Unregistered persons can generate a Challan against the temporary ID allotted to them.
No, it is not allowed to make payment by book adjustment or debit to export scripts.
There are no geographical restrictions on banks for payments. You can make a GST payment in any other state even when your GSTIN is registered in a different state.
Transaction date will be the same as the payment date if the transaction is made between 00:00:01 hours to 23:59:59 hours (12:00:01 AM to 11:59:59 PM)
Since the amount has already been credited to the GSTIN mentioned, it cannot be refunded. Therefore, taxpayers must ensure they enter the correct GSTIN at the time of generating the Challan.
Yes, a taxpayer has to file a refund application for the excess amount. A taxpayer can also choose to let the funds remain in the Electronic Cash Ledger as the funds can be used to discharge upcoming liabilities in the subsequent tax period/s.
The dues related to the previous regime cannot be paid at the GST Portal. Pay your dues under the existing Acts using the appropriate methods. In case of any doubt or query, get in touch with your jurisdictional tax official for the same.
There is a separate return for TDS (GSTR 7) where all the invoices need to be uploaded on which TDS has been deducted. Debiting the Cash/Credit ledger under appropriate heads at the time of filing the TDS Return (GSTR 7) will suffice.
Yes, a third party can make payments on behalf of a taxpayer. The third party can make payments by mentioning the correct GSTIN against which the payment needs to be made.