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.
From all the changes that indirect taxation has undergone this year, it seems like the GST rules are getting tighter in 2022. We have collated all the important GST changes being applicable from 1st January 2022 that you need to be aware of! Let us look at the changes in major brackets one by one
Vendors being GST compliant plays a significant role in the ITC claim of taxpayers. As the GST law is designed, the taxpayer not only needs to be self-compliant, it is equally important to have a GST compliant network of vendors around. If you deal with multiple vendors, keeping a tab of compliances of all vendors becomes an important activity for optimum ITC claim.
Amendments in the Central Goods and Services Tax Act,2017 / Integrated Goods & Services Tax Act, 2017 /Union Territory Goods & Services Tax Act,2017. Amendments carried out through the Finance Bill, 2020 will come into effect on the date of its enactment.