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List of items which might get GST cut in today’s GST...

GST council on Saturday are likely to cut taxes on 30-40 items across various tax slabs.  Sanitary napkins, handlooms and handicrafts could fall under...
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Government officially rolls out e-way bill to make goods transportation easier

The E-way bill mechanism under goods and service tax for inter-state movement of goods came into force today, the day Finance Minister Arun Jaitley...
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GST collections rise after a two-month decline

  Narendra Modi-led central government received a major boost ahead of next month’s annual budget as gross receipts collected for Goods and Service Tax (GST)...

GST Council’s progressive approach skyrockets October filings to all-time high

The GST council has announced a number of changes in the structure and tax rates in its previous 2 meetings.

GST Council extends composition scheme threshold to ₹1.5 Crore

GST Council has decided to extend the composition scheme threshold to ₹1.5 Crores and reduce the tax rate to 1% flat on the turnover.
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GST Council reduces GST rate for all AC / Non-AC restaurants...

AC and Non AC restaurants will now face 5% GST rate after the same was announced by GST council today in Guawahati.
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GST Council reduces tax rate on over 150 items; Check complete...

GST Council has cut down tax rates on majority of items which were earlier placed in the highest tax slab.
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GST Council Meeting today; here’s a list of expected announcements

A list of the expected announcements by the GST Council as it meets for 23rd time in Guwahati.

GST rates for SMEs need restructuring : Hasmukh Adhia

According to Revenue secretary Hasmukh Adhia, the government needs to restructure GST rules to make it easier for small businesses.
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Small Businesses and traders to gain biggest with new GST laws

GST Council has suggested a number of changes in tax structure for the small businesses and traders in its meeting on 6th October 2017.