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Distrubution of ISD credit, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 113035
Dated: 12-11-2017
By:- Jasbir Uppal
Distrubution of ISD credit

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Dear Professionals,

Query No 1

The procedure for disturbution of input tax credit by ISD , the assessee is partnership firm having more than two GSTN in different states but on same PAN number.

Can the excess ITC be adjusted with the liability of tax payable in another state under section 20 of CGST Act,2017 ?

Query No 2

As per 23rd GST Council meeting in Guwahati most of items have been shifted from 28% to 18%

On the date of effecting notification the stock of material lying on effecting date the rate of tax paid @28% but post effect the rate will be 18% on outward supply.

Now our query is eligible ITC is on 28% or 18% because in VAT period most of assessing officer had revered the ITC as in those cases also the same condition prevailed.

Thanks & Regards

J S Uppal

Tax Consultant

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1 Dated: 13-11-2017
By:- KASTURI SETHI

In my view both replies are as under: 1. Yes 2. Yes. 28 % for the stock because inputs have suffered higher rate of tax as per law. What has happened regarding VAT in the past is not relevant in the eyes of Central Tax. In pre-GST era there was a difference treating credit of VAT and CE and ST.


2 Dated: 13-11-2017
By:- CS SANJAY MALHOTRA

Addendum to views shared by Sh. Kasturi ji.

In first case, ISD can distribute Common ITC in proportion to the Turnover of separate GSTIN No.

In Second case, ITC eligibility is 28% which can be set off against 18% from Nov 15 (Effective date of Notification as recommended in 23rd GST Council meeting). This is a case of inverted Duty Structure and you can claim Refund of same as per GST Act.


3 Dated: 13-11-2017
By:- MARIAPPAN GOVINDARAJAN

I viewed the views of both experts. Sanjay Malhotraji you have not been in the forum for many a day. Please give your active participation.


4 Dated: 13-11-2017
By:- KASTURI SETHI

Sh.CS Sanjay Malhotra Ji,

Sir, Thanks for enrichment of my knowledge by way of addition and support.


5 Dated: 13-11-2017
By:- Ramaswamy S

In sync with the views of all the experts.

Regards

S.Ramaswamy


6 Dated: 14-11-2017
By:- Ganeshan Kalyani

Answer to query 1 is yes.

Answer to query 2 - you are eligible to take credit of the tax paid while purchasing.


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