Recently government has came out with the changes in the GST Credit utilisation method, which will result in to accumulation of credit on one hand cash payment of GST liability on the other hand. This will ultimately result in to working capital crunch to affected companies. As per new rules priority are changed for setting off the credit against liability.
New rules for GST Credit utilisation
On a reading of the below amendments, the order of set-off of Input Tax Credit will now start with Integrated Tax credit is first to be settled against Central Tax credit or the State Tax credit, or Union Territory Tax credit, as the case may be. Unless and until Integrated Tax credit has been completely utilized, one cannot use the CGST/ SGST credits available. Continue reading “New Rules for GST Credit utilisation”
What is liquidated damages (LD)?
Liquidated Damages (LD) is levied or imposed when some specific task or work is not performed as per the agreed terms or condition, means that there is breach of contract terms. LD is generally levied at fixed rated irrespective of actual damages. Generally in large quantum work like infrastructure projects where performance of the contract is very essence of project, then there is specific clause for LD in the contract. Example situation in which LD is levied is like when milestone is not performed within specific time frame then LD is levied at 1% of milestone amount. Continue reading “Applicability of GST on Liquidated Damages”
The Good and Simple Tax 🙂 implemented in India with effect from 1st July – 2017 and this revolutionary regulation also made the significant changes in the business process. There are various pros and cons of the system which is implemented and at an initial level, several problems are being faced resulting into lesser business. Exporters also faced the several problems due to blockage of working capital, Slow refund process, Export with payment of duty etc. Export can be without payment if duty by submitting LUT or Bond in GST.
So in order to incentivize the exporters’ govt. released the circular no. – 5/5/2017 dated 11th August – 2017 which was aimed to relax the GST provisions for exports. Provisions of LUT and Bond were also extended to small exporters. So let’s understand what is LUT and Bond which is required for export of goods or services without payment of duty. Continue reading “How to Export with LUT or Bond in GST”
In the proposed GST law it special provision is kept in order to minimize the hassle of small and medium dealers and retailers by providing option of composition scheme to them. Composition scheme is like dealer has to pay only lump sum tax to government and remain out of GST chain. In today’s article lets understand and analyze all about composition levy in GST. Continue reading “All about composition levy in GST”
As per GST Law every registered person shall have to issue invoice for supply of goods or services to the recipient. As per Rule (1) of the Draft Invoice Rules under GST Law invoice shall contain specified details. First lets have a look when invoice needs to be issued.
When to issue invoice?
A registered person supplied goods shall invoice before or at the time of
- Removal of goods where supply involves movement of goods
- delivery of goods or making available thereof to the recipient in other case.
Continue reading “Draft Invoice Rules under GST Law”