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New GST Registration
GST would be implemented for all existing central excise and service tax assessees. When an existing assessee logs into their existing ACES login for excise or service tax, CBEC will supply them with a Provisional ID and Password. Only those assessees with a valid income tax PAN coupled with their excise or service tax registration are given provisional IDs.
An assessee may not be given a provisional ID in various instances. This could be due to a variety of factors, including:
The PAN connected with the registration is inactive.
The PAN has been registered with the state tax authority, and the state tax authority has granted a provisional ID (e.g. state VAT department).
In a state, there are many central excise or service tax registrations on the same PAN. For the first registration, just one provisional ID would be issued.
Assessees must use this Provisional ID and Password to access the GST Common Portal, where they must complete and submit Form 20 together with any needed supporting documentation.
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FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions
A return is a document that a taxpayer is expected to file with the tax administration authorities that contains information about their earnings. Tax officials use this to figure out how much money they owe in taxes. A registered dealer is required to file GST returns that include the following information:
- GST Output (On sales)
- Tax credit for inputs (GST paid on purchases) Under this package, our professionals will file your GST returns.
The following are the three types of GST Returns that must be filed monthly and an annual return for registered businesses:
- GSTR-1 comprises monthly data of taxable goods and/or services effected outward supplies. It is expected on the 10th of the next month.
- Monthly details of inward supplies of taxable goods and/or services effected while claiming input tax credit are included in GSTR-2. It is due on the 15th of the next month.
- GSTR-3 is a monthly return based on the completion of details of outbound and inbound supplies, as well as the payment of tax. It is due on the 20th of the next month.
- GSTR-9 must be filed yearly by December 31st of the next fiscal year.
Input credit refers to the ability to deduct the tax you’ve already paid on inputs while paying tax on output. If you have a tax invoice from a licenced dealer, we can assist you claim input tax credit with this package. Read on to find out more.
To charge the tax and pass on the input tax credit, a tax invoice is usually produced. A GST compliant tax invoice is a bill that contains 16 necessary pieces of information, including:
- The supplier’s name, address, and GSTIN
- The invoice number is
- Issuance date
- The recipient’s name, address, and GSTIN (if registered)
- The HSN code
- A brief description of the products/services
- Product quantity
- After discount value
- GST rate and amount
We anticipate you to supply a summary of invoices (buy and sale) encompassing all of this information as part of this plan to assist us in filing your Gst return.
GSTR 3B is a straightforward return that firms must file within the first two months of the GST year (July and August, 2017). The filing of GSTR 1, 2 & 3 for July and August 2017 has been postponed by the government to give businesses more time to transition to GST.
GSTR Forms Filing Schedule:
- The GSTR-3B for July 2017 is due on the 20th of August, and the GSTR-3B for August 2017 is due on the 20th of September.
- The GSTR-1 for July 2017 must be filed between the 1st and 5th of September, and the GSTR-1 for August 2017 must be filed between the 16th and 20th of September.
- The GSTR-2 for July 2017 must be filed between the 6th and 10th of September, and the GSTR-2 for August 2017 must be filed between the 21st and 25th of September.
- The GSTR-3 for July 2017 must be filed between the 11th and 15th of September, and the GSTR-3 for August 2017 must be filed between the 26th and 30th of September.
You must file GST returns if your company is GST registered. If you file GST returns, you may be eligible for an input tax credit.
The government has yet to establish GST filing guidelines for e-commerce businesses. Until then, you’ll have to file GST returns like everyone else. We’ll take care of it as part of this deal.
For each GSTIN, you must file a GST return. So, for one GSTIN, you must file three monthly filings and one yearly return. We shall only file GST returns for one GSTIN under this strategy. For several GSTINs, you will need to purchase extra packages.
Under GST model law, the processing time for a refund application is set at sixty days, but it might be as little as two weeks. Our professionals will assist you in obtaining a refund.
The review of records kept by the taxable person to verify the accuracy of information declared, taxes paid, and assess compliance with GST requirements is known as a GST audited. The taxpayer or the tax authorities can conduct the audit. Every registered taxable person whose annual turnover exceeds the statutory level [the turnover limit under the draught rules is above Rs 1 crore] must have his accounts audited by a CMA experts. Continue on for more information.
Our professionals will assist you with your tax audit. Please keep in mind that our package does not include auditing services. The CA assesses these charges independently.
To combat tax evasion and corruption, the GST has enacted stringent penalties, prosecution, and arrest provisions for violators. These include experts in fraud and tax evasion, among other things. Please read our article for more information.
Invoices for taxable supplies made to registered taxpayers are referred to as B2B invoices.
B2CL invoices are for taxable outward supplies to unregistered taxpayers where the supply is made interstate and the total invoice value exceeds Rs 2,50,000/-.