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TDS under GST is reported with the help of Form GSTR 7. Read the rate, penalties applicability, GSTR 7A etc here.
As you may know, GSTR 9 is an annual return form that a regular taxpayer is required to file for his/her annual turnover. The form requires invoice details for inward and outward supplies as procured by the given business. But what if no invoices were issued for any inward or outward transaction throughout the year, would a business be still required to file GSTR 9?
GSTR 9C is an annual audit form for all the taxpayers having the turnover above 2 crores in a particular financial year. It includes reconciliation Statement for a particular FY to be filed by taxpayers on or before 31st December after being certified by CAs/CMA. However, the due date for the same has been extended to 30th June 2019 in the 31st GST Council Meeting. It must be filed along with or after filing of the GSTR-9 i.e. GST annual return.
All suppliers need to reconcile the supplies reported by them in their GSTR 1 and the supplies details provided by e-commerce operators in their GSTR 8.
Read this blog to understand the different rules and compliance you need to know regarding Job work under GST.