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Business Implication of Goods and Services Tax on Job Work in Manufacturing Industry
In this article, we are going to discuss the tax implications in case of goods sent for job work before and returned after the appointed date.
1st May 2021
ITC-04 for the quarter January-March 2021 is extended from 25th April 2021 up to 31st May 2021.
10th November 2020
The due date to file ITC-04 for the period July-September 2020 is extended till 30th November 2020.
27th June 2020
CBIC has notified that the due dates to furnish ITC-04 for the January-March 2020 and April-June 2020 quarters (falling due between 20th March 2020 to 30th August 2020) stands extended till 31st August 2020.
3rd April 2020
CBIC has notified that the due date to furnish ITC-04 for the January-March 2020 quarter (falling due between 20th March 2020 to 29th June 2020) stands extended till 30th June 2020.
Job work means processing or working on raw materials or semi-finished goods supplied by the principal manufacturer to the job worker. This is to complete a part or whole of the process which results in the manufacture or finishing of an article or any other essential operation. For example, big shoe manufacturers (principals) send out the half-made shoes (upper part) to smaller manufacturers (job workers) to fit in the soles.
The job workers send back the shoes to the principal manufacturer As per GST Act, job work means any treatment or process undertaken by a person on goods belonging to another registered person. The person doing the job work is called job worker. Note: Value of goods sent by the principal will not be included in the aggregate turnover of the registered job worker
The principal manufacturer will be allowed to take credit of tax paid on the purchase of goods sent on job work. However, there are certain conditions.
A. Goods can be sent to job worker:
ITC will be allowed in both the cases.
B. Effective date for goods sent depends on place of business:
Effective date is important because it will help to determine the point of taxation if the goods are not returned back within the specified time (see point C below)
C. The goods sent must be received back by the principal manufacture within the following period:
D. In case goods are not received back within the period mentioned above, such goods will be treated as supply from the effective date and tax will be payable by the prinicpal.
For more details, please refer our article on Input Credit on Job Work and ITC-04.
The responsibility for keeping proper accounts for the inputs or capital goods shall lie with the principal.
The challan issued must include the following particulars:
FORM GST ITC-04 must be submitted by the principal every quarter. He must include the details of challans in respect of the following-
It must be furnished on or before 25th day of the month succeeding the quarter. For example, for Oct-Dec quarter, the due date is 25th Jan. For more information on ITC-04 please refer our article.
This applies for items removed for job work before GST and returned on or after GST implementation. No tax will be payable if the following conditions are satisfied:
If the goods are not returned within the time period then ITC will be recovered from the principal manufacturer.
Both the job worker and the principal manufacturer must submit FORM GST TRAN-1 and mention the details of stock held by job worker for principal/ with job worker/by job Due date is 30th November 2017 They must specify the stock of the inputs, semi-finished goods or finished goods held by them on 1st July 2017. Please refer our guide on TRAN-1 for more details.
|Job Work on||GST Rate|
|Agriculture, forestry, fishing, animal husbandry||0%|
|Intermediary services related to cultivation and animal rearing||0%|
|a) Printing of newspapers (b) Textile and textile products (c) Jewellery (d) Printing of books (including Braille books), journals and periodicals (e) Processing of hides, skins and leather||5%|
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