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MMR on GST Credit note, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 116000
Dated: 10-2-2020
By:- sandeep rairakhia
MMR on GST Credit note

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If we create an invoice with a MMR for a product, and then when taking a credit note if the MMR has changed, which MMR should apply to the credit note? the latest active one or the MMR applied on the invoice.

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1 Dated: 10-2-2020

Pl.expand the abbreviation MMR.

2 Dated: 10-2-2020
By:- sandeep rairakhia

Maximum marginal rate.

on the MRP, we add the MMR % + Tax % to get the List price.

so if for a product the MMR % is 10% when we create an invoice.

on doing sales return credit note, the MMR % is changed to 12%. then in return should it be 10% or 12%

3 Dated: 11-2-2020

What is name of your product and Chapter/Heading/Sub-heading ?

4 Dated: 12-2-2020

With the implementation of GST the concept of MRP based valuation is no more in force now. Transaction value under Section 15 of CGST Act is in force. Credit note in respect of sales return is to be issued on 12 % latest. Margin is included in the taxable value while computing tax to be paid. Tax is payable on the amount of margin also.


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