All posts in "GST"

What Kind of Technology does a Composite Dealer Need?


Businesses with the turnover of up to 1.5 Crores or lesser can opt for the Composition Scheme, as per the GST Council. Only manufacturers of goods, dealers, and restaurants (not serving alcohol) can opt for the scheme. These types of businesses are not required to file their GST returns on a monthly basis. Rather, they […]


E-Way Bill Generation using Tally.ERP 9

last month

Update: As per a tweet from the official Twitter handle of the GST Council on the evening of 1st Feb,2018, it has been decided to extend the trial phase for generation of e-way bill, both for inter and intra-State movement of goods, in view of the difficulties faced by businesses in generating the e-way bill […]


Generate Correct GST Invoices using Tally.ERP 9

last month

Every business wants to be GST compliant and a key prerequisite for this is to be able to generate correct GST invoices. This again is based on a key principle of GST, which is invoice matching. Every business is expected to upload details of each and every invoice on the GST portal. Thereby it is […]


Tax Consultants: Do you Still have Clients who do Manual Billing?

a couple of months ago

Note: This blog post is meant for tax practitioners and tax consultants. Even business owners will find this post interesting. Many businesses in India have been used to recording bills in a manual way. This continues to this date even though the country has moved on to the digital era. Considering the fact that the […]


What is UIN?

a few months ago

After the implementation of GST, you would have come across the term UIN being mentioned along with GSTIN. In Form GSTR-1 also, you would have noticed that details of supplies to UIN holders needs to be provided.  In this blog, let us understand what is UIN and to whom it is applicable. UIN (Unique Identity […]


8 Reasons to Shift from Manual Accounting to Computerized Accounting

a few months ago

Introduction There is one key aspect which business owners have been typically neglecting over the years, which needs to be computerized just like the rest of the business. Yes, we are talking about the language of business – accounting. Just like how language is the backbone of communication, accounting is the backbone of the business. […]


5 Steps to Make GST Returns Filing Easier

a few months ago

Introduction The GST regime is very different from the previous indirect tax regime, in more ways than one. However, the biggest difference is in the nature of compliance, which has undergone a major change. In the previous regime, it was not mandatory for a buyer or supplier to reconcile their invoices before filing onto the […]


The Best Way to File GSTR1 Returns

a few months ago

Introduction The GST filing period has begun! “How do I and my tax consultant file GST returns for my business?” – is the one question that is likely to linger on top in your head, among others. This blog suggests the best method for filing returns accurately. Let us begin by making a note of […]


Actions for submitting GSTR-2

a few months ago

In our previous blog, we discussed what is GSTR-2 and the relevance of GSTR-2A with GSTR-2. We also understood that auto-populated details of inward supplies from GSTR-2A will be available in GSTR-2. Though the details are auto-populated, you are required to prepare the return before submitting it. The preparation here refers to a reconciliation of […]


What is GSTR-2 and GSTR-2A

a few months ago

The extension of due dates to file GSTR-1, GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 of July 2017 is a welcome move, as it provides an additional time for businesses to prepare the accurate returns for better compliance. Now, the businesses are required to file GSTR-1 by 10th October 2017, GSTR-2 by 31st October 2017 and GSTR-3 by 10th […]

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