Download P VAT FORM VAT-23: LIST OF SALES under PVAT ACT, 2005
As per Punjab vat Rule 42 List of sales and purchases
Every taxable person shall append to his return a list of sales in Form VAT – 23 and a list of purchases in Form VAT – 24.
As per section 26-(1) Every taxable person shall make self assessment of tax and shall file return for a period, within such time and in such form as may be prescribed.
(2)Every registered person shall make self assessment of tax and shall file return for a period, within such time and in such form as may be prescribed.
(3)Every person shall, in such manner, as may be prescribed, pay into a Government Treasury or any bank authorized to transact Government business or at the District Excise and Taxation Office, the full amount of tax due from him as per provisions of this Act and shall furnish along with the returns, receipt from such Treasury or Bank or District Excise and Taxation Office, as the case may be, showing the payment of such amount:
Provided that no payment of such amount shall be accepted at the District Excise and Taxation Office, except through a bank draft or crossed cheque drawn on a local Scheduled Bank in favour of the designated officer.
(4)If any person referred to in sub-sections (1) and (2), discovers any bonafide error or omission in any return furnished by him, he may rectify such error or omission in the return, due to be filed immediately following the detection of such error or omission. If such rectification results in a higher amount of tax to be due than the original return, it shall be accompanied by a receipt for payment of the additional amount of tax, payable along-with the interest at the rate specified under this Act for the period of delay, in the manner prescribed in sub-section (3). No such rectification shall, however, be allowed after the end of the financial year immediately following the year to which the rectification relates or issue of a notice for audit or assessment whichever, is earlier. Where such rectification results in excess amount of tax having been paid than due, such excess tax shall be refundable on application as per provisions of this Act and the rules framed thereunder. No adjustment shall, however, be allowed for such excess payment.
(5)In addition to any return under sub-sections (1) and (2), the Commissioner or the designated officer may, require a taxable person or a registered person to furnish such further information along-with the returns or at any other time, as may be deemed necessary.
(6)Notwithstanding anything contained in this section, the Commissioner or the designated officer, as the case may be, may by notice, direct a person
(7)other than a taxable person or a registered person, to file returns at such intervals and in such form and containing such information, as may be required.
(8)Every taxable person or registered person, as the case may be, shall file an annual statement in such form and in such manner, as may be prescribed.
(9) A taxable person or a registered person, whose registration is cancelled under section 24, shall file such final return, as may be prescribed, within thirty days from the date of cancellation by the Commissioner or the designated officer, as the case may be.