Reasons for the Movement of Goods under the GST

GST is a tax-based destination, i.e. goods/services would be taxed at the place where they are purchased and not at the point of origin. So, the state in which they are consumed would have the right to receive the GST.

This, in effect, makes the idea of the place of supply essential to GST, as all the regulations of GST revolve around this one.

The place of supply of goods under the GST determines if the transaction will be counted as intra-state or interstate, and the levy on SGST, CGST & IGST will be calculated and the results.

GST: Place of Supply In case There is a Movement of Goods

Reasons for the Movement of Goods under the GST 

Supply  In case of outward supply of goods, the supply liable to GST as per Schedule I or inward supply of goods liable to tax under reverse charge by a taxable person.

Export or Import  In case of export of goods from or import of goods into the territory of India

Job Work  When the principal and the job worker are registered persons the EWB will be generated by the principal when he occasions the movement of goods for job work and by the job worker when he occasions the movement after job work, and by the recipient, if the job worker is not a registered person.

SKD or CKD – The goods may be supplied on semi-knocked down (SKD) condition or the goods may be supplied in batches to be assembled at the place of the recipient in case of completely knocked down (CKD) conditions, the e-way bill is to be generated, based on the value of the product being transported

Line Sales When the goods are taken in the delivery van in a particular route to effect sale to all the retailers, the movement of goods is to be covered by an e-way bill. When the goods are moved under ‘Recipient not known’, they may not know the details of sales. However, the total value of the consignment e-way bill has to be generated.

Sales Return  When the recipient rejects and sends back the goods they have to generate an e-way bill or the supplier will have to generate an e-way bill on the capacity of the recipient of such goods

Exhibition or Fairs – When the registered person is going to participate in an exhibition or fair, and the goods are moved from the godown of such person, then the e-way bill is to be generated

For own use – When goods are purchased for personal use, the supplier will generate EWB

Others – For any item other than the above, such as the movement of goods for provision of supply of service or for any other purpose which involves movement of goods, EWB should be generated  

GST: No Movement of Goods

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KEY TAKEAWAYS OF GSTR 4 ANNUAL COMPOSITION SCHEME DEALERS 

KEY TAKEAWAYS OF GSTR 4 ANNUAL COMPOSITION SCHEME DEALERS 

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  1. What exactly is Form GSTR 4 Annual Return:-Annual GSTR 4 Annual Return for each Financial Year will be submitted by all Composition Taxpayers (w.e.f 01 April 2019). For those taxpayers who have opted for GST Composition Scheme in the new indirect tax regime, the GSTR-4 form is an annual return. Under the GST composition scheme, taxpayers will be required to file one return for each fiscal year only. The taxpayers will also be required to file CMP-08 for the payment in each qtr of the year. The expected date for each CMP-08 filing is the 18th of every succeeding quarter
  2. Who is supposed to file Form GSTR-4 Annual Return: All Composition Dealers who have preferred composition scheme for some time, must file GSTR 4 on a yearly basis from 01.04.2019 on. Both registration composite taxpayers are required to file a tax return. A taxpayer who opts for a Composition Scheme is required to file GSTR-4, except for –Non-resident taxable citizen
    Taxpayers who are eligible to collect TCS
    Distributors of Input Operation
    Taxpayers liable to deduct TDS
    Composing taxable citizen
    OIDAR Suppliers (Online Information and Database Access or Retrieval)
  3. May Nil GSTR 4 Annual report filed: you can register the report of Zero for the financial year if you have:
  • NOT made any outward supply
  • NOT received any goods/services
  • Have NO other liability to report
  • Have filed all Form CMP-08 as Nil
  1. Due date of filing GSTR 4 & GST CMP-08 Payment Form: It must be filed by 31/10/2020 for FY 2019-20 and the due date for GST CMP 08 Due Date for FY 2020-21
Quarterly Period  Timeline Dates
1st Quarter – April to June 2020 18th July 2020
2nd Quarter – July to September 2020 18th October 2020
3rd Quarter – October to December 2020 18th January 2021
4th Quarter – January to March 2021 18th April 2021

 

  • Required to file Form GSTR-4 Annual return: Click on Services-Return-Annual Return-Select FY 2019-20-Search-GSTR 4- File Return to login into your dashboard.
  • Process step to be taken care during the filling of GSTR 4:
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  • The File key is only activated if:
  • No additional cash is required for liabilities
  • You tapped on the checkbox for the declaration
  • You picked the approved signatory information from the drop-down list
  • The surplus balance paid by GST CMP-08, which is included in the derogatory declaration of responsibility, will also be added to liabilities if any.
  • If the available balance in the electronic cash ledger is less than the amount needed to cover the liabilities, you can directly generate the voucher by clicking on the Build CHALLAN button.
  • Taxes and late payments are drawn up automatically in Table-8, but interest is the feedback of the customer. Liabilities can only be discharged by an automated cash ledger.
  • The inward supply data (from Table 4B, 4C, and 4D for each tax rate) will be auto-drawn in Table-6 only after the Taxpayer has pressed the ‘Continue to register’ button. The balance before that is shown as ‘0’ (zero)
  • After entering outward supply information in Table-6 and pressing the “Proceed to register” button, RCM-based liability is auto-populated from the details provided in Table 4B, 4C, and 4D. Table-6 indicates then the gross tax obligation
  • The taxpayer has to enter the descriptions of the outward supplies in Table-6 (Row 12-16) of GSTR-4 manually.
  • Overview of self-assessed liability is auto-populated on the basis of filed Form CMP-08 in Table-5 of the GSTR-4 Annual Return & is uneditable.
  • The GST amount in Table-4 of GSTR-4 is basically auto calculation made on the input of the values fed in Taxable Value and tax rate fields. However, the GST amount is editable in the table. The CESS shall be paid by the taxpayer.
  • The cumulative revenue is expected to be entered over the last year and if there is no sale or revenue in the last year of the company or if it is not registered, it could be zero.
  • The annual GSTR 4 return submission will be triggered after the taxpayer has completed the filing of all quarters of the CMP-08 for that fiscal year.

