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GSTR 9-C reporting requirement, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 114960
Dated: 13-5-2019
By:- Madhavan iyengar
GSTR 9-C reporting requirement

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In form 9-C table 14 - reconciliation of ITC declared in Annual Return GSTR-9 there are expenses which are required to be disclosed So what is required to be disclosed is the figures as per the Annual Audited accounts

ie if salaries and wages are paid then should we show entire salaries and wages in the form point No. H

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1 Dated: 13-5-2019
By:- Spudarjunan S

Yes, you have to enter the data in Table 14 as per the Audited Annual Financial Statement.

Kindly find below the instruction provided as per GSTR-9C Notification no.74/2018-central tax dated 31st December 2018:-

Table 14 - "This table is for reconciliation of ITC declared in the Annual Return (GSTR-9) against the expenses booked in the audited Annual Financial Statement or books of account. The various sub-heads specified under this table are general expenses in the audited Annual Financial Statement or books of account on which ITC may or may not be available. Further, this is only an indicative list of heads under which expenses are generally booked. Taxpayers may add or delete any of these heads but all heads of expenses on which GST has been paid / was payable are to be declared here."

2 Dated: 16-5-2019
By:- Mahadev R

In this table, only those expenses wherein GST has been incurred to be shown. If there is salary expense which does not include GST, no need to disclose. List is indicative. Expenses like professional charges are not included in this list. They can be added

3 Dated: 16-5-2019
By:- Ganeshan Kalyani

Yes, only those expense ledger need to be reconciled in which GST paid invoices are booked. say, ITC is claimed on professional fees then its ledger is required to reconciled. If courier charges is from an unregistered vendor , for e.g., its ledger need not be reconciled because there is no GST accounted in the GL.


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