Budget 2017 – Income-Tax Chart FY 2017-2018.
01-Feb-2017 | 20:48 Hours IST | #CAVSM |
Budget 2017 – Income-Tax Chart FY 2017-2018.
01-Feb-2017 | 20:48 Hours IST | #CAVSM |
*Very very very useful complete RCM under GST* *Reverse charge mechanism under GST and implications of exemption upto Rs. 5000 per day* Let’s look at the critical provisions of the GST law which have enabled reverse charge mechanism :- Compulsory Reverse Charge even if the supplier is registered – Sec 9(3) The Government may, on the recommendations of the Council, by notification, specify categories of supply of goods or services or both, the tax on which shall be paid on reverse charge basis by the recipient of such goods or services or both and all the provisions of this Act shall apply to such recipient as if he is the person liable for paying the tax in relation to the supply of such goods or services or both. The above section primarily covers services availed from Goods Transport Agency, Lawyer, government, corporate sponsorships, director etc. Reverse Charge if the supplier is unregistered – Sec 9(4) The central tax in respect of the supply of taxable goods or services or both by a supplier, who is not registered, to a registered person shall be paid by such person on reverse charge basis as the recipient and all the provisions of this Act shall apply to such recipient as if he is the person liable for paying the tax in relation to the supply of such goods or services or both. Central Government had come up with an exemption to the small miscellaneous transactions from unregistered persons. Notification No. 8/2017- Central Tax (Rate) dt 28.06.2017 issued by Central Government has exempted intra-State supplies of goods or services or both received by a registered person from any supplier, who is not registered, from the whole of the central tax leviable thereon under sub-section (4) of section 9 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (12 of 2017) The said exemption shall not be applicable where the aggregate value of such supplies of goods or service or both received by a registered person from any or all the suppliers, who is or are not registered, exceeds five thousand rupees in a day. To sum up, the supply should be intra state supply (within the state) and can be for goods as well as services or both. Moreover the supply should be received by the registered person from an unregistered dealer only and upto a daily limit of Rs. 5000/- Example:- Mr. X purchased following items from unregistered dealer, all are dated 01.07.2017 as under: 1st bill – From Ram: Stationery = 2000/- 2nd bill – From Shyam: Lunch = 1000/- 3rd bill – From Madhu : Books = 3000/- In this case, The bills of Mr. X will not get covered under this notification as aggregate value of all supplies exceeds 5000/- on a single date (01.07.2017) Exemption would have been available if,: 1) Bill dates are different (So that it will come under 5000/- day limit, say bill date of Ram is 02.07.2017) 2) Any of the bills are 1000/- less than the mentioned value(Say Bill of Madhu is Rs 2000/- 3) If the one of the bills in the same of other person (say, one of the bill is in the name of Mr. Y) FAQ’s Whether these 5000 limit be availed for those cases where compulsory tax is payable in RCM basis as per section 9(3) of CGST act? Where Compulsory tax is to be paid under the Reverse Charge Mechanism under 9(3) of CGST Act, and as per Notification N0o. 13/2017- Central Tax (Rate) dt 28.06.2017 the benefit of this limit cannot be availed. Reason being these notification cover only cases of 9(4) and not 9(3). Mr. X purchased following items from unregistered dealer, all are dated 01.07.2017 as under: 1st bill – From Ram: Stationery = 2000/- 2nd bill – From Shyam: Lunch = 1000/- 3rd bill – From Madhu: Goods Transport Agency = 3000/- In this case, The bills from Mr Ram and Mr Shyam will get covered under this notification as aggregate value of all supplies does not exceed 5000/- on a single date (01.07.2017). For the Third bill from Madhu Reverse charge is payable u/s 9(3) without any exemption threshold. Whether this daily limit benefits would be available if the goods/services received from persons covered under 9(4) are blocked credits? The benefit of daily limit would be available. Output Tax under reverse charge would be payable if it crosses the daily limit even though they are covered under blocked credits. What if the limit crosses 5000 in a day, is GST payable over and above the value or from rupee 1? If the value of taxable supplies exceeds Rs5000 per day for all suppliers, then GST would be payable on the Total value of the supplies received from unregistered persons. Is this limit applicable to all supplies? The limit is applicable to only taxable supply of goods or services or both. Exempt supplies are out of the preview of this notification. Mr. X purchased following items from unregistered dealer, all are dated 01.07.2017 as under: 1st bill – From Ram: Stationery = 2000/- 2nd bill – From Shyam: Hotel Room = 1000/- 3rd bill – From Madhu: Books = 3000/- In this case, the bills of Mr. X will not get covered under this notification as aggregate value of all supplies does not exceed 5000/- on a single date (01.07.2017) as the supplies from Shyam for Hotel room booking are exempt under Entry 14 of the exemption notification (12/2017). What if the supplies are procured from Interstate supply from unregistered? Benefit of this notification is available only for Intra State Purchase. If any transactions are done on an interstate basis the same are covered under the forward charge and in any case the reverse charge provisions are not applicable. Goods and services both inclusive 5000 or separate? Yes, the benefit is inclusive for all goods or services or both. What rate GST should be payable then? GST should be payable as per the schedules rate of the product/service. What