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PLEASE HELP TO GET REFUND AGAINST EXPORTED WITH PAYMENT OF IGST, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 113386
Dated: 7-2-2018
By:- nandankumar roy
PLEASE HELP TO GET REFUND AGAINST EXPORTED WITH PAYMENT OF IGST

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SIR,

AS WE GOT NOT REFUND OF IGST AS 3B AND GSTR1 ALREADY SUBMITTED PROPERLY , SO PLEASE HELP TO GET THESE IGST REFUND AGAINST EXPORTED WITH PAYMENT OF IGST SINCE JULY'17.

REGARDS,

N K ROY

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1 Dated: 7-2-2018
By:- Alkesh Jani

Sir, If refund is with regards to export of goods, please ask your CHA to check for errors through ICEGATE ans also contact the officer for refund at the customs port of export. you will get the information of the status of your refund.


2 Dated: 8-2-2018
By:- Gorantla Bhaskar Rao

Dear sir,

I agree with Shri Alkesh Jani sir. Since you have exported goods, the shipping bill itself is an application for refund. Once you filed GSTR 3B properly, I don't think your refund will be held up. Anyhow please check up with customs .


3 Dated: 16-2-2018
By:- Praveen Nair

ICEGATE would really help or you may have to visit the respective Customs (port of export) and check with the stationed GST officer if there are mismatches in the details submitted by you (GSTR 1 Vs. Shipping Bill).


4 Dated: 25-2-2018
By:- Kishan Barai

GST refunds for the exports of goods in the month of July, 2017:

i) Incorrect SB number in GSTR 1

There are cases where the shipping bill number quoted in GSTR 1 either does not exist or it pertains to another exporter. In respect of these claims, the only way out is to amend the GSTR 1 (Amendments to taxable outward supply details furnished in returns for earlier tax periods) and enter the correct shipping bill number. In these cases, the amendments for information furnished in GSTR 1 for July 2017 need to be filed in Table 9A of GSTR 1 for August 2017. GSTN has been asked to provide for immediate implementation of this Table so that all such claims can be processed once amendment is filed.

ii) Invoice number and IGST paid amount mis-match

Analysis of data revealed that exporters have quoted different invoice numbers for GST and Customs purposes. Also, IGST paid amount indicated in GSTR 1 is not tallying with IGST paid amount indicated in shipping bill. As the same transaction is being reported under GST Act and under Customs Act, the exporters may take care to ensure the details of invoice, such as Invoice number, IGST paid etc, under GSTR 1 and shipping bill match with each other.

iii) EGM Error

Due to either mismatch in information furnished in Export General Manifest (EGM) vis-å-vis shipping bill or non-filing of EGM in certain cases, the compliance of 'exported out of India' requirement in Rule 96 (2) of Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Rules, 2017 remained unfulfilled. It is also noticed that Gateway EGM in case of many ICD's Shipping Bills have been manually filed, due to which the system is unable to match the EGM details. Hence, it is to be ensured that all the shipping lines operating in ICDs(Gateway ports file EGM online. All ICDs and Gateway ports have already been instructed to ensure that shipping lines file supplementary EGM online for the consignments exported in July 2017 by 31st October. For subsequent months also, the ICDs must ensure that the shipping lines invariably file the Gateway EGM online. In cases where supplementary EGM have been filed successfully, refunds are already being given.

iv) Wrong Bank Account given to Customs

In some cases, bank account details available with Customs have been invalidated by PFMS. Reports on such accounts / IECs have been provided to the Commissionerates by the Directorate of Systems in ICES and by email. Exporters may be advised that if the account has not been validated by PFMS, they must get their details corrected in the EDI system. Exporters are also advised not to change their bank account details frequently so as to avoid delay in refund payment.

IGST Refunds for the export of goods in the month of August, 2017:

GSTN has provided the utility to declare Table 6A in GSTR 1 for exporters to fill in information related to Zero Rated Supplies. Once exporters file Table 6A, it would be possible to sanction refunds for the exports made in August 2017. Thus Public/Trade notices may be issued emphasizing the need to fill Table 6A online by exporters to claim refunds against exports made in August 2017. Exporters have already been provided an option to view their Shipping Bill data online on ICEGATE website, so that they can ensure filing of their Table 6A without any error. All necessary steps may be taken to make exporters aware that the common errors that hindered disbursal of IGST refunds in July are not repeated in subsequent months.

2. The GST council in its 22nd meeting has also approved the GST rate of 0.1% for supplies to merchant exporters and Notification No. 41/2017- Integrated Tax (Rate), Notification No. 40/2017- CGST (Rate) and Notification No. 40/2017 - UTGST (Rate), all dated 23rd October, 2017 have been issued to that effect. The said benefit is subject to the conditions mentioned in aforementioned notifications. The merchant exporters are advised to take following precautions to avail the benefit of the scheme:

i) The Name and GSTIN of the Registered Supplier should be provided against each item in Third Party details column of Shipping Bill. The GST Invoice details of the registered supplier of each item should be declared in the ARE Certificate and Date columns in the Shipping Bill format. Necessary changes have already been done in ICES application. The third party details would be printed in the shipping bill copies for fulfilment of the notification conditions.

ii) Further in case of an export consignment containing multiple supplies by registered suppliers, the registered recipient (merchant exporters) need to provide details of all registered suppliers and corresponding invoices against each item in the Shipping bills.

iii) For the purpose of above mentioned notifications concerning supply to registered recipient at concessional GST, registered principal place of business or registered additional place of business shall be deemed to be a “registered warehouse”.

iv) Registered recipients (Merchant exporters) may, if required, exclude commercially sensitive information while providing copies of Shipping Bills to registered suppliers.


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