You can now check your GST Return status

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Now, taxpayers can see the status of returns filed on GSTN portal; here is how. 1.         Access the https://www.gst.gov.in/ URL. The GST Home page is displayed. 2.         Login to the GST Portal with valid credentials. 3.         Click the Services > Returns> Track Return Status command. On submission of your GST return, you will be given an Application Reference…

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0% GST on services such as conducting exams, testing of food samples etc.

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A lot many services have been exempted from GST recently. Meaning, GST will not be charged on them. Here’s the list of services exempted from GST: 1. Artificial insemination of livestock (other than horses) 2. Warehousing of minor forest produce 3. Services provided by FSSAI to food business operators by way of licensing, registration and…

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Recent GST Rate Changes

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  Particulars Old GST Rate New GST Rate Paints and varnishes prepared water pigments of a kind used for finishing leather-classified under the Heading 3208/3209/3210. 28% 18% Glaziers’ putty, grafting putty, resin cement, caulking compounds and other mastics; painters’ fillings; non-refractory surfacing preparations- classified under Heading 3214. 28% 18% Refrigerators, freezers and other refrigerating or…

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Tax Rate Reduction: Here’s a list of items that has got much cheaper

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Exempted from GST: (Zero Tax Rate) Sanitary pads. Deities made of stone, marbles or wood. Rakhis, without any precious metals. The raw material used in brooms. Commemorative coins circulated by the RBI or government. Saal leaves Fortified milk From 12% to 5% Handloom dari Fertiliser grade phosphoric acid From 28% to 18 % Lithium-ion batteries reduced Vacuum…

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GST Latest News India: GST Rate Changes you should know- 28th GST Council Updates

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28th GST council has turned out to be a reliever for taxpayers. Here’s what’s changing hereafter: Sanitary Napkins are exempted from GST going forward: Woo-hoo! Ladies voice seems to have heard loud enough. No decision on 1% sugar cess: Perhaps the council needs more time to figure this out. GST on hotels would now be…

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