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Nil rated goods

Nil rated goods are those goods whose item rates is 0%

Example :- Milk, Vegetables


Exempted goods

Exempted goods are those rate is 0 but not taxable for some.

Example :- Purchase for unregistered dealer is now exempt


Taxable goods

Goods on which GST is charged, or called Taxable goods.

Example :- Mobile phones


Note:- Taxable goods are categories into B2B and B2C as follows


Different types of Taxable Goods
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B2B Invoices (4A,4B,4C,6B,6C)

It means Business to Business Invoice

Details of Sales Made to Registered Parties having GSTIN No. to be filled here

These registered parties may be within state or outside state

Hence ,both local and interstate sales to registered parties are covered here


B2C Small Invoices (5A,5B)

It means Business to Small Customer Invoice

  • Sales is Central Unregistered person and Amount is upto 250000
  • Sale is Local to Unregistered person (Even amount greater than 250000 to be entered here if it is local)

Hence, all local cash sales of shopkeepers and restaurants will be shown here

Consolidated amount to be shown, bill vise details not required.


B2C Large Invoices (5A,5B)

It means Business to Large Customer Invoice

It means Interstate sales to Unregistered persons of amount more than 250000

Hence it is to be filled if following condition is satisfied

  • It is a Central Sale
  • Sale is to unregistered persons

Amount is more than 250000(Including tax)


Export Invoice (6A)

It means sales outside India

It is of two types:-

Export WPAY

Pay IGST at full Rate applicable on Item and Claim Refund after Receiving Money from Abroad

Export WOPAY

Do not pay IGST and Export Goods Under Bond Undertaking

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CA Maninder Singh is a Chartered Accountant for the past 13 years. He also provides Accounts Tax GST Training in Delhi, Kerala and online.