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Latest GST News & Updates

Delhi Exceeds GST Target in October 2017

Acceptability and adherence of GST among the businesses is on a rise with an ever increasing tax base and the surging revenues. The capital of India saw a whopping increase of 23% in the taxation revenues in October’17 over October’16. That’s a big leap – good for the government and the economy overall. Delhi also…

CAIT threatens to move court against Infosys

Goods and Services Tax, which actually is primarily aimed to boon the businesses, economy and government, is experiencing bumpy rides, due to the ineffectiveness of the Goods and Service Tax Network. The resultant is a mentally and technically stressed trader’s community with fuming intentions. The national body of the traders, CAIT [Confederation of All India…

Proposed Changes in GST – 23rd GST Council Meeting

Amongst the widespread confusion and queries, resistance and allegations and quick twists and monthly amendments, the much awaited 23rd GST Council meeting is already on at the moment in Guwahati and will end tomorrow, 10th November 2017, EOD. As per latest reports, 24 state finance ministers are in the meeting. The business and industry community…

92000 Crores of GST Collected in Spetember-17

The score cards for the collection of GST for September 2017 are out now. The finance ministry in its announcement made on 24th October’17, declared that, about 42.91 lakh tax payees have deposited around Rs. 92,150 crores as GST for Sep’17. It stated “The total revenue of GST paid under different heads (up to October…

GST Invoicing Norms Relaxed

The stringent norms and elaborated format of invoicing under GST, aimed to capture the minutest of the detail in a transaction were a nightmare and ate lot of precious time for the B2C businesses, which issue bulk invoices. Feeling the honest pinch and to make the proceedings smoother and fast, the GST Council has consented…

A refresh is round the corner for GST Rates

One nation – one tax, the revolutionary and mammoth game changer was always expected to have its share of fluctuations, tantrums and teething issues. Since its inception from the midnight of 30th June’17, it has undergone various amendments in terms of taxation rates, processes and policies by the supreme decision making body of GST –…

Composition Scheme Rediscussed by GOM

It’s been just over a week since the last GST Council meeting [October 7th], chaired by the finance minister, Sh. Arun Jaitley, formed a special group of ministers [GoM] especially for overseeing, fine-tuning and making the composition scheme more befitting and benefiting for the SMB, start-ups and  the business community at large. The high level…

GST Clouds Roving Over Real Estate

At the onset, some of the fattest and most cash-bloated sectors were kept out of the GST ambit – electricity, alcohol, petroleum, real estate etc. However, the finance minister, Mr. Arun Jaitley, recently, while speaking at the Harvard University in US, hinted that the government is earnestly re-thinking to get the most cash rich and…

Performance Card of first 100 days of GST

October 10th marked the first 100 days of the GST module – a time filled with all the vibrant promises by the government about GST’s cool effects on one hand and the industry experts debating about the induced complexities, disruptions and uncertainty on the other. Analyzing the after effects of GST on the top five…

4.3 million tax payers filed GST Returns for July’17

The deadline to file GSTR-01 for the first month of GST, i.e. July’17 ended yesterday, although after being extended twice by the GST Council. A whopping 66%, which amounts to approximately 4.3 million of the eligible 6.5 million tax payers filed their 1st GST return. Government is stretching itself quite a bit and is taking…

All attempts to keep e-way bill immune to red tapism

With the launch of the e-way bill, the overall transportation of the goods and commodities or specifically the logistics industry have suddenly started moving real fast with the abolition of the intra-state check posts and bureaucratic interference with the inclusion of the RFID [Radio Frequency Identification] or the QRC [Quick Response Code] devices, which make…

Tax base widened by 25% post GST

GSTN [goods and Services Tax network] has been witnessing a steep surge in the number of new GST registrations and also experiencing overloaded traffic in terms of the migration of the tax payers from the previous era to the GST regime. Talking about the numbers, the sources from the central finance ministry revealed that the…

Hostel Services and Fees Exempt from GST

The boarding and lodging services of schools, i.e. the hostels, will not feel the pinch and have been exempted from paying GST till the tenth standard [pre-school to the secondary level]. The relaxation has to be passed on to the students too and they will only pay the stipulated fees of the room with no…

Track GST Provisional Identification Number

The GST provisional Identification number issued to the tax payers before the GST rollout can now be tracked by anyone [distributors / consumers] by simply putting the TIN number on the GST portal and by clicking on the link ‘Track Provisional Number’. While the majority of tasks and routine business can be performed by using…