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Compilation of all notifications issued ON 15.11.2017

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Compilation of all notifications issued ON 15.11.2017
By: Pradeep Jain
November 17, 2017
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Recently 23rd GST council meeting has been held in which various decisions were declared. All the notifications were issued recently in this respect. Lets summarise this with the help of this update-

This mean that the composition scheme dealer has to pay the taxes on advaces. All other assessee need not to pay the tax on advances. We are failed to understand why this provision has been kept for composition scheme?

Secondly, this is applicable on supply of goods only and not supply of services. Hence, there is no need to pay the GST on advance received for supply of goods. But service providers will continue to pay GST on advance received.

Lastly, there is no limit for non-payment of GST on advance received. Earlier it was contended that the exemption is available to assessee of turnover of ₹ 1.5 crore. But this notification has clarified that it is applicable to all except those who has opted for composition scheme.

  • Notification 65/2017 CT dated 15.11.2017 exempt suppliers of services through an e-commerce platform from obtaining compulsory registration. As a result, all service providers, whether supplying intra-State, inter-State or through ecommerce operator, will be exempt from obtaining GST registration, provided their aggregate turnover is below the twenty lacs. Earlier there was compulsory registration under such persons.
  • Notification 64/2017 CT dated 15.11.2017 specifies that from October 2017 onwards, if the total amount of central tax payable is nil;says that there will be less liability the late fees will be paid as ₹ 10/- per day under CGST Act. The interpretation of this says that this less late fee will be payable if the liability of CGST is nil. If there is liability of IGST Act but no liability in CGST then also the less amount will be payable. Although it seems to be very absurd interpretation but notification reads like that only.

 In case there is tax to be paid then late fees is increased to ₹ 25/- per day. This late fees reduction is in respect of GSTR 3B. For the other returns, the normal late fee of ₹ 200/- per day will be payable.

  • Due dates of many returns have been extended as follows vide notification-

S. No.

Notification No.

FORM and Details

Previous due date

Revised due date

1

63/2017-Central Tax, dt. 15-11-2017

GST ITC-04 for the quarter July-September, 2017

25.10.2017

31.12.2017

2

62/2017-Central Tax, dt. 15-11-2017

GSTR-6 for July, 2017 for Input Service Distributor

13.08.2017

31.12.2017

3

61/2017-Central Tax ,dt. 15-11-2017

GSTR-5A for  the  month  of  July,  2017,  August,  2017,  September,  2017  and October,  2017  by  a  person  supplying  online  information  and  database  access  or  retrieval services from a place outside India to a non-taxable online recipient

20.11.2017

15.12.2017

4

60/2017-Central Tax ,dt. 15-11-2017

GSTR-5 to be filed by non resident taxable person for  the  month  of  July,  2017,  August,  2017,  September,  2017  and October,  2017 

 

11.12.2017

5

59/2017-Central Tax ,dt. 15-11-2017

GSTR-4 for composition supplier for  quarter July-Sept, 2017

15.11.2017

24.12.2017

Tax period

Due date

July-Oct

31st Dec 2017

Nov

10th Jan 2018

Dec

10th Feb 2018

Jan

10th Mar 2018

Feb

10th April 2018

Mar

10th May 2018

Time limit of filing GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 for the months of July, 2017 to March 2018 will be decided soon. Although the press conference by FM said that the GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 are deferred upto March 31, 2018 but the press release say that time limit will be decided soon.

Meanwhile GSTR-1 can be continue to be filed without compulsion of filing GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 of previous month.

Tax period

Due date

Jul- Sep

31st Dec 2017

Oct- Dec

15th Feb 2018

Jan- Mar

30th April 2018

 

Time limit of filing GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 for the months of July, 2017 to March 2018 will be decided soon. Again there is dispute in press conference and press release.

Although it was said earlier that the person having turnover below Rs. 1.5 crore need to file quarterly return and pay tax on quarterly basis. But the notification is going contrary to the same. It says only GSTR-1 is to be filed on quarterly basis but the GSTR-3B to be filed monthly basis. Hence the tax is to be paid on monthly basis.

 

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By: Pradeep Jain - November 17, 2017

 

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Nice compilation sir.

By: Ganeshan Kalyani
Dated: 21/11/2017

 

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