Taxpayers, traders and transporters were facing a lot of issues while generating e-way bills for movement of those goods where their principle supply is classifiable as a service since there is no provision for generating e-way bills by entering SAC (Service Accounting Code-Chapter 99) alone on the E-way Bill Portal. Thus this advisory was released to offer a solution for the same.
The annual return is divided into 6 parts, Part I covers basic details while Part II is for outward supplies. Part III is important section covering ITC related reports in Table 6, Table 7 and Table 8.
GSTR 9 Annual Return preparation is round the corner. With due date extended twice from 31st December 2018 to 30th June 2019 and from 30th June 2019 to 31st August 2019, it is expected that this time there won’t be any extensions.
CBIC vide Circular No. 105/24/2019-GST dated June 28, 2019, has clarified that the treatment of tax in cases of secondary discounts or post-sales discount under GST regimes for the purpose of determination of the value of supply.
The first section relates to the comparison of credit availed on forward charge by the taxpayer with the credit available as per inward supply uploaded by the suppliers in GSTR 1, duly reflected in GSTR 2A.