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    Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) under GST

    The background of Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) or Tax Collected at Source (TCS) in Goods and Services Tax (GST) goes to concept of TDS & TCS in Income Tax Act. This concept of TDS & TCS is introduced by government to track transactions & ultimately prevent tax evasion. TDS or TDS is an advance tax and is an early source of revenue for government.

    Who is required to deduct TDS under Goods & Services Tax (GST)?

    Liability to deduct TDS is limited to selected class of person or persons and its not all applicable on all entities.

    Following are the entities liable to deduct TDS under GST:

    • A department or establishment of Central Government or State Government, example Department of Health
    • Local Authority, for example MCD
    • Government Agencies

    Such persons or categories as notified by the government, which as per latest notification are as follows as:

    • An authority or a board or any other body which has been set up by Parliament or a State Legislature or by a government with participation by way of 51% equity or control by the government.
    • A society established by the Central or any State Government or a Local Authority registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860.
    • Public sector undertakings (PSUs)

    What is rate of TDS under Goods & Services Tax (GST)?

    In case of interstate supply rate of TDS under GST is 2% under head IGST
    In case of intra-state supply i.e. within state TDS is deducted at the rate of 1% under head CGST & 1% under head SGST

    When is TDS liable to be deducted under GST?

    TDS is liable to be deducted when value of supply under a contract in respect of a supply exceeds Rs. 2,50,000/-. For determining value of supply for TDS under GST, taxes leviable under GST shall be excluded.

    When is TDS under GST required to be deposited with government?

    TDS is required to be deposited with government by 10th of next month in which TDS is liable to be deducted. Form GSTR7 is used to pay TDS under GST via online GST portal. For example, if TDS is deducted in on 1st of January, 2019, then due date of deposit same with government is 10th February, 2019.

    Which returns are filed for TDS under GST?

    GSTR 7 is used by deductor to file return of TDS under GST. Due date of filing return of TDS under GST in form GSTR 7 is 10th of next month. Form GSTR 7 consists of details pertaining to deductor and deductee, period for which return is filed, amount paid to deductee, amount of TDS, details of interest and late fee (if applicable) and refund claimed among other things.

    How certificate of deduction for TDS under GST is issued?

    TDS Certificate is issued by deductor (person liable to deduct and deposit tax) to deductee (supplier whose payment is deducted as a TDS & deposited with government to his credit) in Form 7A. Form 7A is issued through GST portal within 5 days of depositing tax.
    Form 7A consists of details of deductee & deductee, contract value, amount paid, rate of deduction among other things.
    Late fee is applicable for not furnishing TDS certificate in Form 7A at the rate of Rs. 100/- per day starting from the day after expiry of 5 days as above mentioned till the time failure continues, subject to a maximum of Rs. 5,000/.

    What is late fee for default in furnishing return of TDS under GST?

    Late fee at the rate of Rupees 100 per day subject to a maximum of Rupees 5000 is liable to be paid for default in furnishing TDS Return of any month calculated from the day immediately succeeding the due date. If TDS under GST is paid after due date of same, interest at the rate of 18% per annum is also applicable for the period under default.

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    A private limited company is recognized by law as an artificial legal person which has the privileges, rights & obligations of its own. It can contract, sue or be sued

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    Documents for Online Registration of GST


    PAN of Directors/Subscribers to Memorandum


    ID Proof of Directors/ Subscribers to Memorandum – DL/Voter ID/ Passport (Any one)


    Address Proof of Directors/ Subscribers to Memorandum – Latest 2 month – Telephone/Mobile/Electricity bill/Bank Statement (Any one)


    Photo of Directors/ Subscribers to Memorandum


    Email ID of Directors/Subscribers to Memorandum


    Mobile Number of Directors/Subscribers to Memorandum


    Place of Business Address Proof with NOC (Ownership/ Rent Agreement/ Lease deed/ Consent Letter


    Electricity bill of place of business (Latest 2 months)


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