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Pankaj Rawat (GST Practitioner) 29 October 2019
from Oct onwards you know very well that the ITC reflected in 2A +20% will be available to taxpayer
And before that the credit is available if you are having Original Tax Invoice & goods receipt proof.
Yes only in condition of Supplier declare defaulter or does fraudulent, its Recepient who is liable to Deposit the same with Interest of 24%
Hardik Hindocha 30 October 2019
I kept on availing ITC even though the same didn't reflect in 2A ever, and amid 20-20 game I was lot more concerned about the huge ITC that I've already availed.. out of frustration when I came to know and checked GSTIN Status of supplier. Two of them haven't filed any returns since April 2019 and one of them is issuing me Invoices and collecting GST but his GSTIN status is showing "cancelled"... so whole GST amount is going to his own pocket..
I was just wondering how unfair it would be on recipient's part if he is denied the credit because of supplier's fault, and now from November onwards it would be so troublesome to comply with ITC provisions when supplier is non-compliant / fraudulent...
Pankaj Rawat (GST Practitioner) 30 October 2019
Yes you are Right it's unfair with RECEPIENT. But as per Section 155 of CGST Act it's Recepient who is liable to Deposit if supplier fails.
I totally agree with you that supplier who is collecting GST & not depositing same to Govt. account is not responsible & poor Recepient who has already paid the GST to supplier is the culprit.
In short the govt say that do not deal with such supplier , but I strongly affirmed that it's totally un-fair on Recepient side.
So nothing can be done we have to follow the prescribed provision of Act .
Note : Can file Appeal but Iam not sure that it's going to help taxpayer
subhagan sreerangam 03 November 2019
From October 2019 you know very well that the ITC reflected in GSTR2A+29© will be available to Taxpayer.But up 30-09-2019 that the ITC is available if you are having Original Tax Invoices and goods receipts for producing as proof.