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Any small enterprises with less than 10 B2B invoices in a month and sellers on E-Commerce Platform like Flipkart, Amazon, PayTM Mall, Limeroad, Myntra, Nykaa, etc.
A return is a document containing details of income which a taxpayer is required to file with the tax administrative authorities. This is used by tax authorities to calculate tax liability. Under GST, a registered dealer has to file GST returns that includes:
Section 24 of CGST Act, 2017 states that persons who supply goods or services or both, through an electronic commerce operator have to compulsorily register under GST regime.
Yes, if you're an online seller; e-commerce portal registration under GST is compulsory if you are selling goods online through e-commerce portals maintained by e-commerce operators.
An e-commerce seller has to file all returns applicable under GST. He/she must upload details of sales and purchase along with their monthly return. Here is a quick snapshot of what an e-commerce seller must file: 1.Sales and purchase details 2.Monthly returns 3.Annual statement/return 4.Audit report (if applicable)
GSTR-1 is the monthly statement of 'Outward Supplies' that is to be supplied by all registered taxpayers making outward supplies of goods and services or both It contains details of outward supplies of goods and services.
Every registered taxable person except an input service distributor/ composition taxpayer/person liable to deduct tax u/s 51/persons liable to collect tax u/s 52 is required to file GSTR-1. The details of outward supplies of goods and/or services during a tax period must be filed electronically on the GST Portal.
An e-commerce operator is liable to deduct an amount from the e-commerce seller from the payment collected from the customer. For example, if an e-commerce seller made a sale of goods worth Rs 1 lakh on an e-commerce portal, the operator will pay you Rs 99,000 and deduct 1% or Rs 1,000.
Yes, an online seller can avail the credit of TCS within the same month of deduction. E-commerce operators after collecting tax on payments must upload the details on the GST portal within 10 days. Once these details are uploaded by operators, any e-commerce seller will be able to claim the credit.