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Ramesh M (Business)     05 August 2021

Seller refusing to Give proper B2B GST invoice

If a seller gives a gst bill with my GST number from a different state, it would imply B2B inter-state sales involving IGST - is this right ?
But if he puts my GST number from a different state, with his same town and state in address, thereby providing for CGST & SGST - then is this correct ?
Further, won't his such act deny me to claim the GST benefits ?



 8 Replies

RENU SHARMA

RENU SHARMA   05 August 2021

Yes you can claim such itc
Sourav

Sourav (Student)     05 August 2021

Yes you're right
Nidhi

Nidhi (Chief Accountant)     05 August 2021

You are right, n u can take benifit of ITC credit
Ramesh M

Ramesh M (Business)     06 August 2021

I only pay IGST.
And I believe that CGST & SGST are not applicable for inter-state transactions.
As such, my cleartax software is not even allowing me to make a purchase bill against such a purchase invoice, nor allowing IGST ITC.
Please advise.

Dipesh

Dipesh (Executive)     06 August 2021

Its an ineligible credit. you can not avail as ITC in the head off CGST & SGST.
99rajendra

99rajendra   08 August 2021

Here the question will be Place of supply and consumption.
There may be possible that Goods are services has been consumed in the state of Seller then he has to report the taxes under CGST and SGST. Then ITC is not eligible.
if consumption is in your state, request vendor to rectify and you are eligible to avail ITC.
Bhavika Kothari

Bhavika Kothari (CA)     16 August 2021

Yes you are right. If he is supplying from any other state then IGST will be implied. If he is supplying from the same state as that of yours then CGST-SGST will be implied. Also you can take such ITC (Input tax credit)
Know more about IGST ,SGST and CGST

Ramesh M

Ramesh M (Business)     18 August 2021

Seller amended the invoice to charge IGST. So I suppose now I can get the ITC. Thanks friends.


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