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GST Reconciliations





Onfiling professional team of GST experts will help you in completing all tasks related to GST reconciliation for accuracy in the books of accounts. GST reconciliations involves the process of matching sales and purchase data with returns and record registers of sale and purchase. Do you perform this activity on a regular basis? If not, then you should take immediate actions to perform GST reconciliation on regular intervals. This will help you to avoid the heavy penalties or any surprise inspection due to mismatch. Regular reports and analysis is important to know exactly what's going on in your books of accounts. 

Connect with Onfiling today to know the process and the stages involved in GST reconciliations for betterment of your business accounts at regular intervals. 

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No, only a registered taxable person can issue tax invoice. Also, section 29 specifically prohibits collection of tax by a person who is not a registered taxable person.
If the GST Council recommends that for specified category of goods, or for specific categories of supplies the tax invoice can be issued within a prescribed time, then the Government may issue a notification to implement such recommendation.
Yes. ‘Debit notes’ are akin to ‘supplementary invoices’. They are issued by the supplier for recording increase in taxable value or tax charged in the supply.
Bill of supply should be issued by a supplier in the following cases: ? The supply is that of exempted goods or services; or ? The supplier has opted to pay tax under composition scheme.
• Invoice number and date. • Customer name. • Shipping and billing address. • Customer and taxpayer's GSTIN (if registered) • Place of supply. • HSN code/ SAC code. • Item details i.e. description, quantity (number), unit (meter, kg etc.) • Taxable value and discounts.
As per section 31(1), for issuing a Credit note, an invoice for a supply should have been issued earlier and subsequently the following situations should arise: ? The taxable value on which the tax is collected is more than the actual taxable value. ? The tax charged is more than what you should have charged. ? The recipient has returned the goods. ? The recipient has found that the services supplied by you are deficient.
As per the section 28(1) of the model GST Law, the answer depends upon the type of goods. ? If the goods are such that movement of goods are involved, then taxable invoice has to be issued before or at the time of removal of the goods. ? If supply of goods does not require movement of goods, then taxable invoice has to be issued at the time the goods are delivered to the recipient or when the goods are made available to the recipient.

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