In section 3.2 of GSTR – 3B, outward supplies of inter-State supplies made to unregistered persons, composition taxable persons and UIN holders have to be shown at a summary level along with the taxable value, tax amount by place of supply wise.
In Section 3.1 of GSTR – 3B, details of the outwards supplies along with the inwards supplies on which reverse charge is applicable has to be shown. It should be shown in summary format for the above supplies with the taxable value for each category along with the tax amounts. Outward supplies for Zero Rated, Nil Rated and exempted supplies have to be shown separately in the same section.
As per the GST Return Formats, In table 5 of GSTR – 1, all inter-state outward supplies to B2C has to be shown here. Columns for Recipient’s State Code, Name of the Recipient, HSN Code, Classification of the line as the supply of Goods or Service and Tax paid on the Provisional basis.
Summary details for the differences between the Annual Return and as per the Published Financial Statements for the outward supplies for Tax Liabilities on Interstate supplies, Intrastate Supplies, Exports, Sales returns, and Supplies liable for Reverse Charge along with remarks in Annex 3 of GSTR – 9B.
In Annexure 1 of GSTR -9B, the taxpayer has to furnish a reconciliation statement for the outward supplies made in a particular state to the financial statements with the following details, supplies made under barter, supplies to related parties, transactions carried out as a pure agent or money exchanger and other supplier notified by the State and the Central Government from time to time, all these details should be provided in Section A of Annexure -1.
Annual Return GSTR – 9 has to be prepared, from the audited results of the tax taxpayers. A reconciliation statement for the inward supplies and outward supplies for each registration number along with expenses for each GSTIN (GST registration number) basis of the audited financial statements has to be filed.
A Non-resident taxable person has to file the GSTR-5 return showing all the details of inward supplies, outward supplies along with any interest or penalty, fees or any other amount liable.