Hello friends, in this blog, here we discuss about a GST return i.e., GSTR 9.
All the Registered Taxable Persons except Casual taxable person, Input service distributor, NRI and Person covered u/s 51(TDS), under GST must file GSTR 9. GSTR 9 should be filed by the regular taxpayers filing GSTR 1, GSTR 2, GSTR 3.
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Types of Return under GSTR 9
GSTR 9A should be filed by the persons registered under composition scheme under GST.
GSTR 9B should be filed by the e-commerce operators who have filed GSTR 8 during the financial year.
GSTR 9C should be filed by the taxpayers whose annual supply exceeds Rs 2 crores during the F.Y. All such taxpayers are also required to get their accounts audited and file a copy of audited annual accounts with reconciliation statement of tax already paid and tax payable as per audited accounts along with GSTR 9C.
PENALTY : Penalty for the late FEES not filing the GSTR 9 within the due date is Rs. 100 per day per act up to a maximum of an amount calculated at a quarter percent of the taxpayer SUPPLY in the state or union territory. Thus it is Rs 100 under CGST & 100 under SGST, total penalty is Rs 200 per day of default. NO late fee on IGST.
DETAILS TO BE PROVIDED in GSTR-9:
GSTR 9 having total of 9 sections:
1. Provide GSTIN which will be auto-populated at the time of log in.
2. Legal name will be auto-populated at the time of logging into the common GST Portal.
3. Whether liable to Statutory Audit: Statutory audit is compulsory in case of companies and
in case of individual/HUF if turnover/ Supply exceeds Rs 2 crore.
4. Mention Date of statutory Audit and the name of the auditors of the entity who has audited the accounts of the entity.
5. Details of Expenditure: Details of goods and services purchased during the financial year must be provided. Such information needs to be provided along with the HSN/ SAC codes applicable and the taxable value of such goods and services. These details are mentioned in GSTR 2. This information is divided into following heads :
a) Total value of purchases on which ITC availed (inter-State)
b) Total value of purchases on which ITC availed (intra-State)
c) Total value of purchases on which ITC availed (Imports)
d) Other Purchases on which no ITC availed
e) Sales Return
f) Other Expenditure (Expenditure other than purchases)
6. Details of income: Details of all supplies and sales made during the year needs to be provided here. Such details are also mentioned in GSTR 1. These categories are as follows :
a) Total value of supplies on which GST paid (inter-State Supplies) : It includes the supplies made in other states on which IGST is paid.
b) Total value of supplies on which GST Paid (intra State Supplies) : It includes supplies within the state on which SGST and CGST is paid.
c) Total value of supplies on which GST Paid (Exports): It includes export of goods and services made during the year on which IGST is paid
d) Total value of supplies on which no GST Paid (Exports) : It includes export of goods and services made during the year on which no IGST is paid
e) Value of Other Supplies on which no GST paid : It includes the details of supply of goods and services made during the year without any GST paid on it. i.e CGST and SGST in case of intra supply and IGST in case of inter state supply.
f) Purchase Returns : Detail of purchase return made during the year is to be provided here.
g) Other Income (Income other than from supplies) : Any other income earned during the year other than supplies mentioned in above points should be mentioned here.
7. Return Reconciliation Statement
After furnishing all the information, the system will auto-reconcile the transactions and will determine tax liability payable against the tax actually paid. The system will also populate the amount of tax difference, interest, penalty if any.
If there is any other payable the same will be auto-populated here. It may include arrears or any liability because of the assessment.
9. Profit as per the Profit and Loss Statement
In this section, mention the breakup of gross-profit, profit after tax and net profit.
Once all the particulars are furnished correctly, the taxpayer is required to sign digitally either through a digital signature certificate (DSC) or Aadhar based signature verification to authenticate the return.
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Geetika Goyal (Team Itslyf)