Recently, the CBIC had notified the Annual Return (GSTR9) and Reconciliation Statement (GSTR9C) for the Financial Year 2020-21. On 01-08-2021, both online filing and offline utility has been enabled on GSTN portal. Thus, it is the need of the hour to dissect and understand the forms (GSTR9 and GSTR9C) for the FY2020-21 to ensure hassle-free compliance and understand the implication of Self-Certification.
Impact of self-certification of GSTR 9C instead of GST Audit for the FY 2020-21
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What is covered?
- Table wise changes in the forms (GSTR9 and GSTR9C) notified for the financial year 2020-21
- Consequence of replacing certification by Chartered Accountant or Cost Accountant in reconciliation statement (GSTR9C) with self-certification by the taxpayer
- Impact of the above changes while filing GSTR9 and GSTR9C by the taxpayer
- Precautions to be undertaken by the taxpayer while filing GSTR9 and GSTR9C to address the changes made and to be compliant with GST laws
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About the Host
Akshay Arvind, Partner - D Arvind & Associates LLP & Director, DAA Consulting
He is a Chartered Accountant and a Company Secretary with more than 10 years of experience. He handles the Mumbai and Bangalore geography of the firm. He advises various Fortune 500 companies and Indian Multinationals on Indirect Tax matters. He has done more than 50 Tax Optimization Studies (TOS) where he has added value to the client through his out of the box thinking and structuring of business transactions. He has also appeared before various adjudicating & appellate Authorities and the Tribunal. He has also been a speaker on various forums, conferences conducted by the Industry / Trade bodies.
Adithya Srinivasan, Partner - D Arvind & Associates LLP
He handles the Mumbai practice of the firm along with Akshay and is also the in-charge of the Pune & Nasik branches. He has supported many Indian as well as Global MNCs on their tax structuring, set-up, process improvement, compliance and international trade compliances. He has worked extensively on assignments involving the implementation of the Foreign Trade Policy including set-up of SEZs, EOUs, STPIs and also has deeply worked with the industry in improving their International Trade Compliance aiming at building cost efficient yet compliant supply chain for both goods and services.
Ashwini Gorhe, Functional Analyst GST
A Chartered Accountant by profession, Ashwini works as Functional Analyst and Subject Matter Expert for IRIS GST offerings. She assists product development by analysing GST Rules and translating them to workable models leading to robust product development. As the subject matter expert, Ashwini also assists clients on GST related queries, conducts product demos and run webinars on new updates on GST.