if procured from Composition persons? Since Composition persons are registered person, reverse charge is not applicable on such supplies. Can credit be availed for these taxes paid and on what basis, any invoice issue requirement? Credits can be availed on payment of GST in cash. A consolidated monthly tax invoice can be raised if supplies are received from a single vendor. The Invoice shall be raised on the date of receipt of goods or services or both. Also a payment voucher needs to be issued on the date of making any advance payment as the time of supply is invoice of payment whichever is earlier. We have compiled the daily expenses which would be liable to GST if procured from unregistered supplier as below:- Sr.No. Nature of Expenses GST Rate GST IMPACT/ OTHER REMARKS Supplies from UR (RCM Applicable) *No GST / NIL GST or EXEMPTED :-* 1 Electricity Charges 0% Out of GST 2 Water Charges 0% Out of GST 3 Bank Interest 0% Out of GST 4 Professional Tax 0% Tax levied by local body / other association out of GST 5 License renewal like Pollution, Factories & Boilers & Local Bodies 0% Tax levied by local body / other association out of GST 6 Building or Property Tax 0% Tax levied by local body / other association out of GST 7 Rent Deposits 0% If adjusted with rent or forfeited – GST applicable 8 Other Deposits 0% If adjusted with other expenses or forfeited – GST applicable 9 Petrol Expense 0% Petrol & Diesel out of GST 10 Salary 0% Out of GST 11 Staff Amenities 0% Out of GST if in lieu of salary. 12 Gifts to Staff 0% Gifts by employer of value above Rs. 50000/- shall be liable to GST as outward supply. 13 Staff Mediclaim Contribution 0% Out of GST if in lieu of salary 14 Allowance & incentive to employees 0% Out of GST if in lieu of salary 15 Stamp & Registration Fees 0% If only a pure agent service – ensure GL balance Nil 16 Provision for Doubtful Debts 0% No credit / deduction shall be allowed 17 Bad Debts Written Off 0% No credit / deduction shall be allowed 18 Warranty Labour Charges 0% If there is no supply element & no consideration 19 Donation 0% If there is no supply element & no consideration 20 Labour Welfare Fund Contribution 0% Out of GST 21 Staff Medical Expenses 0% Employee service without any margin 22 Fine & Penalties by Government 0% Out of GST 23 Discounts – shown in bill 0% GST applicable is after all discount – if shown in the bill 24 Free Gifts, Gold Coin to Customers 0% 25 Interest on Service Tax/ TDS 0% 26 Interest on Vehicle Loan 0% 27 Interest Others 0% 28 Local Conveyance 0% 29 Transportation Charges – Non GTA / Trucks 0% *GST Applicable & No ITC :-* 28 Food Expense 12% / No ITC 29 Travel claims – Radio Taxi (Rent-a-cab) 5% No ITC 30 Transportation Charges – GTA 5% No ITC 31 Club & Membership fees 18% No ITC 32 Life Insurance Exps for Employees 18% No ITC 33 Work Contract Services – Construction of Building 18% No ITC if not supplied for outward works contract services *GST Applicable / RCM supply of URD :-* 34 Advertisement Charges 18% 35 Advertisement in Magazine, 18% 36 Advertisement in Media 18% 37 Discounts – after issue of invoice (Post supply discount) GST Impact Credit note has to be issued, liability will be reduced to extent of GST on discount. 38 Annual Maintenance Charges 18% 39 Bank Charges – Service charges recovered 18% 40 Broker Fee & Charges 18% 41 Call Centre Expense 18% 42 Customer Schemes by MSIL 18% 43 Construction Work 18% GST amount – no ITC – for immovable property (Building) 44 Consumables Paint material & Other Consumables 28% 45 Customer Welfare expense 18% Food charges – No ITC 46 Contract Labour Expense 18% 47 Extended Warranty Cancellation Charges 18% 48 Free Service Camp Expense 18% If any third party bill comes 49 House Keeping Charges 18% 50 Insurance Charges 18% 51 Legal charges to advocate 18% Advocate raise bill without GST component – RCM to us 52 Loading & unloading Charges 18% 53 Local Conveyance 5% / 12% 54 Mediclaim Policy Premium Contribution A/ c 18% 55 Mobile Allowance 18% Pure Agent Service / If margin then GST applicable 56 Other Training Expense 18% 57 Postage and Courier Charges 18% Subject to certain exemptions 58 Printing & Stationery(Flex Printing, Broad Printing, Notice Printing) 18% 59 Rates and Taxes Actuals Depends on case to case basis 60 Recruitment Expenses 18% 61 Rent Paid 18% 62 Rent Paid for Mess (Employees) 18% 63 Repair and Maintenance – Building / Electrical / P& M / Others 18% 64 RTO Expenses 18% or 28% 65 Sales Promotion – Others / SSI / Display 18% 66 Sponsorship services 18% Reverse Charge to Service Receiver – ITC can be availed 67 Security Charges 18% 68 Staff Recruitment 18% 69 Staff Training Expenses 18% 70 Staff Uniform Expenses 18% If a third party bill comes 71 Stationery Expenses 18% 72 Subscription & periodicals 18% 73 Telephone Charges 18% 74 Transportation Charges – GTA 5% 75 Travelling Expenses Interstate 5%/18% Services from Tour operators / Agencies 76 Travelling Expenses International 28% Note: The above expense heads are for illustrative purpose only. The applicability of GST on a particular expense has to be checked on case to case basis.
In what can clearly be seen as a massive confusion, the Income-Tax Department has yet -again despatched hundreds of Income-Tax Notices with a plethora of errors. Some have a grossly overstated amount of recovery quoted on them, and in some cases, they even managed to send the notices for non-existent reasons. So, friends, do not panic if you get an income-tax notice, just contact your income-tax consultant and have him sort it out for you.
GOOD AFTERNOON !!
CA Vikram Shankar Mathur
09-Feb-2017 | 14:46 Hours IST | #CAVSM |
Devil in fine print # 1: For exemption of LTCG on listed shares, STT should have been paid even on acquisition. Huge impact! #Budget2017
So, if bonus shares are sold and STT is paid on sale, the LTCG would NOT be exempt! #Budget2017 https://t.co/LVwjK2PKHw