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Supply of Service by an Indian Consultant to its Foreign Principal whose customers who are located in India.

Question. Our valuable client is a professional services engineer based in India. He provides professional services to a company based outside India. But the services are provided mostly within India to the clients of the foreign company present in India. The foreign company has a representative office at Bangalore ( not a registered office). The office is taken on rent by the foreign company and just serves the address of communication for its Indian clients. Our client gets a monthly remuneration by way of professional fees based on the invoice raised by him in India in INR. The foreign company credits our client’s bank account every month with the professional fee amount  which is converted by our client’s bank in India currency. Additionally our client also provides professional services to other Asia Pacific nations on behalf of the same foreign company.

Will this be considered as export of services by our Indian client and will he able to claim the benefit of “Zero rated supply” under the present GST regime? 

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I am rendering professional services to a company based in US.
Services are provided mostly within India to the clients of the US company, services are also rendered outside India. Exact nature of service is ERP Support and all configuration changes are done on client server located in US.

Whether GST is applicable on such services?

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Hi ,We are a company based out side India and we also give service for Overseas customer as well.

My query is should we raise Invoice with GST tax as per Indian Act since the service provided is in India and billed to Aus office.

Secondly in what currency should I always raise Invoice in INR or Dollars?

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Sir/Madam,

We represent a foreign company in India. We provide services by helping them procure orders from companies both in India and China. Order is placed directly by Indian Companies and Chinese Companies on our principal and goods are also sent directly from the seller to the buyer. Once the order is completed and the payment is received by my principal we issue them an invoice and they remit us the money in foreign currency. Will this amount be considered as an export of service or will I have to pay GST on it (even for those amounts received for orders from Chinese companies) ? Also, if the amount of commission received is less than 20 lacs then do I still I have to register and pay GST?

Thank you for your time.

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I am rendering professional services to a company based in US.
Services are provided mostly within India to the clients of the US company, services are also rendered outside India
Whether GST is applicable on such services?

If Yes, Whether IGST or CGST/SGST applicable??

I am receiving fixed monthly fees from US company, how do I segregate IGST and CGST/SGST

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I provide Engineering Advisory Services (Service Code 998311) to a Client based outside India. The services pertain to a project based in India. I get a remuneration by way of professional fees based on the invoice raised to the foreign in USD.

Will this be considered as export of services and will I br able to claim the benefit of “Zero rated supply” under the present GST regime?

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I am a professional services engineer based in India. I provides professional services to a company based outside India. But the services are provided mostly within India to the clients of the foreign company present in India. The foreign company has a representative office at Mumbai (not a registered office). The office is taken on rent by the foreign company and just serves the address of communication for its Indian clients. Our client gets a monthly remuneration by way of professional fees based on the invoice raised by him in India in INR. The foreign company credits our client’s bank account every month with the professional fee amount which is converted by our client’s bank in India currency. Additionally our client also provides professional services to other Asia Pacific nations on behalf of the same foreign company.

Will this be considered as export of services by our Indian client and will he able to claim the benefit of “Zero rated supply” under the present GST regime? In Addition Do I need to apply/charge any tax (for Services rendered) on the Services Invoiced to this foreign principal
Rgds.
Gohar A.J.S
09811755446

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My question is same as mentioned above by Mr. Rachit

1. A person is an Indian agent for a Foreign Principle company.
2. Foreign company is selling goods to Indian Companies whom the agent proposes.
3. The goods are purchased by Indian compnies in USD/EURO.

4. I am getting agent commission on the invoice made for indian company from the foreign company on foreign currency basis and it is remitted through a Foreign Inward Remittance Certificate (FIRC) method.

Will it attract GST. if so what is the %. And if yes then is there any drawback for the same ?

Regards
Gohar
09811755446

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Sir I have a Courier & Air cargo shipping company based in india.
We give service of freight brokerage or Services of air cargo shipment to various destination and bill it to Dest Vendor for paying back , in that we charge GST but they refused to pay .. Is this mandatory that we need to pay in india or any other way we can claim back.
And overseas company dont pay 18%service tax for GST. On the basis of this kindly confirm.

Your prompt reply will be highly appreciated

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I provide consultancy services to a companies based outside India. I get a monthly remuneration by way of professional fees based on the invoice raised to the foreign in USD/ AED . The foreign companies credits my bank account every month with the professional fee amount which is converted by my bank in India currency.

Will this be considered as export of services and will I br able to claim the benefit of “Zero rated supply” under the present GST regime?

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