How to Determine the Place of Supply in Case of Bill to-Ship to Transactions

In the Bill to – Ship to model, the billing and shipping of goods are done to two states and entities. In order to avoid the cascading of multiple taxes through the course of the transaction, the first sale will be taxable, and any subsequent sale during the movement of goods is exempt from tax. Today, Bill to – Ship to transactions are a common occurrence. Let us understand ‘Bill to – Ship to’ transactions with an example. Ganesh Traders, a dealer in hardware goods, located in Maharashtra receives an order from Maruthi Traders, located in Karnataka. The order is for the supply of 100 aluminium ladders, with an instruction to ship the ladders to Prime Hardwares, located in Tamil Nadu. […]