Note: Point to be considered while using offline Tool

  1. A few Important points to consider before filing GSTR 4:
  • Form GSTR 4 can be filed only if, all applicable quarterly statements in Form CMP 08 of that financial year, have been filed.
  • Form GSTR-4 Annual Return, once filed, can’t be revised
  • After successfully filing, ARN will be generated and intimated through email and SMS
  • Currently, only the online filing has been enabled on the portal. Shortly, an offline tool to file Form GSTR-4 Annual Return will also be made available.
  1. New updates in Form GSTR 4Current features of GSTR 4 Return Form
  • The GSTR 4 annual return due date has been extended again until 31 October 2020 for the year 2019-20 Read more
  • Let us understand how to create use offline techniques to plan Form GSTR 4 Annual Composition Taxpayer Return. The GST platform has created an offline excel tool for all tax-paying citizens to help them obtain their GSTR 4 annual return form
  • GSTR 4 Returns shall be filed on an annual basis for compounding taxable individuals. The last date of filing of the GSTR-4 (CMP-08) payment form is the 18th of the month following the section. GSTR 4 (CMP-08) returns may be filed on 18 April, 18 July, 18 October, and 18 January, and so on.
  • GSTR – 4 The form is submitted by all taxpayers enrolled under the composition scheme.
  • Business enterprises listed under the composition system would be expected to pay tax at fixed rates on a regular basis without the use of an input tax credit facility.
  • The taxpayer would be allowed to show the overall amount of products purchased over a given time and the tax collected at the composition rate
  1. Annual Return Form GST-4 Available on the GST Server.

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Currently, the GSTN has agreed to encourage residents, assessors, and companies to file GSTR 4 on an annual basis. This has been achieved because of the community’s demand. The form is also available on the site, which further eased the assessment and the taxpayers in identifying and submitting the form as per their approval.

11. Recent Council GST Meeting with regard to for Composition Traders

  • GSTR 4 return is required to be submitted on a quarterly basis instead of on a quarterly basis with the tax paid on a quarterly basis.
  • The GST Council expanded the annual turnover cap to 1.50 Crores, effective from 1 April 2019.
  • GST threshold of 6% relevant to the Composition Scheme for service providers and sales of up to 50 lakh per year
  • Note: The aforementioned changes shall be taken following the official notification of the govt.

12. Does the GSTR 4 be revised?

After filing on the GSTN Site, GSTR-4 can not be updated.

13. Is there a penalty for the late filing of GSTR 4?

A delayed fee of Rs. 200 per day shall be charged if the GSTR-4 is not filed within the due date. The cumulative late fee can not, nevertheless, exceed Rs. 5,000.

14. The basic term normally used in GSTR 4

SAC – Services Accounting Code

B2C – From registered person to unregistered person

UQC – Unit Quantity Code

POS – Place of Supply of Goods and Services

GSTIN – Goods and Services Taxpayer Identification Number

UIN – Unique Identification Number

HSN – Harmonised System of Nomenclature

B2B – From one registered person to another registered person

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Key updates on GST- Compliance Before 31st August 2020

Key updates on GST- Compliance Before 31st August 2020

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Background

Adhering to tax-related compliance introduced by the Indian government is obligatory for taxpayers in India. Failure to comply with the due dates for filing GST returns as well as the GST rules which result in the government imposing severe penalties on taxpayers in India. The tax compliances have experienced a complete improvement in the last 6 months. Given the prevailing Coron-19 pandemics, the entire compliance schedule has been changed.

It is not only about income tax but also about GST. We’ve been reviewing income tax compliances over the past week and now we’re going to cover compliances that need to be completed by August 31 to escape fines and late fees. Tax compliance was difficult, especially during the COVID period, when human health and safety were of primary importance. All the GST compliance requirements, the deadlines for which are August 31, 2020, are given below.

GST Milestones expiring 31 August 2020

Many deadlines for GST implementation expired on August 31, 2020. To prevent late payments and fines, it is important to recall those due dates and to file the returns. Let’s see which time-limit expires on August 31, 2020.

After taking into account the notifications the final deadlines will be as follows: 
 2 Yr  from the prescribed date falls between Final due date to submit a refund application
1st January 2020 to 19th March 2020 The respective day between 1st January 2020 to 19th March 2020
20th March 2020 to 31st March 2020 31st August 2020

Due to COVID 19 Situation and after Hon’ble FM Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman Ji “Corona is an act of God” and business loss now is the time to avoid late Fee, Interest, and Penalties.

Deadlines are as under:

·Refund Application FY 2017-18: Online thru Form GST RFD-01

·GSTR-4 (FY 2019-20): Filed by Composition Taxable Person (Notification No. 59/2020).

·GSTR-5: Filed by Non- Resident taxable person.

