All in one GST software for your Practice

Single Software that connects CAs/ Tax Professionals, Customers & Vendors

Access from any device, anytime, anywhere

Simple integration with ERPs like Tally, SAP, etc.

Client can download status and acknowledgement

Separate login for each client.

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Features

Create Client Login and Enterprise login

Client can simply upload their invoices on our GST software

Separate login facility for each client

Client can download their return status and acknowledgement.

Auto Computation of Liability

Get all detailed GST liabillity calculation from our software

All Input calculation and reversals can be done from the software itself

Pay your GST liability directly from the software

Centralised repository of your customers, vendors and invoices

Create master of your customers and vendors easily accessible from anywhere anytime and from any device.

Overcome your problem of searching invoices at the filing of filing returns

Simply upload all your invoice entries by excel or generate invoice from our software.

Store all your data on our software

File all your GST Returns

File all your GST returns from one place

All GST Return forms (GSTR-1 to GSTR-11), GST Reconciliation Statement, Challan Forms (PMT-1 to PMT-6), Refund Forms (RFD01 – RFD10) and invoice formats available

Integrate / Upload, Transform, Post, Reconcile, eSign and Process Returns for GSTR 1 to 11

FAQ's

  • What is GST? +
  • GST is a tax levied only on value-addition at each stage, and a set-off is available on the purchase of goods and services as against the supply of goods and services. Thus, it is a consumption-based tax, i.e. the final consumer will bear only the GST charged by the last dealer in the supply chain, with set-off benefits at all the previous stages.

  • What are the Rates of GST? +
  • The items are divided into 5 categories under the following rates:- 0%, 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%. Few exempts are also made. The information can be found at:- http://www.cbec.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/gst/gst_rates_approved%20_by_gst_council%20_11.06.2017.pdf

  • How can payment be done? +
  • Payment can be done by the following methods: i. Electronic Cash Ledger ii. Electronic Credit Ledger

  • Is GST charged on exported goods and services? +
  • No, GST is a consumption based tax. Because the place of consumption is outside India there is no GST on exported goods and services.

  • Who has to register under GST?+
  • A business whose aggregate turnover in a financial year exceeds Rs. 20lakhs(Rs. 10 lakhs for North-Eastern States) has to mandatorily register under Goods and Services Tax. Aggregate turnover is the combined value of all taxable and non-taxable supplies, exempt supplies, and export of goods and services of a person with the same PAN.

  • What is Composition Scheme?+
  • Composition scheme is a scheme which will be instrumental in enabling small taxpayers to reduce the burden of compliance. When opting for the Composition Scheme under GST, a taxpayer will be required to file summarized returns on a quarterly basis, instead of three monthly returns (as applicable for normal businesses).

  • What are the mandatory fields of a GST invoice?+
  • i. Invoice number and date ii. Customer name iii. Shipping and billing address iv. Customer and taxpayer’s GSTIN v. Place of supply vi. HSN code vii. Taxable value and discounts viii. Rate and amount of taxes i.e. CGST/ SGST/ IGST ix. Item details i.e. description, unit price, quantity

  • Who can opt for a Composition Scheme?+
  • Under the current scenario, a small taxpayer has to act very consciously if he chooses to get registered under the composition scheme.Businesses that are dealing in goods only (except Restaurants) and whose turnover is less than Rs.75 lakhs are eligible for Composition Scheme. The rate of Tax for them is 1% for manufacturers, 2.5% for restaurant sector and 0.5% for other suppliers.

  • What are the Drawbacks of opting for a Composition Scheme?+
  • Drawbacks of Composition Scheme are listed below: i. No input tax credit allowed ii. E-Commerce Businesses are not allowed under Composition Scheme iii. It is allowed only on Limited businesses, i.e. those that do not deal in inter-state trade or imports or exports of goods. iv. Businesses are not allowed to collect tax from customers, hence, the tax goes out of their own pocket.

  • If someone trades only 0% GST items (grains, pulses) then is it necessary to register for GST, if the turnover exceeds Rs.20 lacks?+
  • A person dealing with 100% exempted supply is not liable to register irrespective of turnover

  • What is the status regarding TDS?+
  • It may be noted that as per the notification issued by the government on 26th June 2017, the provisions of TDS has been put on hold and it will come into force from a date which will be communicated later

  • Whether a separate GSTIN would be allotted to a registered person for deducting TDS (he has PAN and TAN as well)?+
  • Separate registration as tax deductor is required.

  • When is invoice to be issued to customers?+
  • Following are the due dates for issuing an invoice to customers:
    i. Supply of Goods (Normal case)- On or before date of removal/ delivery
    ii. Supply of Goods (Continuous Supply)- On or before date of issue of account statement/ payment
    iii. Supply of Services (General case)- within 30 days of supply of services
    iv. Supply of Services (Banks & NBFCs)- within 45 days of supply of services

  • What is GST Compensation Cess?+
  • GST Compensation Cesswill apply on all supplies of goods and services, including imports and reverse charge supplies. The purpose is to compensate States for loss of revenue on implementation of GST. This will be applicable for 5 years from the date GST gets implemented.GST Compensation Cess will be levied and collected at a rate which will be notified later

  • What is Reverse charge?+
  • The aim of reverse charge is to bring unorganized sector into the tax umbrella. It also removes the burden of tax compliance from individuals with limited resources to large companies with enough resources.

  • Will Input tax credit be available on reverse charge?+
  • Tax paid on reverse charge basis will be available for input tax credit if such goods and/or services are used, or will be used, for business. The service recipient (i.e., who pays reverse tax) can avail input tax credit.

  • Will GST Compensation Cess be applicable on Reverse Charge?+
  • GST Compensation Cess will also be applicable on reverse charge.

  • What are the Goods and Services on which Reverse Charge is applicable?+
  • Reverse charge on goods http://www.cbec.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/gst/Notification-for-reverse-charge-CGST.pdf and services http://www.cbec.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/gst/Notification13-CGST.pdf

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Pricing

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4000
  • 10 user
  • unlimited company
  • Unlimited invoice
  • 20 client login
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