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As per the Karnataka Value Added Tax Act (K VAT), 2003, every dealer with a turnover exceeding the prescribed limit during a financial year is required to get his accounts audited by a Chartered Accountant, or a Cost Accountant or a Tax Practitioner (tax practitioner cannot certify the accounts of a Company)With the introduction of GST effective from July 1, 2017, the Financial Year has been divided into two period
In this article, we will try to understand the audit requirements for VAT, the format of the Audit Report and the procedure for filing the Audit Report.
As per the KVAT Act 2003, a dealer is liable for a VAT audit when his turnover exceeds Rupees 1 Crore in a financial year. Additionally, the Commercial Tax Department of Karnataka (CTDK) vide Notification No. FD 53 CSL, 2018 dated 29/09/2018 have extended VAT audit requirement to those dealers who have a turnover between Rs.25 Lakhs to Rs 1 Crore during the first three months of FY 2017-18.
Vat Audit is required to be filed in the form VAT 240 and the due date for filing the same is as follows:
|Turnover (April to June 17)||Due Date|
|25,00,000 to 1,00,00,000||31st March 2019|
|1,00,00,000 and above||31st December 2018|
a. Audited Financial Statements have to be bifurcated into two periods – Pre GST period for the conduct of VAT audit and Post GST Period for the conduct of GST Audit;
b. Records to be maintained to ensure that the entire years turnover has been rightly declared under the VAT or under the GST returns and tax appropriately discharged;
c. Special focus should be on transition issues and cut off procedures like:
d. Liability identified under the VAT audit needs to be discharged before filing the Form VAT 240.
a. General information of the dealer in Part-1 of VAT 240
b. Particulars of turnovers, deductions and payment of tax in part-2 of VAT 240.
c. Particulars of Declarations and Certificates in Part-3 of VAT 240
d. Certificate from Chartered Accountant / Cost Accountant / Tax Practitioner who has audited the books of accounts
e. Summary of the additional tax liability or additional refund due to the dealer on the audit for the year
Step 1: Login to Karnataka website – Department of Commercial Taxes.
Step 2: Click on “Others” then on “Form 240”
Step 3: Enter the summary of the report as specified in Form 240
Step 4: Upload the scanned copies of Part 1, 2 and 3 of Form VAT 240
Step 5: Pay additional tax for the year, if payable
Step 6: Submit Form VAT 240