Filing Letter of Undertaking (LUT) in form RFD-11 has been made mandatory by the government as per rule 96A of CGST Rule-2017 notified by GST Notification No. 16/2017 dated 07-07-2017. Know all about the form and LUT here in the article.
There are certain tasks that taxpayers need to carry out as FY year end activities and some mandates start from 1st April 2022. And like every year, this year again we have brought you a GST Year-End checklist of all the activities that you need to complete before the financial year ends.
The year started with the e-invoicing mandate going live for Rs. 100 CR+ turnover companies in January 2021 and QRMP introduction and has ended with GSTR 9 self-certification. There have been multiple updates in between. We have collated for you the biggest GST updates and GST law changes that impacted the taxpayers in the year 2021…
Invoice Reference Number or IRN as it is usually called is a registration number provided by the government under the e-invoicing mandate to prove the authenticity of any B2B invoice generated by the businesses. It is one of the main components of an e-invoice. You can read all about IRN in the article and understand its intricacies in detail.
1st October 2021 marks the one-year completion of e-invoicing in India. Presently, the system adoption rate stands at 80% and is likely to increase even further. However, just like constant GST law changes, e-invoicing is also evolving and is undergoing changes. All the taxpayers that fall under the threshold, need to take note of the changes/updates mentioned in this article.
GST Return for September of a year is the last return period during which taxpayers can rectify any missing inputs or errors in the returns already filed during the previous financial year. Read the article to learn more...
PMT-04 is a GST form with which one can file ledger related grievances or complaints. If there’s any discrepancy in electronic liability ledger, electronic cash ledger or electronic credit ledger taxpayers can file FORM GST PMT-04.