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Reversal of ITC Claim on Blocked Credit in GST Annual Return, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 115891
Dated: 15-1-2020
Reversal of ITC Claim on Blocked Credit in GST Annual Return

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We have claimed the ITC on the Vehicles which is a blocked credit u/s 17(5) of CGST Act 2017 in F.Y 2017-18.

What would be the treatment of such credit in GST Annual Return and Audit? If we need to reverse it ,under which table we need to disclose in GSTR 9 & 9C ?

Do we need to pay tax on the such ITC claimed (to be reversed) along with the interest, what would be the rate of interest (18% or 24% ) ,and for which period interest is calculated? What would be the treatment if the ITC was claimed but not yet utilized which was still reflecting in credit ledger, in such case what would be the period of charging the interest and liability payable?

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1 Dated: 16-1-2020

Dear sir,

As per my view the details to shown in table 7E of GSTR-9 and 12F of GSTR-9C. The interest rate is 18 percent from the date of taking ITC till the date of payment.

2 Dated: 16-1-2020

Dear Sir,

As per my view, it can't be included in Table 7E since this column is only for Ineligible ITC u/s 17(5) being disclosure portion but in your case you already availed its credit, you should pay this amount through cash ledger along with interest @18% p.a from the date of its utilization till date of making payment by DRC-03.

3 Dated: 16-1-2020

Kindly read the heading and instructions for 7E. Then only you will understand the requirement of filling ITC reversed.


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