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APPLICABILITY OF GST WHEN TDS AND RETENSION MONEY IS DEDUCTED FROM ADVANCE, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 116795
Dated: 15-10-2020
By:- Mehul Pandya
APPLICABILITY OF GST WHEN TDS AND RETENSION MONEY IS DEDUCTED FROM ADVANCE

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DEAR EXPERTS,

ONE CONTRACTOR IS ENTERED INTO CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT. AS PER AGREEMENT CUSTOMER WILL GIVE 10,00,000/- (TEN LAKHS) AS AN ADVANCE. BUT HE WILL DEDUCT FOLLOWING ITEMS AS PER AGREEMENT.

a. 3% - 30,000/- FOR SECURITY DEPOSIT

b.10% - 100,000/- AS A RETENSION MONEY

c. 2% - 20,000/- FOR TDS

AFTER ABOVE DEDUCTION CUSTOMER CREDITED 8,50,000/- IN CONTRACTORS BANK ACCOUNT.

MY QUERY IS WHICH AMOUNT WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR DISCHARGING GST LIABILITY ON ADVANCE RECEIPT ?

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1 Dated: 17-10-2020
By:- KASTURI SETHI

.1. GST is to be paid on TDS. This is undisputed.

2. Retention money is a deferred payment. It is a type of advance to be used if required later on after the completion of work. It is taxable as advance.

3. Security deposit is a sort of advance. The purpose is to meet unforeseen circumstances. It is also taxable as advance.

Any advance is subject to final adjustment. Advance itself is not a consideration against supply. Advance becomes consideration only when supply is made. Go through proviso to Section 2 (31) of CGST Act.

"Provided that a deposit given in respect of the supply of goods or services or both shall not be considered as payment made for such supply unless the supplier applies such deposit as consideration for the said supply;


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