GST Taxpayers can now withdraw their application for cancellation of registration (filed in Form REG-16) unless the tax officer has initiated action on it.
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Implementation of Rule-59(6) on GST Portal
Implementation of Rule-59(6) on GST Portal
Date : 26th August 2021
1. Rule-59(6) of CGST Rules, 2017; inserted vide Notification No. 1/2021 dated 1st January 2021, provides for restriction in filing of GSTR-1 in certain cases :
- a) a registered person shall not be allowed to furnish the details of outward supplies of goods or services or both under section 37 in
- , if he has not furnished the return in
- for preceding two months;
- b) a registered person, required to furnish return for every quarter under the proviso to sub-section (1) of section 39, shall not be allowed to furnish the details of outward supplies of goods or services or both under section 37 in
- or using the invoice furnishing facility, if he has not furnished the return in
- for preceding tax period;
2. This Rule will be implemented on GST Portal from 1st September, 2021. On implementation of the said Rule, the system will check that whether before the filing of GSTR-1/IFF of a tax-period, the following has been filed or not:
- a) GSTR-3B for the previous two monthly tax-periods (for monthly filers),
- b) GSTR-3B for the previous quarterly tax period (for quarterly filers), as the case may be. The system will restrict filing of GSTR-1/IFF till Rule-59(6) is complied with.
3. This check will operate on clicking the SUBMIT button of GSTR-1 and the system will give an error message if the condition of Rule-59(6) is not met. It may be noted that records which have been saved in GSTR-1 will remain saved and filing of such records will be permitted after Rule-59(6) is complied with.
4. Implementation of Rule-59(6) on the GST Portal will be completely automated, similar to the blocking & un-blocking of e-way bill as per Rule-138E and facility for filing of GSTR-1 will be restored immediately after filing of relevant GSTR-3B. No separate approval would be needed from the tax-officer to restore the facility for filing of GSTR-1.
5. To ensure no disruption in filing GSTR-1/IFF, taxpayers who have not filed their pending GSTR-3B, especially from period November 2020 and afterwards may do so at the earliest.
Thanking you ,
Advisory on HSN and GSTR-1 Filing
1.In accordance with Notification No. 78/2020 – Central Tax, dated October 15, 2020, taxpayers need to declare Harmonised System of Nomenclature (HSN) Code of Goods and Services supplied by them on raising of tax invoices, with effect from 1st April, 2021 on the below mentioned lines.
|Upto Rs. 5 crores
|Above Rs. 5 crores
2. It has been reported by few taxpayers that HSN used by them for reporting in GSTR-1 is not available in the table 12 HSN drop-down. They have further stated that they are facing issues in adding the required HSN details in table -12 and filing of statement of outward supplies in form GSTR-1 of July 2021. Further, in some JSON files, the HSN field is coming as blank from the offline tool, along with other errors as mentioned below:-
- 1)Processed with Error, In Progress or Received but pending
- 2)Duplicate Invoice Number found in payload please correct
3. To view the detailed advisory on the action to be taken by the taxpayers to resolve above issues, click on: https://tutorial.gst.gov.in/downloads/news/advisoryonhsnandgstr1.pdf
Thanking you ,
Date for filing application for revocation of cancellation of registration extended
In view of the notification 34/2021 -Central dated 29th Aug 2021, where the due date of filing of application for revocation of cancellation of registration falls between 1st March, 2020 to 31st August, 2021, the time limit for filing of application for revocation of cancellation of registration is extended to 30th September, 2021.
The benefit of said notification is extended to all the cases where cancellation of registration has been done under clause (b) or clause (c) of sub-section (2) of section 29 of the CGST Act, 2017 and where the due date of filing of application for revocation of cancellation of registration falls between 1st March, 2020 to 31st August, 2021.
It is further clarified that the benefit of notification would be applicable in those cases also where the application for revocation of cancellation of registration is either pending with the proper officer or has already been rejected by the proper officer.
Important changes related to QRMP Scheme implemented on the GST Portal for the taxpayers
Few important changes related to QRMP Scheme implemented on the GST Portal for the taxpayers are as given below:
A.Auto population of GSTR-3B liability from IFF and Form GSTR 1 : A taxpayer under QRMP Scheme can declare their liability through optional IFF for Month 1 and Month 2 of a quarter & Form GSTR-1 for Month 3 of that quarter. Declaration of liability in these forms would now be auto-populated in their Form GSTR-3B (Quarterly) for that quarter, based on their filed Form GSTR-1 and IFF. These fields are editable and in case their values are revised upwards or downwards, the edited field(s) would be highlighted in red colour and a warning message will be displayed to the taxpayer. However, the system would not prevent taxpayer from filing of Form GSTR-3B with edited values.
B.Nil filing of Form GSTR-1 (Quarterly) through SMS : Nil filing of Form GSTR-1 (Qtrly) through SMS has been enabled for taxpayers under QRMP Scheme. They can now file it by sending a message in specified format to 14409. The format of the message is < NIL > space < Return Type (R1) > space< GSTIN > space < Return Period (mmyyyy) > .
Example: NIL R1 07XXXXX1234H8Z6 062020 (where return period must be last month of the quarter)
However, NIL filing through SMS can’t be done in following scenarios:
•If IFF for Month 1 or 2 of a quarter is in Submitted stage, but not Filed.
•If invoices are Saved in IFF for Month 1 or 2 of a quarter, which was not submitted or filed by due date.
C.Impact of cancellation of registration on liability to file Form GSTR-1 : In case registration of a taxpayer under QRMP Scheme is cancelled, with effective date of cancellation being any date after 1st day of Month 1 of a quarter, they would be required to file Form GSTR-1 for the complete quarter, as the last applicable return. For example if the taxpayer’s registration is cancelled w.e.f. 1st of April, he/she is not required to file Form GSTR-1 for Apr-June quarter and Form GSTR-1 for Jan-Mar Quarter shall become the last applicable return. However, if the registration is cancelled on a later date during the quarter, the taxpayer would be required to file Form GSTR-1 for Apr-June quarter. In such cases the filing will become open on 1st of month following the month with cancellation date i.e. if cancellation has taken place on 20th May, Form GSTR-1 for Quarter Apr-June can be filed anytime on or after 1st of June.
D.For more details, please click on:
The above is for your information and necessary action please.
Module wise new functionalities deployed on the GST Portal for taxpayers
Various new functionalities are implemented on the GST Portal, from time to time, for GST stakeholders. These functionalities pertain to different modules such as Registration, Returns, Advance Ruling, Payment, Refund and other miscellaneous topics. Various webinars are also conducted as well informational videos prepared on these functionalities and posted on GSTNs dedicated YouTube channel for the benefit of the stakeholders.
To view module wise functionalities deployed on the GST Portal and webinars conducted/ Videos posted on our YouTube channel, refer to table below:
|Compilation of GSTN YouTube Videos posted from January-December, 2020