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Bankim Desai
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Dear Sir,

We do not have Inter State Purchase (Inward Supply of services) only local purchases but We have Inter state Sales (Out Ward Supply of services), my question is while paying GST should we square off all the itc against IGST first  i.e. ( IGST - cgst ITC & / + IGST - SGST ITC) and then if balance against respective heads i.e. CGST against CGST and SGST against SGST.

Please suggest.

Thanks

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Nikhil Nair watch_later 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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As per rules effective 1st February 2019, the following rules will apply for any tax payments made –

Payment for First set off Then set off
SGST IGST SGST
CGST IGST CGST
IGST IGST CGST and SGST
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Manoj Agarwal watch_later 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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You have ITC of only CGST and SGST but you are paying IGST and may be CGST and SGST if you have any local sales

So while you calculate your tax liability, your order of set off will be as follows

Payment for

First set off

Then set off

SGST

IGST

SGST

CGST

IGST

CGST

IGST

IGST

CGST and SGST

 

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Namratha Malkireddy watch_later 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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Your Input Tax credit has only CGST and SGST (as you don't have any interstate purchases)

But your tax payable has IGST (as you have interstate sales) and may also include CGST and SGST if you have any local sales

So while paying tax your order of set off will be as follows

Paying IGST - Can be paid from CGST and SGST

Paying CGST - Can be paid from CGST

Paying SGST - Can be paid from SGST

and remaining credit should be paid in cash.

you can first pay either IGST or CGST or SGST from the input credit available and remaining should be paid in cash. There is no prescribed order.

order of set off prescribed only for input credit setoff. This will be applicable to you only if you have IGST, CGST and SGST input credit.

 

 

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Bankim Desai watch_later 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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Thanks Madam.

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