How to submit GST VAT Refund grievance to the Department of Trade and Taxes

Online DVAT/DGST Refund Grievance

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Registered taxpayers who are eligible for filing the refund application under the VAT/GST Act can apply for a refund grievance to Delhi Goods and Services Tax and to the Department of Trade and Taxes in such a case where a refund has not been issued within the stipulated time period as specified under the relevant Act and Rules or GST Refund application has been canceled by the proper officer by issuing GST RFD-08.

Steps to file GST VAT Refund grievance to the Department of Trade and Taxes: –

Step 1:

Visit the DVAT.GOV.IN Grievance page. Click Here.

GST Refund calculations and associated critical Issues

Step 2:

Enter the particulars in order to provide the refund application detail to the Delhi Goods and Services Tax and to the Department of Trade and Taxes

ParticularsEnter details
Refund pertains to DVAT or DGST (This detail is mandatory in nature)Either select “DVAT” or “DGST” as per the applicability.
Taxpayer Name – Mandatory fieldEnter the exact name as appears on the GST/DVAT certificate.
Ward No. – Mandatory fieldEnter the Ward No. as mentioned on your registration certificate of the relevant Act – DVAT/ DGST
User TypeUsers can select TaxpayerEmployeeAdvocateCA
Refund amount claimedSpecify the amount of refund applied under the relevant Act or Rule
Refund application periodApplicants can select the refund application period range from months to quarter to year as applicable to them. Select accordingly.
Date of refund applicationThe applicant has to specify the original date of filing the refund application to Delhi Goods and Services Tax and to the Department of Trade and Taxes
Details of deficiency memo/ GST RFD-03 IssuedIf the Proper office has communicated to you any discrepancy by issuing GST RFD-03, specify here
Details of SCN issued/ GST RFD-08 IssuedIf available or applicable, relevant details are to be mentioned here. Under RFD-08 either whole or any part of the refund might have been inadmissible by the proper officer.
Grievance descriptionApplicant can enter their grievance to the extent of 250 words. There is no option for attaching the documents/ supporting evidence.

Relevant Links

Communication between GST Buyers and Suppliers on the GST portal

Analysis and Reconciliation of GST Liability and Input Tax Credit

Rule 36(4) Adjustment of Total Shortfall of Input Tax Credit

All about Reverse Charge Mechanism – RCM under GST

Non-Transmission of Export Invoices, IGST Refund got stuck due to SB errors

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