Goods and services tax

Every registered person needs to file many returns and forms within specified time frame failing of which results in payment of interest and penalties under respective provision of CGST Act, 2017. We have a dedicated GST Team to handle all compliances within due dates.
Our services
  • GST registration
  • Filing of monthly GST returns
  • Filing of final return and annual returns
  • Filing of letters of undertaking
  • Filing of all other Forms and declarations as required under GST law on GST common portal
Every registered person who is required to get his accounts audited under sub-section (5) of section 35 shall furnish the annual return along with a copy of the audited annual accounts and a reconciliation statement certified by a chartered accountant in Form GSTR-9 C.
During the early stages of the introduction of GST a lot of errors might have occurred at the time of filing of GST returns that should be resolved before the filing of an annual return and reconciliation statement in Form GSTR-9 C.
We have a dedicated GST Team who understands various practical challenges, identify common errors and possible resolutions thereof before filing of the annual return and reconciliation statement in Form GSTR-9 C.
Our services
  • Filing and preparation of annual return
  • Preparation of reconciliation statement between books of accounts and annual return in accordance with the GST Law
  • Auditing the books of accounts in accordance with the law
  • Certification of reconciliation statement in accordance with the law
  • Filing of reconciliation statement in Form-GSTR-9C on GST common portal
  • Possible resolutions for errors
As per section 116(1) of the GST Act, 2017, any person who is entitled or required to appear before a GST officer appointed under the Act, or the Appellate Authority or the Appellate Tribunal in connection with any proceedings under the Act, may, otherwise than when required under this Act to appear personally for examination on oath or affirmation, subject to the other provisions can appear by an authorized representative.

As per section 116(2) of the GST Act, 2017, the following persons can be appointed as an authorized representative i.e., someone authorized by the person to appear on the person’s behalf:

  • A relative or regular employee; or
  • An advocate who is entitled to practice in any court in India, and who has not been debarred from practicing before any court in India; or
  • Any chartered accountant, a cost accountant or a company secretary, who holds a valid certificate of practice and who has not been debarred from practice; or
  • A retired officer of the Commercial Tax Department of any state government or union territory or of the board who, during his service under the government, had worked in a post not below the rank than that of a Group-B gazette officer for a period of not less than two years: However, such officer shall not be entitled to appear before any proceedings under this Act for a period of one year from the date of his retirement or resignation; or
  • Any person who has been authorized to act as a goods and services tax practitioner on behalf of the concerned registered person.
  • Representation before GST authority with respect to assessment, search and seizure, summons and other notices
  • Representation before Appellate Authority with respect to appeal against order of GST officer
  • Representation before Appellate Authority with respect to revision request against order of GST officer
An applicant desirous of obtaining an advance ruling may make an application to the authority stating the question on which the advance ruling is sought. Generally, the can applicant approaches the authority for classification of any goods or services or both, admissibility of input tax credit of tax paid, whether the applicant is required to be registered or not, and for transactions to be undertaken or proposed transactions.
  • We assist the applicant for filing of application.
  • We guide the applicant for preparation of necessary documentation.
  • We help the applicant whether to apply for authority by analyzing each transaction.
  • We represent the applicant before the authority.
In order to encourage foreign trade, exports from the Indian government at both center and state-level have provided refund of GST paid on export of goods and services under the GST regime. We undertake cost benefit analysis, consider all other intricacies and suggest a better refund route.

The process of a refund claim includes the following procedure:

  • Filing of online refund application
  • Suggest system for generation of necessary documentation to prepare refund claim
  • Improve existing system for generation of necessary documentation
  • Assistance in gathering of all supporting documents
  • Preparation of necessary pre-documentation like annexure-A as required by law
  • Reconciliation between ITC claimed and ITC reflecting in GSTR-2A which involves identification of missed credit
  • Continuous follow up with the authorities to grant refund claim
GST advisory & opinions
Since the GST Act specifically excludes only a few transactions, every business transaction requires special attention and needs to be analyzed from a GST perspective.
  • Opinion on transactions to be undertaken by the client
  • Opinion on mergers and acquisition from GST perspective
  • Optimum and proper utilization of ITC
  • Providing value-added and optimal solutions to the client
  • Adherence and compliance with applicable GST provisions
  • Analysis of client specific issue and implication thereof under GST
  • Tax advice for new start-ups from GST perspective