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Analysis of the changes expected under Simplified GST Returns

The GST Council, in its last meeting on 4th May 2018, decided to go ahead with Simplification of Returns based on the recommendations placed by GoM led by Shri Sushil Kumar Modi. The roll-out is expected to happen over a period of a year and many measures have been taken to reduce the burden on the taxpayers and ease out the filing process. Monitoring and other mechanisms to keep a watch on reporting of fraudulent transactions have also been one of the considerations while devising the new process for GST returns. 

GST Council Approves Simplified Return Filing

The GST council in its 27th Meeting held on 4th May 2018 has given a nod for return simplification. The new returns will be implemented in a staggered manner.

Generating E-way Bills under Bill To and Ship To scenario

‘Bill-to and Ship-to’ is a common business scenario wherein the party to whom invoice is billed is different from the party actually receiving the goods or services. While reporting in GST returns and also for seamless transfer of Input tax credit, there are two invoices generated in the transaction.