·ITC 04: ITC-04 is related to job worker and submitted by the principal every quarter. The last date of ITC 04 of the 4th quarter of 2019-20 and the first quarter of 2020-21 is 31st August 2020. (Notification No. 55/2020 dated 27.06.2020).

·As per Notification No. 55/2020 dated 27.06.2020, the due date for the month of March 2020 to July 2020 is extended to 31st August 2020 (Point No. 5 to 9).

·GSTR-5A: Filed by OIDAR service providers.

·GSTR-6: Filed by Input Service Distributors (ISD).

·GSTR-7: Filed by TDS deductor.

·GSTR-8: Filed by E-commerce Operator.

·Letter of Undertaking (LUT) FY 2020-21: Notification No. 55/2020 Letter of Undertaking (LUT) is a document that exporters can file to export goods or services without having to pay taxes. Any registered individual will be able to supply LUT in GST RFD 11 type and export products without paying the integrated fee.

·Other related GST compliances (except few provisions covered in the exclusion clause of N.N 55/2020-CT dated 27.06.2020) which falls during the period 20.03.2020 to 30.08.2020 and which has not been made.

E-Invoicing: E-Invoicing is soon for becoming necessary, We built a knowledge pool for fast integration. Details are an attached post : 

Details about the E- Invoices 

Applicability of E-invoice Framework for GST

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Moving to the September GST compliance timeline, here is a detailed description of our September compliance calendar:

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GST Returns Application late fee

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The late fee according to the GST Act is Rs. 100 a day per statute. So it’s under CGST 100 and under SGST 100. Max is Rs. 200 / day. The maximum amount is Rs 5,000/-. No late fees are paid on IGST.

Submission of return is mandatory under GST. And if there is no trade, you will have to file a refund from Zero. You can not file a return until you register the return of the previous month/quarter. Late filing of GST return would also have a cascading impact and will lead to heavy fines and penalties. The GSTR-1’s late filing fee is deposited in GSTR-3B ‘s liability ledger directly after such a delay.

Interest / Late Fee to be paid

The interest per annual is 18 percent. It must be based on the amount of outstanding tax owed by the taxpayer. It is to be calculated at the time of payment on the Net tax liability identified in the ledger. The time span is from the next day after filing due date to the final payment date.

Prosecution in GST 

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So here is the expectation that the compliances will be completed before all these extended due dates.

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Details of E-Invoice under GST

What is an E-invoice Process is initiated by the GST Network?

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E-invoice is not a bill that you can download or create from the Official website of the GST department, but it is a system of digitally validating all B2B invoices via the GST Network (GSTN). Creating e-invoices directly from the portal isn’t feasible.

E-invoicing or authentication is needed to ensure that the invoices created by your accounting system are valid for processes such as the creation of e-way bills and filing of GST returns. The procedure requires the submission to the GST Portal of company bills created by various accounting system to verify them in a common way.

So the invoices generated by various GST return filing software may have various forms, the software can not all be directly generated to the GST system. The government has therefore decided to adopt a standard format (Schema), requiring all accounting software to follow a common format that can be uploaded for verification and confirmation to the GST portal.

To sum up, E-invoice is a standardized process or schema for the exchange of data between different manufacturers’ GST billing applications.

Note: “The roll-out of e-invoicing will be relevant to corporations with a turnover of more than 500 crs from 1 October onwards.”

The benefit of the GST E-Invoicing System?

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The basic goal behind the tax departments’ adoption for the e-invoice program is the ability to pre-populate the returns and reduce the challenges of reconciliation. That is done through the IRP design process, which shares the invoice data with the GST system and also with the e-way bill system. Thus, one-time invoice uploading would ensure that most of the information needed in returns are auto-populated, and also in the e-way bill.

A few of the key benefits of e-invoicing are as follows:

  • The processing and validation of B2B invoices from the common portal would ensure the automated preparation of GST ANX-1 and ANX-2 in the new format. IT also makes GSTR 1 auto ready for B2B supplies.
  • E-invoicing may be further used for providing only vehicle information for generating e-way bills.
  • Invoices submitted for verification by vendors shall be exchanged directly with purchasers for reconciliation.
  • The output tax directly matches the input credit liability. For Debit / Credit Notes, Invoices, and other qualifying documents, e-invoice can be generated.
  • Debit / Credit Notes, Invoices, and other qualifying documents can be generated by e-invoice.

Introduction of e-Invoicing

While invoices generated by each system look more or less the same, it can not be understood by the computer system while the business users can fully understand it. For example, an accounting software-generated invoice “A” can not be viewed by a system that provides accounting software “B.”

Now there are hundreds of accounting/billing software generating invoices and they all use their own formats to store the data. Just because of that, the GST program is unable to read and understand these invoices whereas the invoice data remains the same.

To shorten the long story, the same information is being presented in different invoice formats today and there is no way a system can understand that.

Therefore, there is a need to standardize the format where an invoice’s electronic data is exchanged with others to ensure data connectivity.

How do we implement e-invoicing?

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Initially expected to introduce the e-invoice under GST on April 1st, 2020. However, the new date for launching e-invoicing is 1 October 2020, as per the 39th GST Council meeting held on 14 March 2020.

To ensure that companies have enough time to adapt to the new electronic invoicing system, the GST Council has approved the implementation of e-invoicing. To begin with, that will be implemented on a voluntary basis.

  • It can be introduced on a voluntary (trial) basis starting 1 January 2020 * for taxpayers with a turnover of more than 500 crores.
  • Those with a turnover of more than 100 crores may adopt it from February 1, 2020 (on a voluntary trial basis).
  • The updated date for compulsory implementation of e-invoicing is 1 October 2020

*The latest e-invoicing date is revised as per the 39th meeting of the GST Council.

