The Revised Model GST (Goods and Services Tax) Law has made provisions for the transfer of Input Tax Credit (ITC) and refunds. As per the GST Law, Input Tax Credit refers to the credit of GST paid on purchase of goods and services that can be set off against the output GST liability. The transfer of ITC and refunds is important for businesses to ensure that they do not end up paying more GST than they are liable to pay.
As per the Revised Model GST Law, the transfer of Input Tax Credit is allowed in the following situations:
The transfer of ITC can be done only if the transferee or acquirer has a valid GST registration. The transferee or acquirer can claim the transferred ITC in his GSTR-3B return for the month in which the transfer has been declared in FORM GST ITC-02.
Refunds under the Revised Model GST Law can be claimed in the following situations:
The refund application can be made in FORM GST RFD-01A. The refund amount will be credited to the bank account of the registered person. If the refund is not granted within 60 days from the date of application, interest at the rate of 6% per annum is payable to the registered person from the expiry of 60 days.
The transfer of ITC and refunds are important provisions under the Revised Model GST Law that enable businesses to maintain their financial health by ensuring that they do not pay more GST than they are liable to pay. Businesses need to be aware of these provisions to take advantage of them and ensure compliance with the GST Law.
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