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About Ashwini Gorhe

Ashwini Gorhe, a Chartered Accountant, is associated with IRIS as a Financial Analyst. She has around 6 years of experience in compliance space which includes XBRL reporting, GST and Data analysis. She is actively involved in the IRIS Sapphire (GST filing solution) and IRIS Topaz (E-way bill solution) product development. Before GST, she was handling US compliance analyzing US financial statements and reviewing XBRL filings for US and India market.

GSTR 9 Vs GSTR 9C, which one should You Prepare this Year?

To start with, annual return is a statement of return which is required to be filed annually by each registered person (except few specified categories of persons) under GST giving summarized details of outward supply and taxes paid thereon, input tax credits claimed, taxes paid and refund claimed in the financial year in respect of which such monthly/quarterly returns are filed. This annual return has to be filed with the GSTN using form GSTR 9.

All You Need to Know about TCS

As per the GST law, an Electronic Commerce Operator is liable to collect taxes while making taxable sales on behalf of other suppliers. GST TCS provisions put into action w.e.f. 01-10-2018 by Notification 51/2018-Central Tax dated 13-9-2018.

Comparative Analysis of New Main Return and existing GSTR 1

Currently, the details of outward supplies are filed through GSTR 1 and in the new filing regime, the details of outward supplies will be part of Annexures of the Main Return will be populated. Here is the comparative analysis of details which are provided now and what will be needed in simplified GST returns.

Do you have missing invoices in your GSTR 1?

Your GSTR 1 could have invoices uploaded on your recipients and you need to take actions on such invoices while filing GSTR 1 returns. Read to know more about missing invoices and how to take actions.

Generating Consolidated E-way Bill

E-way Bill provisions are effective almost in all states for inter and intra-state transactions.

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