New Changes in GSTR-1: An Overview

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New Changes in GSTR-1:  An Overview

 

Table 14 and Table 15 are added in the GST Portal

– The GSTN has added two new tables in GSTR-1 starting from January 2024 onwards.

1.Table 14 – Supplies Made Through E-Commerce Operators (In this table, you can add details of taxable outward supplies made through e-commerce operator.)

2.Table 15 – Supplies under Section 9(5) of the CGST Act (In this table, you can add details of taxable outward supplies on which the e-commerce operator is liable to pay tax under Section 9(5) of the CGST Act.)

– In GSTR – 3B, Table 3.1.1 addresses supplies notified under Section 9(5) of the CGST Act, 2017.

This table requires suppliers and e-commerce operators (ECOs) to separately report supplies on which the e-commerce operator is liable to pay tax.

Previously, GSTR-1 did not have specific tables for reporting these transactions separately. As a result, Table 3.1.1 in GSTR-3B was not auto-filled due to the absence of corresponding reporting sections.

– Starting from January 2024, GSTR-1 has introduced Tables 14 and 15 specifically designed for reporting supplies on which e-commerce operators are liable to pay tax. This modification ensures accurate auto-filling of Table 3.1.1 in GSTR-3B for both suppliers and e-commerce operators

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