To whom e-invoice is applicable?

Electronic Invoicing shall apply to all businesses whose aggregate turnover exceeds “One Hundred Crore Rupees” in a financial year

Who will upload the e-invoice?

Under the e-invoice rule, the seller will electronically upload the invoice to the IRP system and collects the IRN (Invoice Reference Number) in the form of a physical copy of the invoice given to the recipient.

The IRP program is also configured to send the digitally signed e-invoice with QR code via e-mail to both the manufacturer and the recipient.

Documents required to send to the GST system?

The definition of e-invoice is protected according to the following articles. This means the creator of this document has to upload it to the IRP system.

    • Supplier invoice
    • Supplier credit note
    • Supplier debit note
    • Any other document which is required by law to be published by the document creator.

How E-Invoice vary from current invoicing practice?

E-invoice is a system in which a unique invoice reference number (IRN) must be electronically uploaded and verified to the invoice. It will have no effect on the existing physical (printed) or electronic (ex.pdf version) invoice issuing process.

The users will continue to see the physical or electronic (PDF / Excel) output of the invoices in the same way that occurred before the e-Invoice format was implemented into the program.

Procedure for generating GST e-invoice

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It is the duty of the taxpayer or companies to produce the invoice / s, and then send them for approval to the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP). The portal will return the invoice to the manufacturer, along with a unique reference number, digital signature, and a QR code, after successful verification. The e-invoice will also be exchanged with the corresponding buyer on the provided e-mail ID

Stage 1: Formation of an Invoice

The seller/supplier will use his / her accounting or billing software to create an invoice in the prescribed format (e-invoice schema). It must have the required details.

For each B2B invoice, the supplier’s accounting program must produce a JSON. The JSON file is imported into the IRP.

Stage 2: Generation of an IRN

The next step will be to use a standard hash-generation algorithm to create a unique invoice reference number (IRN) by the vendor.

Stage 3: Uploading the Invoice

Now the seller will upload JSON to the Invoice Registration                      Portal, either directly or via third-party software, for each of the invoices, along with IRN.

Stage 4: Sign and Authenticate

If it’s not already uploaded by the supplier, IRP will validate the hash / IRN attached to JSON, or generate an IRN.

Then, it verifies the file against GST’s central registry.

Upon successful verification, JSON will have its signature attached to the invoice and a QR code.

The earlier created hack will become the new E-invoice IRN. The e-invoice will be the unique identifier for the whole financial year.

Stage 5: Data-sharing

The data uploaded will be shared with both the E-way bill and the GST program.

Stage 6: Download via e-invoice

The portal will forward the digitally signed JSON back to the seller along with IRN and QR code. The invoice is also sent to the customer on their registered email I d.

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Basic Details of Invoice Registration Portal(IRP) on GST

Introduction of IRP on GST e-invoicing

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E-Invoicing or ‘electronic invoicing’ is all set to be compulsory from 1 October 2020 for B2B and B2G transactions for large and medium-sized taxpayers, but voluntary implementation commenced on 1 January 2020. National Information Centre, along with other modes, provided e-Invoice registration facilities in the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) via API mode. These APIs allow taxpayers & GSPs to combine their business systems & procedures with the mechanism of e-Invoice for easy and security flaw-free registration and invoice generation on their systems.

The Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) also makes it easier for developers or taxpayers to understand the e-Invoicing system integration with their business processes and allows login to access the APIs. IRP supports API documentation by supplying all the information such as URLs, / calling methods, JSON payload format, sample request payloads & sample responses, verifications being introduced, and similar details that the application developer requires to implement the systems.

IRN platform also supports developers in simulating end-to – end-use of APIs. This includes understanding the generation of request payloads, the encryption, and decryption of requests & replies, and the accuracy of the encryption evaluation.

What is Invoice Registration Portal (IRP)?

The Invoice Registration Portals are organizations that serve as registrars and run of invoice/credit note/debit note via a website for assigning Invoice Reference Numbers (IRNs). For either create or verify the Invoice Reference Number (IRN) of the submitted invoice, the invoice information can be submitted to the Invoice Registration Portal using a specified mode. Only such invoices with an approved IRN shall be considered valid according to law.

There is actually just one IRP-NIC. Multiple registrars (IRPs) will also be added in the future.

Functions of IRP?

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The functions of the IRP are as follows:

  1. Hash / IRN generation for invoices:

Where the invoices have been uploaded without hash, the                          Invoice Registration Portal generates the hash / IRN based on the IRN parameters for that invoice in the prescribed format.

  1. Hash / IRN validation for invoices:

Where the taxpayer produces hash on their systems, the hash is added to the invoice, and the IRN checks whether the specified requirements are met.

  1. Test on de-duplication:

IRP performs a hash / IRN test of an invoice for any duplicate or repeat by comparing the same with data stored in the Central Depository.

  1. Digital Validated Invoice Signage:

The Invoice Registration Portal digitally signs all of the approved invoices using the IRP’s private key. This signed digitally, is then made available to the manufacturer.

