Join our free webinar on Latest controversies in GST – Sec 16(4), Rule 36(4) and Sec 50 – How to handle notices, By CA Ranjan Mehta
Latest controversies in GST – Sec 16(4), Rule 36(4) and Sec 50 – How to handle notices
CE learning is organizing a webinar on notices issued by the department. There are bulk notices for Sec 16(4), Rule 36(4) and Sec 50. In this webinar CA Ranjan Mehta will discuss the about, How to handle these notices.
Recently the tax practitioners and taxpayers were shocked in GST by various kinds of notices such as Sec 16(4) restricting the ITC on late-filed returns, Sec 50(1) levying the interest on a gross basis, Rule 36(4) restricting the credit of Invoice not appearing in GSTR-2A. In this webinar, CA Ranjan Mehta brings you the legal background of these provisions and also how to reply to the authorities.
About the speaker:
CA Ranjan Mehta is a Fellow Chartered Accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and currently the proprietor of M/s Ranjan Mehta & Associates. His area of specialization includes Indirect taxes, especially GST, Excise, VAT, and Service Tax. He is a faculty for GST. He has presented more than 100 papers on GST at various levels of ICAI, trade bodies, corporate seminars.
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