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GST on amount debited to Jobworker against excess rejection, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 116059
Dated: 25-2-2020
By:- sunil bhageria
GST on amount debited to Jobworker against excess rejection

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We are procuring plastic items on Job work basis. For which we are providing plastic granuels to Job worker who after processsing this granuels supply us plastic components. During this process some rejection of material take place the job worker returns back to us this rejection but the value of such rejcetion is very less than the fresh granuels. We have restricted the rejection to 2 % of total input material but in some cases the Job worker makes more rejection hence we have debited the job worker for such excess rejection with difference in the value of granuels and relisable value of rejections.My query is Will this debit amount attracts GST or not.

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1 Dated: 25-2-2020

Yes. It is taxable. As per Section 143 (2) & (3) of CGST Act, 2017, the Principal (owner) is responsible for tax-liability on the inputs or Capital Goods or semi-finished goods sent to the job-worker. If the goods are received back short or excess wastage claimed by the job-worker, you are to pay tax on that qty. of goods..

2 Dated: 28-2-2020
By:- sunil bhageria

The total material returned back by the Job worker is not short only thing OK qty is less while quantity of waste material is higher . The waste material returned back by the job worker is having lower value therefore differential cost debited to job worker on which GST liability is under query.

3 Dated: 28-2-2020

GST is leviable.


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