  1. Generation of QR codes with respect to invoices validated:

In addition to the digital signature, the Invoice Registration Portal also produces a QR code in respect of each invoice.   The resulting QR code can be used for checking/printing the invoice, and for easy view/access on handheld devices.  This feature is especially useful for tax officers and other stakeholders when they have no / limited Internet access to verify such information. The following parameters are available via QR code:

  1. Supplier GSTIN
  2. Recipient GSTIN
  3. Invoice number as the supplier has indicated
  4. Date of Invoice Generation
  5. Price invoiced (taxable and gross tax)
  6. Number of objects in a line
  7. HSN Principal element code (the line item with the highest taxable value)
  8. Special Reference Invoice Number (hash)

6. E-mail the invoice to:

The approved invoice is sent to the buyer’s and seller’s email address as indicated in the invoice.

  1. Offline Application:

The IRP will provide an offline app for authenticating offline invoice QR code and viewing its basic details. The complete invoice details would only be available after logging into the portal.

  1. Integration of the program with GST and E-Way Bill:

The information of the submitted invoice will be exchanged automatically with the GST system allowing for automatic updating of ANX-1 (of the seller) and ANX-2 (of the buyer). Furthermore, the information will also be exchanged automatically with the E-Way Bill framework wherever possible to make the E-Way Bill development process even simpler. Only then would the E-Way Bill system require vehicle numbers to complete the creation process of an E-Way Bill.

Generation of Direct Invoices at IRP

E-invoicing ensures that a prescribed format is followed for invoice details to be recorded electronically. GST taxpayers must follow a prescribed format that allows the system to read out the output generated by another system (readability of inter-systems). Therefore, if the invoice details are recorded in compliance with the prescribed format, this would result in a major improvement in the process of filing returns by software.

Therefore, it can be presumed that the purpose of the Invoice Registration Portal is not to create online e-invoices, but only to record day-to-day information of the invoices generated by the entity. For downloading invoice details into the IRP, The invoice will be available as a JSON file for uploading information of the invoices into the IRP.

The GSTN has provided eight unrestricted accounting/bookkeeping software to help generate an invoice as a JSON file. Accounting/bookkeeping apps other than the following eight would possibly have the same features. In addition, an Offline Tool will also be available for entering paper invoice details and generating the JSON file of the same.

Modes of Login to IRP

Multiple modes for recording an invoice on the IRP have been proposed:

On the Web:

The invoice information can be entered into the IRP database for registration/validation purposes of the same.

Based on API:

This mode would enable large taxpayers and accounting software providers to use their own software to communicate with the Invoice Registration Portal. The IRN, similar to the E-Way Bill system, can be produced validated for invoices either one at a time or in bulk.

SMS-based service:

This mode is designed to allow the invoice information to be entered in a specific format and submitted for processing to the Invoice Registration Portal via SMS.

Mobile App based on:

IRP offers a mobile app that executes some of the IRP                                  functions as mentioned above.

Resource-Based on Offline:

The invoice details may be entered on the Invoice Registration                 Portal website for registration/validation purposes of the same.

Basing on the GSP:       

Taxpayers may also use GST Suvidha Provider (GSP) services such as Clear Tax to help them carry out their compliances related to e-invoices.

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Applicability of E-Invoice Framework for GST

All about the GST E-Invoice Framework with applicability from the portal

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What is the E-Invoice Framework under GST?

GST e-invoice is the adoption of the digital invoice for goods and services provided by the business created on the GST portal of the Government. Thought has been paid to the idea of GST e-invoice generation framework for reducing GST evasion.

The GST officers have come to a conclusion by providing companies with a program that makes it mandatory for them to produce ‘e-invoice’ for each sale on the GST portal of government. This scheme will only apply to those whose turnover rate is above the defined threshold i.e. the government will set a threshold for them.

An official said businesses dropping below a certain level will be given a unique number each time an e-invoice is produced. The corporations will compare the amount with the invoices written in the sales report and pay taxes for verification.

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The 39th meeting of the GST Council also agreed to introduce the GST e-invoicing of bills under the GST system and the applicability of QR codes in view of the currently held coronavirus pandemic as from 1 October 2020.

A version of the GST E-Invoicing Trial introduced 

Finally, the government has introduced the GST e-invoicing trial version of the common invoicing system that was discussed earlier in the GST Council meeting. The GST e-invoicing will have several categories in which e-invoice will be filled by the taxpayer according to turnover and other parameters. Every taxpayer is expected to have more than 500 crores of turnover to fill GST e-invoicing via the government portal itself.

IRPs’ position for e-invoicing under GST

After dozens of consultations, E-invoicing was eventually introduced on a voluntary basis for GST registered companies in India from 1 January. The developer of e-invoicing APIs is implemented essentially to submit B2B invoices organized to the GST framework. In fact, real-time transaction invoice monitoring would reduce the risk of last-minute problems due to pendency.

Invoice Registration Portal(IRP) – Apart from other modes, the first Invoice Registration Portal allows for invoice registration on the GST system. API mode

IRP aims to incorporate the e-invoicing program into the company invoicing framework for taxpayers.

The portal also lets the taxpayer get credentials he can access APIs from. Registration for the connection to the API will be complete once the OTP is entered on the checked mobile number and email Id.

RP provides details of the integration of the business systems into their e-invoice systems via APIs

Code extracts and master data are given to learn the logic and concepts properly.

By understanding and checking the API methods, developers can boost the performance of APIs with the help of the portal.

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Industries would be expected to produce the entire GST e-invoice containing all the value of the sales.

