In this judgement Hon’ble Court expressed its surprise that why this instructions could not be obtained at earlier levels and the callous attitude of the Department has resulted in the assessee being harassed by approaching one forum after the other and wasting his considerable financial resources as well as time.
Hon’ble High Court mentioned that the Central Authority initiated the proceedings for the period of July, 2017 to June, 2018 and State authority covered the period of March, 2018. Since, period of was overlapping, Hon'ble high court of Orissa quashed the SCN and Order issued by State GST Authority.
As per the section 109 of the Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 (“CSGT Act, 2017”), if a person is not satisfied with the decision of Appellate Authority then he can file an appeal to Appellate Tribunal.
From 1st April 2021, 4 digit HSN code are mandatory to disclose on tax invoices for business having turnover upto 5 crore and 8 Digit HSN Code are mandatory to disclose on tax invoices for business having turnover more than 5 crore
e-invoicing is a process of uploading details of an already generated invoice on the GST portal and generating an Invoice Reference Number (“IRN”) for such invoice. Idea behind e-invoicing is one time registration of invoices on GST portal so that it can be used for multiple purposes.
the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (“CBIC”) has issued the instruction/Guidelines vide Instructions No. 01/2020-21 [GST-Investigation] dated 02.02.2021 wherein it is specified that instructions given under Central Excise Intelligence and Investigation Manual (2004) holds goods even under GST.
1. Issue with respect to transmission of data to IEC Gateway in case of IGST refund from customs Under Goods and Service Tax, information related to exports are furnished at following two places: Summary information is given in Table 3.1(b) of GSTR-3B where details are given of Value of Export and Amount of IGST paid […]