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  • GST
    by Vivek on Friday, November 15, 2019  at 11:40 PM

    Dear Sir, Last date to claim ITC for FY 18-19 is 30th Sept i.e. Sept month whose Return will be filed in Oct . Am i right ?? 2) Is there any extension in above date ? 3) If a person files GSTR-3B on 18th Nov for Oct month but his supplier will file GSTR-1 on quarterly basis in Dec 31st. How can we ensure compliance of Rule 36(4) in this case ?? Pls clarify

  • Notification 20/2019
    by ca puja rohatgi on Friday, November 15, 2019  at 04:54 PM

    Resp. Sir, This has ref to Notification 20/2019 central rate point V composite supply of outdoor catering Q1. Is the rate of 5 % without input optional. q2. Is the option/mandatory available from middle of the year that is w.e.f 1.10.19 Q3. The input that has been taken till sep 2019 return, is that required to be reversed q4. if it is optional are we required to inform the department if the change is to brought about. Thanks

  • GSt rate on Banquet halls
    by ca puja rohatgi on Friday, November 15, 2019  at 04:53 PM

    Resp. Sir, Pranam, This has ref to Notification 20/2019 central rate point (V) composite supply of outdoor catering Q1. Is the rate of 5 % without input optional. q2. Is the option/mandatory available from middle of the year that is w.e.f 1.10.19 Q3. The input that has been taken till sep 2019 return, is that required to be reversed q4. if it is optional are we required to inform the department. Thanks

  • Query:Refund under GST
    by Shubham on Friday, November 15, 2019  at 04:46 PM

    Dear Sir, Please clarify Supplier A is procuring material at 18% , however it is selling it at 5%(without making any change) due to some exemption certificate to the recipient of goods. Can refund be claimed under inverted duty structure or not.

  • CONTRACT
    by aayush on Friday, November 15, 2019  at 12:15 PM

    MR A IS ENGAGED IN WORKS CONTRACT PAYING GST 18%. NOW HE WANT TO CONSTRUCT AND SELL FLATS ALONG WITH LAND IN THE SAME FIRM. CAN HE PAY GST @12% ON FLATS SOLD ALONG WITH 18% GST ON WORKS CONTRACT AND CLAIM FULL INPUT ON GOODS AND SERVICES PURCHASED FOR BOTH WORKS CONTRACT AS WELL AS FOR FLATS ? IS THERE ANY ITC TO BE REVERSED OR ANY ITC WHICH HE CANNOT CLAIM ?

  • Reverse Charge on renting of motor vehicle
    by Mrudul on Friday, November 15, 2019  at 11:05 AM

    XYZ Ltd. Is hiring Bus (More than 13-seater capacity) for transporting the employees. The supplier of bus service is not charging GST being not registered with GST and is a proprietor. Is XYZ Ltd. liable to pay GST on it under reverse charge?

  • TURNOVER FOR GST AUDIT IN CASE OF TOUR AND TRAVEL AGENT
    by MANISH MARU on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 08:34 PM

    AGENT BOOKS TICKET AS WELL AS DEALS IN MAKE TO ORDER TRAVEL PLAN AND HOLIDAY BOOKING AND RENTING OF CAB. EARNS SERVICE CHARGE SEPARATELY AND ACTULA BOOKING CHARGES ARE TAKEN FROM CUSTOMER. AGENT ALSO EARNS COMMISSION ON BOOKING. HE COLLECTS GST ON SERVICE CHARGE. WHICH AMOUNT IS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR TURNOVER- ONLY COMMISSION & SERVICE CHARGES RECEOVERED FROM CUSTOMER OR TOTAL BOOKING AMOUNT WITH SERVICE CHARGE AND COMMISSION.

  • Merchant export shall export goods- 90 days
    by Sachin on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 06:48 PM

    Sir, Merchant export shall export goods with 90 days from date of tax invoice. Can this 90 days be extended by any procedure.

  • GST on RCM Govt Services
    by Sachin on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 06:45 PM

    Sir, Whether GST under RCM ( services taken from Govt) should be paid if payment is made to a) PWD b)Irrigation and Water Resource Department c) NHAI d) Road Development Corporations

  • Other income flat society
    by Sreekumar on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 05:27 PM

    Sir One flat society is collecting amounts in addition to the maintenance charges, which is less than Rs 7500 per month, fine for delayed payment, use of gym and swimming pool etc. Please advise whether the amount collected extra as mentioned above for use of those facilities will attract GST even if the maintenance charges per month is less than Rs 7500

  • Difference amount of ITC Reflected in GSTR-2A & auto populated in Table 8A of GSTR-9
    by Baswaraj kalyanker on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 02:55 PM

    Respected Sir, While filing GSTR-9 total ITC as per GSTR-2A for the year 2017-18 as on 01/05/2019 is higher one amount & amount of ITC reflected in table 8A of GSTR-9 is lower one . So what is to be done please confirm.

  • Amount Payable Reflected in GSTR-9
    by Mr.B.T.Kalyanker on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 02:34 PM

    Respected Sir, While filing GSTR-9 Dues payable shown. It is diffrence amount of Input tax credit shown in GSTR-3B & input tax credit reflected in GSTR-2A.Please confirm whether we have to pay said amount by DRC-03 or it may show as it is in Annual Return only.

  • GST liability
    by Yogesh on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 02:43 AM

    disposal of fixed assest by transferring balance into capital account of proprietor purchased in older regime used in business is attract gst liability.

  • Refund
    by ravi on Thursday, November 14, 2019  at 02:18 AM

    Sir, I am a central tax officer I have some confusion in respect of refund in cases of supplies considered as deemed export. In section 54(8) there are conditions under which an applicant will get refund, under which condition the deemed export will come. Sir thank you in advance

  • Restriction of Rule 36(4)
    by N.K Jain on Wednesday, November 13, 2019  at 10:20 PM

    Sir, one of my assessee is paying tax under RCM on GTA services. Transport services are availed from GTA registered under GST as well as unregistered GTA. If registered GTA has not uploaded his GSTR-1, whether the restriction of 20% as per Rule 36(4) will apply even though assessee has paid tax under RCM.

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