E-Invoicing Under GST Time Period with Requirements for Business Turnover

Sales more than 500 Crores-Beginning October 1st, 2020

Remark:

  1. “The roll-out of e-invoicing would be important for companies with a turnover of more than 500 crs from 1 October onwards.”
  2. “Seek to exclude any class of registered persons capturing dynamic QR code and the date to be extended to 01.10.2020 for the introduction of QR code.”
  3. “Aim to exclude a certain class of registered individuals from issuing e-invoices and extended to 01.10.2020 the date of e-invoicing.”
  4. To the above-mentioned firms, GST e-invoicing is compulsory as of 1 October 2020. Those with turnover up to 100 Crore, voluntary, and trial basis start as per the sources from 1st October 2020.
  5. with effect from 1st October 2020, a supplier whose aggregate turnover exceeds 500 crore rupees in the financial year shall have a Fast Response (QR) code to an unregistered individual (B2C Invoice).
  6. The official also gave an example in which if Rs 1,000 is the minimum fixed invoice then there are high chances that the businesses would be able to divide the bills and they will escape the invoice that will be created due to the threshold.

System to produce e-invoice for under the GST E-invoice generation process

The GST e-invoice generation process will be the same as the e-way bill created on the https:/ewaybill.nic.in/portal, or the GST payments made on the GSTN portal.

The GST e-invoice generation system will replace the e-way bill produced for the movement of goods as a centralized government platform would be used to generate invoices. The e-way bill is currently only produced for those moving goods which cost more than Rs 50,000.

The official also added that there will be no hassle for companies to file the GST returns after the e-tax invoice generation program kicks off, since the data will be auto-filled invoice wise in the return form.

“We’ll have to review global models led by countries like Latin America, South Korea, and Europe,” the official said. We should also look at ways of motivating businesses to follow the process of producing e-invoices.

Along with the officer’s committee, it is entirely the responsibility of the state, central tax officials, and GST Network Chief Executive to implement the e-invoice under the GST program to reduce the burden of producing invoices and enforcement. The committee is given a deadline by next month to finalize the preliminary report.

The main goal of the generation of e-invoices is to test the evasion of GST. After two years of GST implementation, the government is now pursuing anti-evasion initiatives to boost revenue and enforcement.

Only 20 lakhs fall under the composition scheme from the 1.21 Crore listed firms.

The GST e-invoice generation system would minimize the dual effort, as well as the manual involvement in filing and reviewing tax returns, according to a tax expert.

It said, “The tax department could limit the frequency of mandatory departmental audits in case e-invoice procurements are made to encourage businesses to follow the new framework.”

List of Invoice Registration Portal(IRPs) under GST E-invoicing

Following dozens of discussions, e-invoicing was eventually introduced on a voluntary basis for GST registered enterprises in India from 1 January. E-invoicing or electronic invoicing is implemented primarily for the structured recording of B2B invoices to the GST system. In fact, real-time transaction invoice monitoring would reduce the risk of last-minute problems due to pendency.

The target for Invoice Registration Portal(IRPs)

Invoice Registration Portal(IRP) – In addition to other modes, the first Invoice Registration Portal provides for invoice registration on the GST system via API mode.

IRP aims to incorporate the e-invoicing program into the company invoicing framework for taxpayers.

The portal also lets the taxpayer get credentials he can access APIs from. Registration for the connection to the API will be complete once the OTP is entered on the checked mobile number and email Id.

IRP provides descriptions of the integration of the business processes through APIs into their e-invoice processes.

Code extracts and master data are given to learn the logic and concepts properly.

By understanding and checking the API methods, developers can boost the performance of APIs with the help of the portal.

New e-invoicing update under GST framework

In addition to improving the GST structure, the board has now moved to legitimize a new GST e-invoicing or electronic invoicing in a channelized manner for reporting business to business ( B2B) supplies to the GST scheme. The rule will be voluntary in effect as from 1 January 2020.

As any new rule calls for the establishment of a clear norm to accomplish the target in effect. After consultations with trade/industry bodies and representatives of ICAI, the basic standard for e-invoicing is finalized to ensure the absolute applicability of the existing e-invoicing under the GST regime. There was no set norm for e-invoicing up to now.

The e-invoicing function is guided in such a way that e-invoices created by one software are controlled by software which removes the need to re-enter the digits for a fresh entry. Adoption of this specific standard would allow the seller, buyer, bank, or agent or any other person concerned to read by a computer and thereby restrict the unnecessary data, minimizing errors. This is the main aim behind improving the e-invoicing GST structure.

It was in the 37th meeting of the GST Council chaired by Union FM Nirmala Sitharaman, the design of the new e-invoice system was discussed and accepted, and the same is released on the GST portal along with the schemes.

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GST EVASION: DGGI took action against 3 Firm for tax evasion of Rs 600 Crore

GST-EVASION: DGGI took action against 3 companies for tax evasion of more than Rs 600 Crore

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Three persons arrested on charges of tax evasion of Rs 600 Crore, i.e. for the issuance of fraudulent invoices without the actual supply of Rs 4,198 crores, and illegally transferred as ITC credit to different entities under the GST Act.

There was an argument against M/s. Reema Polychem Pvt. Ltd., M/s. Fortune Graphics Limited, & M/s. Ganpati Enterprises, which were found to be engaged in the issuance of invoices without any real supply of goods.

The case was identified and established by the officers on further data analytics from the case filed against one of the exporters, M / s Anannya Exim, which was protected by the entire India Joint Operation launched by DGGI-DRI in September 2019, against various exporters for fraudulently demanding IGST refunds on the basis of ineligible ITC.

