5 Ways to Handle Litigation under GST

The government authorities have been on regulating the business laws strictly and are keeping a watch for tax fraud and mismatch cases etc. The best practice to avoid GST litigation is following the rules but mishaps happen all the time. So, here, we discuss, how to handle litigation in 5 easy steps.

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MIS Reports for GST Return Filing Analysis

The GST MIS report is a smart feature that enables top management or decision-makers to quickly assess the compliance level. MIS reports will offer a thorough analysis of mismatches, total GST turnover, maximum ITC utilisation, and other decision-making criteria.

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GSTR 1 & GSTR 3B Reconciliation: Use MIS Reports to Resolve Mismatches

There are several reasons for facing mismatches in the two including but not limited to furnishing supplies under the wrong head in GSTR 3B or the time difference between filing GSTR 1 and GSTR 3B. This Recon is important as it reduces the chances of omission and duplication of invoices among a lot of other advantages mentioned in the article.

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What is Pre-GST Litigation?

Pre-GST litigation comes under the indirect tax litigation category. Litigation and cases that are continuing from the pre-GST regime prior to July 2017 are all grouped under Pre-GST litigation. Cases related to Excise, Sales tax, VAT etc. are covered under this litigation system.

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What are the grounds of appeal in GST?

If an appellant feels aggrieved by any findings, observations or conclusions made by the authority granting the order, they can consider initiating an appeal. It is the most important part of the appeal. Grounds of appeal in GST represent those issues which show the nature of the dispute between the assessed and the revenue. Read the article to know more!

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What is GST Departmental Audit? And How to be Prepared for it?

GST Audit is the process of examining a taxable person’s records, returns, and other documentation. There are 3 types of audits as mandated by the GST law, they are – Statutory GST Departmental Audit, and Special Audit. In this article, we have covered the GST departmental audit and how you can handle it better.

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What is GST Litigation?

The term ‘litigation’ is officially defined as the process of taking legal action in a court of law. Majorly, there are two main types of tax litigation – Direct Tax and Indirect Tax. GST Litigation falls under the indirect tax litigation in India. Read the article to understand GST litigation in detail.

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