GST Tip – 139

In Annex – 7 of GSTR – 9B, a reconciliation statement for the TDS deducted as per the deductor and as per the financial statements has to be furnished along with the reasons if there are any differences for all the taxes under GST wherever TDS is applicable.


GST Tip – 138

In Annex 6 of GSTR – 9b, the taxpayer has to provide a reconciliation statement between the tax deposited through challans and tax deposit in the books of accounts along with reasons for all the applicable taxes under GST.

GST Tip – 129

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.

GST Tip – 128

Similar to the sales details shown in the Income Sheet of GSTR -9B, inward supplies have to be shown in Expenditure sheet along with the unit of measure and quantity. Also, reconciliation has to be provided for expenditure as per the P & L at the legal entity level and expenses at the state level basis of accounting head.

GST Tip – 126

Along with the annual return GSTR – 9, the taxpayer has to file the reconciliation statements in GSTR – 9B. The format of the reconciliation statements is given in xls and it has 16 sheets apart from the declaration from the Statutory Auditor. The format of the GSTR – 9B -


GST Tip -123

In GSTR-9, a reconciliation statement has to be furnished month wise for the taxes paid and payable as per the audited financial statements. The reconciliation statement will show the if there is any difference for the tax payable and paid along with the interest and penalty. This information will be shown in Section 7 of GSTR – 9.

GST Tip – 121

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.