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In the course of the investigations conducted by DGGI Hqrs, it emerged that the three companies referred to above, namely M/s. Reema Polychem Pvt. Ltd. respectively. Ganpati Enterprises released invoices worth more than Rs. 4,100 Crore, with a tax sum of more than Rs. 600 Crore being transferred fraudulently as ITC credit to various entities.

The foregoing companies/firms shall be interested in the issuing of bills without any real supply of products. This case was found and established by officers on further review of the case filed against one of the exporters, namely M / s Anannya Exim, which was protected by DGGI-DRI’s entire operation in India on 11.09.2019, against different exporters for fraudulently demanded IGST refund on the basis of invalid ITC.

In this regard, three parties have been detained for committing offenses under the GST Act. The directors/owners of M/s. Reema Polychem Pvt. Ltd. is two of them who have been on the run and have constantly avoided presence at DGGI Offices.

The third man is the director of M/s AB Players Exports Pvt Ltd and the manager of various other export firms/companies which have received IGST refunds on the basis of counterfeit invoices provided by these companies.

All three were detained by DGGI (Hqrs.) for committing offenses, pursuant to Sections 132(1)(b) and 132(1)(c) of the CGST Act, 2017, and ordered to be held under judicial custody by the Magistrate.

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Basis Concept on Applicability of E-Way Bill

Basis Concept on Applicability of E-Way Bill

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E-Way Bill is a digitally produced paper that must be produced for the transportation of more than Rs. 50,000 products from one place to another anywhere in India, except Delhi. For the transport of products inside Delhi, an e-way bill is needed if the value of goods exceeds Rs . 1 Lakhs.

This documentation must be produced electronically for the transport of goods, regardless of whether the transport is inter-state or intra-state. The e-way bill created in any State shall be valid in any State or Union territory of India.

Who is responsible for generating the e-way bill?

The e-way bill under the GST regime is expected to be produced

  1. Any licensed individual responsible for the movement of products of shipment
  2. In the case of supply ( e.g. sales); or
  3. For reasons other than supply ( e.g. return of sales, transfer of branches, etc.); or
  4. Due to the inward supply of the unregistered individual
  5. Any unregistered individual who triggers the movement of products.

Some of the important points to be noted for goods transported by road are as follows:

  1. E-Way Bill is not required for all transactions carried out by a taxable individual.
  2. the E-Way Bill is necessary For all transactions involving the transportation of goods, whether by way of supply or not,.
  3. E-Way Bill is required in transactions involving products but viewed as a supply of services such as the leasing of products or the distribution of food drinks.
  4. E-Way Bill is not needed, where products purchased in the supply of services do not involve the movement of goods.
  5. E-Way Bill is necessary, where the movement of the value of the goods is more than Rs. 50,000/-as an interstate supply.
  6. E-Way Bill is necessary, where the movement of the value of the products is more than Rs. 1.00000/-as intrastate supply.
  7. The automobile number and transporter ID in part B should be given
  8. Where the goods are transported by the supplier, the supplier must provide the carrier with the details required for the generation of the e-way bill in Part-A.
  9. On the basis of the information received by the manufacturer, the carrier creates an e-way bill by performing Part B.
  10. If the goods are transferred by the supplier in a vehicle of their own or by a hired vehicle, the supplier may fill out the data in Part B.
  11. If the carrier has received information on the transport or vehicle number, etc., a unique e-way billing number or EBN may be issued.
  12. Unless the vehicle is modified during transit, the carrier may have to correct the transport information in the e-way bill on the GST portal.
  13. Goods can only be carried with the description of Part-A:
    1. When goods are transferred within less than 50 km of the State from the place of the manufacturer to the carrier for delivery;
    2. b) If goods are shipped from the source to the receiver for a distance of fewer than 50 km.
  14. The E-way bill created on the GST portal is valid for all States and Union Territories.
  15. For distances of up to 100 km, the created E-way bill is valid for one day. The e-way bill will be valid for an additional day for every 100 km.
  16. If the transport can not be completed within the period of validity due to certain unforeseen situations, the carrier may generate a new e-way bill by updating the transport details.
  17. Cause for transport may be any kind of supply, return on sales, own use, jobs, etc.
  18. When there are several vehicles involved in the transport of products, the manufacturer will issue the invoice until the first shipment is completed and, with each subsequent shipment, copies of the accompanying distribution vouchers and a copy of the invoice should be given. Nevertheless, the initial invoice will be submitted with the last shipment.

The circumstances where E-Way is not needed : 

In the following cases, the generation of e-Way Bill is not necessary:

  1. The mode of carriage is a non-motor vehicle
  2. Goods transported from the customs terminal, airport, air cargo complex, or land customs station to the Inland Container Depot (ICD) or Container Freight Station (CFS) for customs clearance.
  3. Goods held under customs control or under customs seal
  4. Goods transported under the Customs Bond from ICD to the customs port or from one customs station to another.
  5. Transit cargo transported from or to Nepal or Bhutan
  6. Movement of products triggered by the establishment of the defense under the Ministry of Defense as consignee or consignee
  7. Vacuum Cargo /containers are being shipped
  8. In the case Consignor transporting goods to or from the place of business and a weighbridge at a distance of 20 km, accompanied by a Delivery Challenge.
  9. In the case Goods to be shipped by rail where the Consignor of goods is a federal government, a state government, or a local authority.
  10. In the case of Goods specified as exempt from E-Way bill requirements in the respective State / Union Territory of the GST Regulations.
  11. In case Transportation of certain defined goods-includes the list of exempt supplies of goods, annexed to Rule 138(14), goods classified as non-delivery as set out in Schedule III, other schedules of notifications of the Central Tax Rate. (PDF of the Products List).

