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When a business is born, the mind behind the venture begins to dream of a future where the business has grown in every corner of the nation. However, as the business grows, the complexity of the compliances around it also grows. Nevertheless, to facilitate the growth of businesses in India, many provisions have been brought into action under the GST regime.
Since the announcement of GST, there is a constant tussle going on between GST pros and others on its effects on the economic growth of the country. While the contention can go on, one thing that is truly revolutionary in the entire gig is the introduction of Input Tax Credit (ITC). The ability to claim ITC on your purchases, has made the reconciliation of your purchase data with your suppliers’ data extremely crucial. Though, the process is a carry forward of VAT and excise days, the stringent monitoring of ITC claim in GST regime calls for flawless reconciliation.
As the date of September months GSTR 3B return draws closer, reconciliation becomes an important task. Matching your invoices with the supplier uploaded invoices on GST system is needed to ensure that the ITC which you intend to claim is accurate and meets all the provisions of the GST Act and rules. Read more to know how IRIS GST Reconciliation can help you with the daunting task of reconciliation
Taxpayers having the turnover above Rs. 5 crores commonly known as large taxpayers need to currently file two GST returns each month. As per proposed new formats the large taxpayer will need to file only one return a month, referred to as Main Return. Let’s understand the key differences between the current and new return process and filings
Read more to know how the businesses who have taken registrations as Input Service Distributors (ISD) need to distribute the ITC credit and comply with GSTR 6 requirements.