Letter of Undertaking/LUT in GSTis prescribed to be furnished in the form GST RFD 11 under rule 96 A, whereby the exporter declares that he or she will fulfill all the requirements that are prescribed under GST while exporting without making IGST payment.
GSTR 9 is an annual return to be filed yearly by taxpayers registered under the Goods and Services Tax (GST). It consists of details regarding the outward and inward supplies made or received under different tax heads. GSTR-9C is a statement of reconciliation between GSTR-9 and the audited annual financial statement.
GST Notices can be of many types- Show cause notice, Demand notice and scrutiny notice to mention a few.Notices under GST are communications by the GST Authorities. These are sent to the taxpayers specifically to remind or caution them of any defaults being noticed, specifically for not following the GST laws. In other cases, notices can be sent out just to collect more information from the taxpayer. Few cases where tax authorities send out notices are – where any movement of goods/ provision of services occurs without coming under tax lens or taxpayers operate suspiciously. GST authorities act based on any hints collected on verifying the taxpayer’s GST Returns or received from another Government department or from any third parties . A notice can be called by different names like show cause notice (SCN), scrutiny notice or the demand notices, depending upon each case- the purpose or gravity of default or action required from the taxpayer. The common grounds for receiving notices under GST are lapses on the part of the taxpayers such as not registering under GST when otherwise required under law, non-filing or any delay in filing of GST returns, non-payment of GST or short payment of GST, excess Input tax credit claims, etc. A taxpayer must promptly act or reply to notices within the time limit specified in such notice. Any failure to do so can land the taxpayer in a legal soup. In such eventuality, the authorities can proceed to prosecution or consider that as a willful default and charge penalty.
Usually when the GST paid is more than the GST liability a situation of claiming GST refund arises, There are many cases where refund can be claimed. Here are some of them – Excess payment of tax is made due to mistake or omission.Dealer Exports (including deemed export) goods/services under claim of rebate or Refund
ITC accumulation due to output being tax exempt or nil-rated
Finalization of provisional assessment