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Tax Wrongly Paid in Another GSTN No.


SHADAB AKHTAR ANSARI   05 April 2020

SHADAB AKHTAR ANSARI

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Sir, My Jr. Accountant did a Mistake that He wrongly Paid Rs. 68,770/- in another GSTN instead of Mine By Cash!
Now, what is solution for this?

Please Reply!

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RAJA P M ("Do the Right Thing...!!!")     05 April 2020

RAJA P M
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Consider the matter to the Party and claim refund or Amount from Party...

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inderjeet saini   05 April 2020

inderjeet saini

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Option: Use this amount to the liabilities to that GSTIN, and claiming a refund require, fill the form on GST portal and submit the copy the the concerned department. which is long process so it is better to use the amount to liabilities.

option 2: Deposit the required amount of tax in cash ledger and pay the liabilities of your GSTIN

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CA Uma Sankar (Member)     05 April 2020

CA Uma Sankar
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If you don't know the person relating to that gstin, just write a letter to proper officer of your local gst office, just like we do in case of wrong payment of Income tax to another pan instead of ours.

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Pankaj Rawat (GST Practitioner)     06 April 2020

Pankaj Rawat
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Yes in this regard contact to your tax officer in case you don't know the taxpayer in which GSTN the cash wrongly deposited.


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