What is GSTR 2A

GSTR2A matcher

GSTR 2A reflects all the purchases made by a taxpayer during a particular period.
It is auto-populated from the GSTR 1 filed by all the suppliers.

To avoid discrepancies in data reported by supplier and receiver, it is very important for you to carefully match the data reported by your suppliers with your own purchase documents.
A taxpayer has to manually match the downloaded GSTR 2A data with their purchase data. This manual matching will be time-consuming.

Using GSTR2A matcher will make this task easier and faster.

Just follow 6 easy steps:

1. Start a project and wait.
2. Add downloaded GSTR2A excel file. You can add multiple GSTR2A files.
3. Add your purchase file. You can add multiple purchase files.
4. Enter output excel file name.
5. Enter threshold for rounding.
6. Match GSTR2A and purchase data. This generates an output excel file (FILE NAME: file name_dd_MM_yyyy_HH_mm_ss.xlsx).

Discussing outputs:

Sheet 1 (2A_mismatches) - entries that exist in 2A but not in purchase data.
Sheet 2 (purchase_mismatches) - entries that exist in purchase data but not in 2A.
Sheet 3 (2A_summary) - total purchases made as per 2A data.
Sheet 3 (Pur_summary) - total purchases made as per purchase data.

(NOTE: CROSS CHECK ALL THE MISMATCH ENTRIES AND COMPARE DATA SUMMARIES TO AVOID ANY ERROR. WE ALWAYS WELCOME ALL USERS WHO LET US KNOW IF THERE IS ANY DISCREPANCY IN THE PROVIDED OUTPUT RESULTS.)

GSTR 2A reflects all purchases made by a taxpayer during a given period.
It is automatically filled in from the GSTR 1 submitted by all suppliers.

To avoid inconsistencies in the data reported by suppliers and recipients, it is very important that you carefully compare the data reported by your suppliers with your own purchase documents.
A taxpayer must manually match the downloaded GSTR 2A data with his purchase data. This manual comparison is time-consuming.

Using the GSTR2A matcher makes this task easier and faster.

Just follow 6 simple steps:

1. Start a project and wait.
2. Add the downloaded GSTR2A Excel file. You can add multiple GSTR2A files.
3. Add your purchase file. You can add multiple purchase files.
4. Enter the name of the Excel output file.
5. Enter the threshold value for the rounding.
6. Match GSTR2A and purchase dates. This will generate an output Excel file (FILENAME: Filename_dd_MM_yyyy_HH_mm_ss.xlsx).

Discuss results:

Sheet 1 (2A_mismatches) - Entries that are in 2A but not in purchase dates.
Sheet 2 (purchase_mismatches) - Entries that are in purchase dates but not in 2A.
Sheet 3 (2A_Summary) - total purchases according to 2A data.
Sheet 3 (Pur_summary) - total purchases according to purchase dates.

(NOTE: REVIEW ALL MISMATCH ENTRIES AND COMPARE DATA SUMMARIES TO AVOID ERRORS. We always welcome all users who let us know if there are any discrepancies in the output results provided.)