At Online lekha Jokha we have a team of qualified professionals who can assist our clients in implementing and maintaining accounting systems to deal with GST in the most efficient manner. We can also assist you to address specific GST issues as and when they arise.

Since the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), we have worked with our clients on the complexities of the GST legislation. We advise you on matters that are complex and critical to your business so that you are ready for the complex laws.

  • GST is not only a tax issue; it is also a business management issue.
  • GST can have a major impact on a business’ cash flow, pricing strategy, IT requirements and staff training.

Service Related Matters

  • Rate of tax
  • Time & place of supply
  • Valuations
  • Costing
  • Pricing and working capital
  • Availability of credit of GST
  • Revenue & Procurement stream
  • Enabling business engagement
  • Facilitating business readiness
  • Training the executives and finance officers.
  • Other statutory compliances

Requirements for Getting Expert GST Advisory

  • Documents Required for GST Registration

    GST Advisory

    • Information on the Business Model Structure
    • Information on the Key related Issues
    • On the basis on your specific requirements we provide you the requirement list

Get the Expert Advise

  • Step 1

    Submit your details in the form provided above

  • Step 2

    Our Expert team will get in touch with you on the given contact details.

  • Step 3

    Define the specific requirements of the business

  • Step 4

    Complete Guidance will be provided by our team in implementation, maintenance and integration of GST with the business requirements

Frequently Asked Questions

Inter-state self-supplies such as stock transfers, branch transfers or consignment sales shall be taxable under IGST even though such transactions may not involve payment of consideration. Every supplier is liable to register under the GST law in the State or Union territory from where he makes a taxable supply of goods or services or both in terms of Section 22 of the CGST Act. However, intra-state self-supplies are not taxable subject to not opting for registration as business vertical.

Yes. As per Sl. No.1 of Schedule-I, permanent transfer or disposal of business assets where input tax credit has been availed on such assets shall constitute a supply under GST even where no consideration is involved.

The time of supply of voucher in respect of goods and services shall be;
a) the date of issue of voucher, if the supply is identifiable at that point; or
b) the date of redemption of voucher in all other cases.

Yes. where the post-supply discount is established as per the agreement which is known at or before the time of supply and where such discount specifically linked to the relevant invoice and the recipient has reversed input tax credit attributable to such discount, the discount is allowed as admissible deduction under Section 15 of the CGST Act.

Tthe value of supply shall be the difference between the selling price and the purchase price and where the value of such supply is
negative, it shall be ignored

Input Tax Credit as self-assessed in monthly returns will be reflected in the ITC Ledger. The credit in this ledger can be used to make payment of TAX ONLY and no other amounts such as interest, penalty, fees etc.

Yes, it includes taxes paid on input goods, input services and capital goods. Credit of tax paid on capital goods is permitted to be availed in one instalment.

In case of domestic supply: If the recipient is registered, the location of such person shall be the place of supply.
However, if the recipient is not registered, the place of supply shall be the place where the goods are handed over for transportation (section 12 of the IGST Act.
For international supplies: The place of supply of transport
services, other than the courier services, shall be the destination of goods. For courier, the place of supply of services is where goods are handed over to courier. However, if the courier services are performed even partially in India, the place of supply shall be deemed as India (section 13(3), 13(6) and 13(9) of the IGST Act).

The taxable person may issue the debit/credit note(s) or a supplementary invoice within 30 days of the price revision.
In case where the price is revised downwards the taxable person will be allowed to reduce his tax liability only if the recipient of the invoice or credit note has reduced his ITC corresponding to such reduction of tax liability–section 142(2).