As per Notification No 62/2017 – Central Tax, the last date of filing of Form GSTR – 6 by a taxable person registered as Input Service Distributor, has to file the returns for the month of July 2017 by 31st Dec 2017.
As per the Draft Input Tax Credit Rules, the Input Service Distributor will issue an ISD invoice clearly indicating on the invoice that it is issued only for distribution of input tax credit.
The input service distributor (ISD) will distribute the credit to all the recipients where the inputs are consumed on pro rata on the basis of the turnover. The recipient can be registered under GST or not registered under GST or engaged in making exempt supply.
Every registered tax payer under GST has to file an annual return called GSTR – 9. This return has to be filed by every tax payer expect by the ISD (input service distributor) by 31st of December of the next year. Say for example Annual return for FY 2016 -17 has to be filed by 31st December of 2017.
Input Service Distributor has to file a return known as GSTR – 6 every month within 13 days from the end of the month. It will contain all the taxes invoices issued during the month along with the input credit received details during the month.
GSTR – 4A is a return in which all the inward supplies of the Composition Tax Payer are auto-populated from the outward supplies of the tax payers who supplied goods and services to the Composition Tax Payer. The data is auto populated from the supplier GSTR – 1 GSTR – 7. Surprisingly the data does not come from GSTR – 6(Input Service Distributor’s return) & GSTR – 8 (Return filed by e-commerce operator). Need more clarity on this.
GSTR – 2A data will be auto-populated based on the data filed in GSTR – 1(outward supplies return filed by the supplier), GSTR – 6 (Quarterly return filed by the Input Service Distributor), GSTR – 7 (Monthly return filed by the Tax Deductor) & GSTR – 8 ( Monthly return filed by the tax collector at source (e-commerce operator) in various tables.