Tag Archives: GST Audit

GSTR 9C Offline Utility : Download

By | April 14, 2019

Download GSTR-9C Offline Utility The excel based GSTR-9C offline utility is designed to help the taxpayer to prepare the GSTR-9C return offline. The utility can be downloaded from this link.Download  [ Refer How to file GSTR 9C online (GST Audit Reconciliation Statement ) ] Your downloaded (GSTR9C Offline Tool) zip file contains: GSTR_9C_Offline_Utility (Excel Macro)… Read More »

GST Audit & Annual Return : 3rd Edition 2019 Taxmann Book

By | April 12, 2019

by Aditya Singhania (Author), Aditi Singhania (Author) GST Audit & Annual Return-In Synchronization with GST Annual Returns as available on GST Portal (3rd Edition March 2019) Rs 727 Click here to buy online   Description GST Audit Report  Clause-wise detailed analysis How to do various reconciliations in GSTR 9C Explanation using practical examples Action to be taken for each… Read More »

UDIN for GST & Tax Audit : FAQS by ICAI

By | April 12, 2019

UDIN for GST & Tax Audit Institute of Chartered Accountants of India’s 379th Council Meeting held on 17th and 18th December, 2018 made UDIN mandatory for all Tax Audit Reports issued under IT Act, 1961 and GST Audit Reports issued under CGST Act, 2017 with effect from 1st April, 2019. 1. UDIN is mandatory on which types of Reports with… Read More »

GST Audit : Limit, Format , Process

By | March 15, 2019

GST Audit : Free Reference Material Here we have compiled free reference Material on GST Audit [ Join online GST Course by CA Satbir Singh ] GST Audit Meaning GST Audit : Meaning and Types Special Audit in GST : Analysis GST Audit applicability Read this Topic  GST Audit Limit for GST Audit applicability, GST audit turnover limit , applicable GST Audit section and GST… Read More »

Common GST Errors – Part 2

By | February 14, 2019

Common GST Errors – Part 2 जीएसटी की आम गलतियां – भाग 2 (Errors relating to Taxability) In case of an item of supply that was exempt before GST Act  but taxable under GST regime, the assesse might continue to treat the same as exempt resulting in erroneous exemption. If goods/ service are absolutely exempt,… Read More »