Input Tax Credit (ITC) matching – GSTN- not ready- A thorny issue for the department and the assessees. It has been 3 years and 3 months since the inception of GST, one would expect the early teething problems were overcome, and the new radical indirect tax regime would be up and running! Although, due to various factors, including the recent pandemic, we are seeing continuous amendments, delays in implementation and lack of a dependable infrastructure. Rule 36(4), i.e. the ITC matching...
1. Interest for delayed payment – Tolerance of an Act Vs. Addition to Consideration
The Maharashtra Appellate Authority For Advance Ruling in Bajaj Finance Ltd 2020-TIOL-64-AAAR-GST has ruled the additional/penal interest recovered by the appellant from customers against delayed payment of monthly instalments of the loan extended to the customers would be exempt from GST.
Issue: Schedule II of the CGST Act, 2017 provides “agreeing to the obligation to refrain from an act, or...Read more
Maharashtra Appellate Authority for Advance Ruling in the case of Vertiv Energy Pvt Ltd 2020-TIOL-50-AAAR-GST has ruled when the goods are supplied from one registration and the installation of such goods has been made from different registration would not be a composite supply.
In the case of M/s Britannia Industries Ltd Vs Union of India - 2020-TIOL-1495-HC-AHM-GST the assessee is an SEZ unit being an exporter has procured the goods and services with payment of GST to vendors through Input Service Distributor. Claimed the refund of the accumulated credit as a recipient. The refund was held to be eligible.
Things to ponder:
Generally, any taxation law has many due dates relating to the various compliances. Under GST it has been seen that the month of September is a very important month as many of these due dates, though not falling in such month, are linked to this month i.e. the due dates are defined in different ways as below:
From the...Read more