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Recording Interstate Sales (Chandigarh)

You can record interstate sales for Chandigarh at different CST rates against Form C, depending on the transaction scenario. This topic mentions about the scenarios and applicable CST rates to be charged for the interstate sales.

Interstate sales at 0% against Form C

Interstate sales have to be taxed at 0% CST rate against Form C when:

     It is transit transaction against Form E2.

     The goods are taxed at 0% under section 8(5) of CST Act read with section 8(4) (against Form C).

To record such sales, the following enhancements are introduced:

     Nature of transaction - Interstate Sales Exempt - With Form C is provided.

     The option Is under CST exemption is provided. After selecting the Form to receive as Form C, you can set this option to:

o     Yes, if the goods are taxed at 0% when purchased against Form C. In the Form 15 report, the text Under exemption appears when this option is set to Yes.

o     No, if the transaction is against Form E1/E2. In the Form 15 report, the text Subsequent of E1/E2 appears when this option is set to No.

To record an interstate sales invoice against Form C

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally > Accounting Vouchers > F8: Sales.

2.    Enter the reference number in Ref. field.

3.    Select the party ledger in the field Party's A/c Name.

4.    Set the option Is Against C Form? to Yes in Party Details screen. This option appears only when the State selected is other than Chandigarh.

5.    Select the sales ledger predefined with the nature of transaction Interstate Sales Exempt - With Form C.

6.    Select the required stock items.

7.    Set the option Provide VAT Details? to Yes. In the Statutory Details screen

o     Enter the sale details.

o     Select C Form in Statutory Details screen.

o     Set the option Is under CST exemption to Yes/No as applicable.

o     Press Enter to save and return to sales invoice.

The sales invoice appears as shown below:

8.    Press Enter to save.

Interstate sales @ 2% against Form C

To record an interstate sales invoice against Form C

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally > Accounting Vouchers > F8: Sales.

2.    Enter the reference number in Ref. field.

3.    Select the party ledger in Party's A/c Name option.

4.    Set the option Is Against C Form? to Yes in Party Details screen. This option appears only when the state selected is other than Chandigarh.

5.    Select a common sales ledger in which the option Is VAT/CST Applicable? is set to Applicable, and Set/Alter VAT Details? is disabled.

6.    Select the required stock items.

7.    Enter Quantity and Rate for each stock item.

8.    Select the common CST ledger. If the option Is Against C Form? is set to Yes in Party Details screen, the tax gets calculated at 2% CST rate irrespective of the tax rates defined in the inventory or accounting masters.

9.    Set the option Provide VAT Details to Yes to view the Statutory Details screen.

10.  Enter the C Form details. The Statutory Details screen appears as shown below:

11.  Press Enter to return to sales invoice. The sales invoice appears as shown below:

12.  Press Enter to save.

Interstate Sales at Multiple CST Rates

To record an interstate sales invoice for items attracting multiple CST rates

1.    Go to Gateway of Tally > Accounting Vouchers > F8: Sales.

2.    Enter the reference number in Ref. field.

3.    Select the party ledger in Party's A/c Name option.

4.    Set the option Is Against C Form? to No in Party Details screen. This option appears only when the state selected is other than Chandigarh.

5.    Select a common sales ledger in which the option Is VAT/CST Applicable? is set to Applicable, and Set/Alter VAT Details? is disabled.

6.    Select the required stock items whose VAT rates are specified either at the stock group or stock item level. Enter Quantity and Rate for each stock item.

7.    Select the common CST ledger.

8.    Set the option Provide VAT Details to Yes to view the Statutory Details screen.

9.    Provide additional sales details as shown below:

10.  Press Enter to return to sales invoice.

11.  Click A: Tax Analysis to display the Tax Analysis screen.

12.  Click F1: Detailed to view the names of stock items. The Tax Analysis screen appears as shown below:

13.  Press Esc to return to sales invoice. The sales invoice appears as shown below:

14.  Press Enter to save.