Goods and Service Tax

No recovery of interest on Gross GST Liability
GST Liabilities
CA. Kapil Mittal

Recovery of Interest u/s 50 on net cash liability under GST

CBIC assured that no recoveries shall be made for the past periods as well, i.e., delayed GST payment made upto 31.08.2020, by any of the Central and State tax administration. Therefore, interest computation for earlier period shall be carried out in accordance with the decision taken in the 39th meeting of GST Council only.

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GST Registration Process with Aadhar
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CA. Sachin Jindal

GST Registration Process with Aadhar Authentication

Government is making all the efforts to sync all the statutory information of a person through one common source. For this purpose, Aadhar number is used as a base. Over the period of time, linking of Aadhaar Number has been made mandatory at various places such as Bank Accounts, Income Tax portal etc. In this direction, a minor but the most major change has been made in the GST registration process vide Notification No. 62/2020- Central Tax dated 20th August 2020 with effect from 21st August, 2020.  Under GST also, a new feature of “Aadhaar Authentication” has been added to

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Cenvat Credit via TRAN 1 can be claimed till 30 June 2020
Input Tax Credit
CA. Kapil Mittal

Cenvat Credit via TRAN 1 filing can be claimed till 30 June 2020

The Hon’ble Delhi High Court under the division bench of Honourable Justice Vipin Sanghi and Honourable Justice Sanjeev Narula has passed a landmark judgement allowing to file transition credit via TRAN-1 till 30th June 2020. It further directed the tax department to widely convey this judgement to file TRAN-1 across the public domain via publishing on their website so that whosoever could not claim the benefits can claim now.

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Reverse Charge under gst
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CA. Sachin Jindal

A Close Insight into Reverse Charge Under GST (RCM)

Under Goods and Service Tax (“GST”), generally, a supplier of goods and services is liable to pay GST for the supplies, i.e., at the time of supply of goods or service supplier charges GST over sales consideration and collect the same from recipient and by due date deposit such GST amount to the account of government  On the contrary, in the case of Reverse Charge Mechanism (“RCM”) under GST, the recipient himself is liable to pay the tax for goods and services received by him instead of the supplier. Therefore, the recipient is liable for all compliance under GST. Here

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