Note: Part B of the e-Way Bill is not necessary to be filled if the gap between the consignee or consignee and the carrier is less than 50 km and the transport is in the same state.

What to do to make an eWay Bill

E-Way Bill can be created from the e-Way Bill Portal. The only thing you need is a Portal username. For a comprehensive step-by-step e-Way Bill Generation guide, check out our online e-Way Bill Generation Guide.

 

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Records/ document or information needed for the creation of eWay Bill

  • Invoice / Bill of Supply / Challenge relating to the shipment of goods
  • Road transport – ID of the driver or vehicle number
  • Transport by rail, air or ship – ID of the carrier, the number of the transport document and the date of the document

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GST: Late fee capped at Rs. 500/- for each GSTR-3B Return

GST: Late fee capped at Rs. 500/- for each GSTR-3B Return and waives off late fee on late GST return filing

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For each GSTR-3B return, a late fee of Rs. 500/- is capped.

In the perspective of the GST taxpayers’ massive relief the government has chosen to limit, on the basis of the condition that such GSTR-3B reports are filed prior to 30 September 2020, a late maximum fee of Form GSTR-3B to Rs 50/- (only 500) by tax return for the tax period July 2017 to July 2020.

Notice was provided to include zero late fees if no tax liability exists; and if there is any tax liability, the GSTR-3B returns filed by 30 September 2020 will be subject to a maximum late fee of Rs. 500 for such returns.

Thanks to further flexibility in the deferred fee paid for tax periods between May 2020 and July 2020, numerous representations have been issued. In order to clean up past pendency of returns between July 2017 and January 2020, relief has been issued for February 2020 of April 2020 in addition to previously granted. In addition, the design and implementation of a standard late payment are easier on an automated common portal.

The late fee for the return is only limited to Rs. 500/- if it is filed before 30 September 2020.

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Summary of Important Due date of July and Aug 2020

 

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Why Virtual Office is an essential address for small Indian firms.

Why Virtual Office Address is essential to Indian small businesses.

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Business prospects have plenty of needs and requirements and most company owners look forward to some of the new technologies that are available ahead to assist them in the company of scale. There are tons of ways in which new business owners are trying to implement to make sure they are ready to develop their business quickly. The saddest reality is, the idea of a virtual office address is not known to a lot of businesses, especially to small companies.

Virtual Office Address for Business Registration

Most are not aware that having a virtual office address can have an immense effect on their business and can help them hit a speed not connected to the conventional environment of their offices.

What is the address of the virtual office?

The aim is to get a legislator answer in a room when you are not running an efficient office when you take up a virtual job. To make it simpler, without running an office there, you will have the place’s address.

Tons of confusion emerges in the mind when the idea of virtual offices is stated. The idea is basic, all you have to learn is that virtual offices almost seem to have an address. The only difference is that you would actually just have an address and not an actual physical location. This means that you actually don’t have to have a real office, you’re just going to have a main place address and buy a website. It’ll help you save tons of the investment in the capital you simply allocated for equivalent with this virtual office idea.

Today, if you’re a small company, you have to consider a lot of things, like the use of virtual offices. Several benefits, particularly for small businesses, relate to having a virtual office. The following advantages will confirm that while running the company at its best, you will expand your business in a very fast phase in the short term.

Values for small businesses in India Virtual Office address

The benefits that you can actually reap as a small business will be a significant factor in the overall success of your business model, which also demonstrates that methods of your company scaling can be much quicker than traditional routes. The main advantage you’re going to have is that the savings you receive from a virtual office address in India.

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Economical Virtual Office Address Services for GST Registration

Savings of the capital

There are countless things you just have to confirm before you start a business and one of the first goals is to have enough money to spend when your company has a dry spell. This suggests that each process you do with your company must be cost-effective, and often it’s important especially for a replacement company.

You will save 70% of your investment with a virtual office because the bulk of your money is not invested in operating an actual office. This rise in savings in your investments will help you broaden your business strategies and also help you do a lot of complex work on other investments.

Huge presence to Small Business

We all know how important the presence of your business is as a little business owner. More and more scope you have the business, the more ready you are to build a client database. You are ready to develop your products on the path in no time by increasing the customer base and, in no time, your products will have huge market demand, so long as the product or the service you provide is of good quality. 

Adding a knowledgeable outlook

Hundreds of factors contribute to the professional identity of a small company, but the bulk of the effort comes from a place of company. This gives your company enormous credibility. A key position specifically means that all leading specialist businesses are situated in prime locations and that you have a high level of services. You have met the need to create an expert face for your company with a virtual office address at a prime location.

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Prime Virtual Office Address at Cheapest Prices

Attracting more business opportunities

When you have been figured out that your company will improve drastically and in no time if your services are equally successful, you will face tremendous demand. Your enterprise will draw more business opportunities than ever, as an organization with an honest reputation in an excellent location.

Access to items from the virtual office services at the workplace.

Different facilities like email, training rooms, conference rooms, etc. can also be accessed at extra cost with a virtual office in India. This means that you are going to do business efficiently within a short time and that massive business investment will also take place within a short period.

You simply have to try and locate a virtual office provider such as www.carajput.com and make a reservation right away. By contacting us on www.carajput.com you will always book a virtual office and ensure a reservation now!

If you’ve got any questions please visit the website and contact our skilled support team for a detailed look.

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