If you are supplying goods or services on which TDS is being deducted under GST
Many TDS Registrants have complained that they are not able to view TDS certificate (Form GSTR-7A) after the return for TDS, Form GSTR-7 has been filed by them. It is brought to your notice that TDS certificate generation is dependent upon the deductee (Supplier to the department), accepting the tax deduction (made by a bonafide TDS Deductor) under “TDS and TCS Credit received” tab in Returns dashboard.
Since Form GSTR-7 has been implemented for the first time, it is visualized that in some cases, TDS deduction may be prone to errors. An intermediate step of either accepting or rejecting the amount, by deductee, will ensure that valid credit is credited to deductees’ cash ledger. Any inadvertent errors or inconsistencies can be rectified post rejection by the TDS deductee.
It is therefore brought to your notice that, if you are supplying goods or services on which TDS is being deducted under GST, please either accept or reject the credit, in return dashboard as stated above. If you accept the credit then the amount will be credited to your cash ledger and after this acceptance by you, the certificate will be generated and will be made available to TDS Deductors. If the credit is rejected by you, then it will flow back to TDS Deductor for correction.
For any clarifications or assistance, you may file a complaint or raise a ticket at https://selfservice.gstsystem.in
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