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GST Rate for Manufacturers also 1% in Composition Scheme

Government has changed GST Rates for Manufacturers from 2% to 1% vide Notification 1/2018

Hence, now GST Rates are similar for Traders and Manufacturers

Summary of Rates

Type of Business

TILL 31 DEC 2017

FROM 1 JAN 2018

Trader

1%

1%

Manufacturer

2%

2%  1%

Restaurant

5%

%


E-Way Bill Compulsory from 1 Feb 2018

E-Way Bill needs to be generated for movement of goods more than 50000

Transporter has to carry this E way bil while moving goods from one placed to another

 

This has to be generated either

Online at E Way bill website http://164.100.80.111/ewbnat4/

Or

Through SMS

This has been started in a trial manner from 16 Jan 2018 and will be compulsory from 1 Feb 2018


Due Dates of GST Returns Extended

1. Due dates for GSTR-1 for monthly tax payer

July - November, 2017                

10th January, 2018

December, 2017                           

10th February, 2018

January, 2018                                

10th March, 2018

 

2. Due dates for GSTR-1 for quarterly  tax payer

July - September, 2017                 

10th January, 2018

October - December, 2017          

15th February, 2018

January - March, 2018                 

30th April, 2018

 

3. Due Dates for Other GST Returns Extended

Form No

Applicable for

Due Date

GSTR 5

July-Dec

Non Resident Taxable Person

31 Jan 2018

GSTR 5A

July-Dec

Online information and database access or retrieval services

31 Jan 2018

FORM GST ITC 01

July-Nov

Taking GST Credit in Case of Existing Stock in Hand(Fresh Registration, Conversion of composition into Regular Scheme)

31 Jan 2018

 

Reduction in Late fees for GST Return of Composition Dealer

Late fees for late filing of return for Composition Dealer has been made same as Regular Dealer

Late fees is as follows

Case

Late Fees

In case No Tax Payable

20 per day

In Case Tax Payable

50 per day

Note:-

Late fees Is to be divided equally into CGST and SGST

Even if IGST is payable, still for late fees we have to pay CGST and SGST(and not IGST)

No GST on Advance Received in Case of Goods

As per Time of Supply of Goods

Gst is payable on earlier of Invoice

Last Date of Invoice

Date of Payment

Hence,if payment received in advance,GST was payable on advance received

This condition has been removed now from 15 Nov 2017  vide Notification 66/2017

Hence,if advance received by Trader or Manufacturer,but goods not yet sold,now no GST is payable

However,receipt voucher is still to be issued by Trader/Manufacturer on receipt of advance(even though no tax is to be paid to govt)

 

Note:-

This concession is only for goods,not servicesHence GST is payable if advance received by Service Provider

In case of Reverse Charge,if payment made in advance,still reverse charge is applicable for both gods and services.


Note:-

GST has had other changes. See GST Changes on the 10 November Meeting 

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