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Input Tax Credit, Goods and Services Tax - GST

Issue Id: - 117025
Dated: 20-2-2021
By:- vignesh VSACCOUNTOPRIVATELIMITED
Input Tax Credit

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sir can i claim ITC for the bills i have paid and the supplier has not reflected in GSTR-2A for Financial year 2019-2020.

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1 Dated: 21-2-2021
By:- Shilpi Jain

You should have claimed this credit by 20th Oct '20. Then follow with the supplier to get it reflected in in your GSTR-2A. In case that is not possible and if the supplier has actually made payment of such tax then ask your supplier to provide you with a CA certificate stating that the taxes w.r.t. your invoices were remitted by the supplier.

If the above does not work, and if you have taken the credit - need to fight out any notice that may be issued by the department.


2 Dated: 21-2-2021
By:- KASTURI SETHI

I agree with the views of Madam Shilpi Jain in toto. But there is no escape route from the 'sword' of time bar limit.

Had the credit been taken in GSTR 3B in time, you would have won such case easily in the Court of law. Credit cannot be denied to the buyer because of the supplier's fault. On the ground of time bar, chances of success are bleak.


3 Dated: 22-2-2021
By:- Ganeshan Kalyani

I agree with the views of the experts. You can justify your ITC claim on the basis tax invoice on hand, gate entry of the goods, accounting entry as purchase in books and payment made to that supplier. The vendor ledger copy would also show both purchase entry and payment entry. Yes, purchaser should not be penalized for the mistake of the supplier.


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