e-Ledger is a GST passbook in electronic form. All GST registrants can access these e-ledgers through the GST portal. The e-ledgers include the following information: electronic credit ledger.
● The amount of GST deposited in cash to the government is recorded in an electronic cash ledger.
● Input Tax Credit (ITC) balance available in electronic credit ledger
What exactly is an Electronic Cash Ledger (ECL)?
This is similar to an e-wallet. Any GST payment made in cash or by bank transfer is recorded in the Electronic Cash Ledger. Following the deduction of Involvement Tax Credit (ITC), any remaining tax liability must be paid using the balance in the Electronic Cash Ledger. Mr. A, for example of Rs 35,000 on purchases. His Electronic Cash Ledger balance is Nil.
The GST liability of Rs. 15,000 must be paid in cash or by bank transfer. Mr. A will make a deposit of Rs. 15,000. This will be reflected in Mr.Electronic A’s Cash Ledger. The remaining balance in the ledger will be used to pay GST. E-Ledgers are subject to GST.
The balance in the Electronic Cash Ledger is used to pay the GST liability. This is how it appears on the GST Portal when offsetting GST liability.
What exactly is an Electronic Credit Ledger (ECL)?
All eligible Input Tax Credit GST returns (GSTR-2 or GSTR-3B) is recorded in the Credit in the Electronic Cash Ledger can only be used to pay taxes. This means that the Electronic Credit Ledger balance cannot be used to pay interest, penalties, or late fees. Only actual cash payment can be used to pay interest and penalties. Specific order and limitations for using ITC (IGST, CGST, SGST) to pay GST liability:.
● The CGST credit cannot be used to pay the SGST. It is possible to set it off in the following order: CGST, IGST.
● Credit for SGST/UTGST cannot be used to pay CGST. The SGST can be deducted in the following order: SGST/UTGST, IGST.
What exactly is an Electronic Liability Ledger?
This ledger contains information about GST liability. The ledger records the total GST liability as well as how it was paid – in cash or by credit. The manner in which the GST liability is set off in the preceding example can be seen in the Electronic Liability Register. The GST Portal’s Electronic Liability Ledger looks like this: E-Ledgers are subject to GST. It is critical to have a basic understanding of these e-ledgers. These e-ledgers are accessible via the GST portal. works contract under gst When filing GSTR-3B, the balance of e-ledgers can also be imported into ClearTax GST Software.