Consolidated credit/debit Notes will be allowed under GST

By | July 11, 2018
(Last Updated On: July 12, 2018)

Consolidated credit/debit Notes will be allowed under GST  : proposed GST Amendment

Govt is going to Amend Section 34 of CGST act 2017.

At present, a credit/debit note which is issued by the registered person is required to be issued
invoice-wise. This causes avoidable compliance burden for tax payers. Thus, it is proposed
to allow issuance of consolidated credit/debit which is in line with the best international practices.

The amendment seeks to permit a registered person to issue consolidated credit / debit notes
in respect of multiple invoices issued in a Financial Year without linking the same to individual invoices.

Refer Draft Proposal for Amendments in GST Laws Released 09.07.18

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