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A method called “reverse charge” puts the responsibility of Goods and Services Tax (GST) on the consumer of the goods or services rather than the provider.

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The 50th meeting of the GST Council

At the 50th GST Council meeting, which occurred on July 11, 2023, the following decisions regarding the GST* reverse-charge method were made:
1. That farmers’ contributions of raw cotton, in

cluding kala cotton, to cooperat

ives would be subject to taxes under the reverse charge system.
2. That services provided to a firm in an individual or private capa city by a director will not be subject to RCM taxation. Upon notification from the CBIC, these decisions will take effect.

What is Reverse Charge Mechanism?

The fee or tax on supply is often paid by the seller of goods or services. Reverse charge reverses chargeability, meaning that the person who received the goods or services is now liable for collecting the tax.

By moving the onus of GST repayments to the recipient, the aim is to charge services imported (as the provider is headquartered outside India), expand the scope of tax levies on certain unorganized sectors, and eliminate some groups of suppliers.

The reverse charge method only applies to specific types of corporate business. Use the GST search tool to find a company constitution associated with any GST number.

When Do Reverse Charges Apply?
The reverse charge possibilities for intrastate transactions are governed by Sections 9(3), 9(4), and 9(5) of the Central GST Act and the State GST Acts. The Integrated GST Act’s sections 5(3), 5(4), and 5(5) also control the circumstances in which reverse charges are applied to interstate transactions. Let’s talk about these conditions in more detail:

A. Provision of certain products and services as directed by the CBIC

In accordance with the authority conferred by section 9(3) of the CGST Acts, the CBIC released a list of products and services that are subject to reverse charge.

To view the list of goods and services that are subject to reverse charge, click this link.

B. Supplying a registered dealer with goods from an unsettled dealer

The CGST Act’s Section 9(4) specifies that if

Reverse charge would be applicable if a vendor who is not registered for GST provided products to an individual who is registered for GST. This implies that the recipient, not the producer, will be responsible for paying the GST directly. The registered buyer is required to self-invoice for the purchases made and pay the GST under reverse charge.

Reverse charge method (customer relationship management) requires the buyer to pay both CGST and SGST on intrastate sales. Additionally, the buyer is responsible for pay the IGST in cases of interstate purchase. The list of products or services that are susceptible to this provision is periodically updated by the authorities.

The government encouraged the promoter in the industry of real estate to purchase inward supplies to the

up to 80% from suppliers that are solely registered. If the purchases from registered dealers fall short by 80%, the promoter is required to impose an 18% GST on the reverse charge, up to the amount that the inward supplies fall short of 80%. On the other hand, the promoter will have to pay 28% tax if he buys cement from an authorized source. The 80% calculation is not relevant to this calculation; it must be completed.

When TDR or floor space index (FSI) is issued on or after April 1, 2019, the promoter will be responsible for paying GST on a reverse charge basis. The transfer of rights to development by a landowner to the promoter, even if they do not frequently conduct land-related activity, is subject to GST since it is regarded as a supply of services under section seven of the CGST, or Act. Also, GST is levied at an 18% rate on the reverse charge in the situation that a developer passes TDR to an additional developer.

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