GST

Option to choose between QRMP scheme and Monthly GSTR 3B

To lower the burden of tax compliance on MSME entities, Government has introduced QRMPs with effect from 01 Jan, 2021. QRMP is the new scheme launched by government, many GST registered entities are still have confusion about which scheme to opt in or opt out, as QRMP is optional scheme which can be opted by GST registered entity with Turnover upto INR 5 crores.  This article explains comparative analysis of… Read More »Option to choose between QRMP scheme and Monthly GSTR 3B

GST Circular – SOP on GST registration Cancellation for Anomalies in GSTR-3B

As per the Notification No 94/2020 – the amendment in Rule 21A of GST Rules, 2017 came to effect, which states that the GST officers can now suspend a GST Registration immediately if they found significant anomalies in GSTR3B Returns. A detailed Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in this regard was issued by CBIC on 11th Feb 2021, vide Circular No: 145/01/2021-GST on 11th Feb 2021. As per the above Circular,… Read More »GST Circular – SOP on GST registration Cancellation for Anomalies in GSTR-3B

Input Tax Credit under GST Law- Is it a Vested Right?

A vested right counted as an absolute right over any asset which cannot be taken over without the consent of its owner. Nature of ITC under GST Law The CGST Act, 2017- Section 16 contains detailed provisions regarding eligibility & conditions for taking input tax credit. Section 16(1) is the elementary provision in the GST Law which confers the eligibility to claim ITC to every registered person. However, the eligibility… Read More »Input Tax Credit under GST Law- Is it a Vested Right?

Standard Procedure of GST Rule, When GST Registration get Suspension

The purpose of this Article is for the advice Standard Process of GST Rule, When GST Registration got Suspension. It cannot be denied that troubles come uninformed. That is exactly what can happen if GSTR-3B shows significant differences with GSTR 1 or GSTR 2A / GSTR 2B. Wondering how bad it can get? Well, as per Rule 21(2A) of CGST Rules 2017, a GST Officer has the authority to suspend… Read More »Standard Procedure of GST Rule, When GST Registration get Suspension

Procedure of TCS in GST Rule & Its Standard Compliance

The Union Budget 2021 has given an easy route to comply the TCS under GST Rule. TCS also known as Tax Collection at Source has similarities with TDS and also have distinctive features. TDS refers to tax deducted when recipient of goods/services makes some payments under a contract etc. TCS refers to tax which is collected by the e-commerce operator when a supplier supplies some goods or services through their… Read More »Procedure of TCS in GST Rule & Its Standard Compliance

Online Unblocking Of E-Way Bill

Few Days before the government has come up with a significant change with regards to the e-way bill generation facility on the web portal of e-way bill. E-way bill generation is blocked for taxpayers who have not filed their returns for the previous 02 consecutive months/quarters. Therefore, if a taxpayer has not filed GSTR-3B for two or more consecutive months, then he/she cannot generate e-way bills to do dispatches and… Read More »Online Unblocking Of E-Way Bill

Transitions in GST Rules Which are Applicable From 01st January 2021

In light of the GST investigation wing recently find few cases of fake invoices and fake firms, which also resulted in the arrest of some individuals CBIC has issued few notifications amending the CGST Act, 2017 and the CGST Rules, 2017 which are applicable with effect from 1st January 2021. With the increase in the number of fraudulent cases, fake invoicing by many concerns, and creation of dummy firms the… Read More »Transitions in GST Rules Which are Applicable From 01st January 2021

Rule 86B of CGST Rules and Its Impact

The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has introduced new rule 86B vide notification number 94/2020 on 22nd December, 2020. Rule 86B is made effective from 01/01/ 2021. This rule basically says that if the taxpayer’s taxable turnover exceeds above INR 50 lacs in a given month, then in that month, the taxpayer is required to pay 1% of output liability of such taxable turnover by cash ledger… Read More »Rule 86B of CGST Rules and Its Impact

Auto Population of E-Invoice Details in GSTR-1/2A/2B/4A/6A

The Goods and Services Tax Network i.e. GSTN has issued the advisory related to Auto-population of E-Invoice details in GSTR-1/2A/2B/4A/6A. Certain notified taxpayers have been issuing invoices after obtaining the IRN a.k.a. Invoice Reference Number from the IRP (Invoice Registration Portal) (commonly termed as ‘e-invoices’). Details from such e-invoices shall be auto-populated in respective tables of GSTR-1. Update on the status of such auto-population was last published on 30th November… Read More »Auto Population of E-Invoice Details in GSTR-1/2A/2B/4A/6A

Who Can Exercise Power Under Section 83 Of CGST Act, 2017

Any case under diverse tax laws, including GST, might take an adequate amount of time. The pendency of any proceedings could likely delay the earning of revenue by the government. Further, the taxpayer may transfer his/her property to another person before the end of the proceedings. What is the meaning of attachment of property? If the government attaches the property of any individual, the person cannot transfer the said property… Read More »Who Can Exercise Power Under Section 83 Of CGST Act, 2017