Maximize ITC Claim: Here are 4 things you need to do!

The ultimate objective of every taxpayer is to maximize ITC claim while following all the conditions and rules of GST law. The success of this goal depends on the internal practices and tools used and some external factors such as vendor compliance. Here, we discuss, 4 important aspects to maximize ITC claim.

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Tax Collected at Source (TCS) by an e-Commerce Operator- All You Need to Know

Application for Registration for TCS collector is to be filed in REG-07. Registration certificate to be issued in REG-06.

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Your 3-step Guide to a Hassle-free Reconciliation under GST

Every month’s GST filing, you need to reconcile your purchase data with all your suppliers’ sales data that they have uploaded on GSTN.

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GST Reconciliation for IDT Teams: Types, How to, Importance, ITC Computation, Common Issues

The term ‘reconciliation’ means to compare two sets of data entries to identify any mismatches or variances. The data sets are of the same origin but come from different sources. It is a practice for correcting errors in the process.

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How to Win Your GST Reconciliation & Influence ITC

The ability to claim ITC on your purchases, has made the reconciliation of your purchase data with your suppliers’ data extremely crucial.

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8 Questions to Ask before Finalizing Your GST Filing Software

GST filing software assists taxpayers at various stages like data import from existing ERPs, transforming ERP data into GSTN-format, preparation of various returns, fetching GSTN data, GST filing, etc. hence it is crucial for you to choose your GST software smartly.

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[Case Study] GST Reconciliation in Manufacturing Industry

The introduction of GST, has provided a great boost to the manufacturing sector by eliminating the cascading taxes. This has resulted in reducing cost of production.

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FEBRUARY 2019, Newsletter #10

How to Win Your GST Recon & Influence ITC | IRIS Sapphire | E-Sign your way to hassle-free filing | A 3-step Guide to Hassle-free GST Reconciliation

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