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Nov 15, 2017
GST Network utility portal goes live; merchant exporters can start claiming refunds from tonightWith the new utility RFD-1A, a merchant exporter can claim refund of GST paid at the time of buying goods which he has exported in the relevant month
Sep 21, 2017
GST: 29.4 lakh businesses file tax returns in August against 46.4 lakh in JulyAs many as 13.76 lakh businesses had flocked the GSTN portal on Wednesday to file their returns -- the highest return filing in a day under GST so far.
Jul 18, 2017
GST Council hikes cess on cigarette, says it will offset estimated Rs 5,000 cr windfall for cos from lower ratesCigarette prices will not change as a result of the increased cess which became effective from midnight last night.
Jul 17, 2017
GSTN portal to allow businesses to upload their sale and purchase invoicesBusinesses can start uploading their sale and purchase invoices generated post 1 July on the GSTN portal from 24 July.
Jun 25, 2017
Don't wait for last day to file returns, cautions Goods and Services Tax Network ChairmanDespite the GST Council giving a one-month extension in filing returns under the new indirect tax regime, businesses should start uploading invoices much earlier, says Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) Chairman Navin Kumar.
May 20, 2017
Experts on GST rates: Indeed a new beginning but telecom, insurance, hotel booking to pinch consumerWhile some have supported the multiple rate structure for services some others have criticised it
Mar 06, 2017
GST rollout: Have a foolproof and robust system before implementationDry run is the key to success of any major initiative especially the one that is going to bring about a paradigm and drastic change.
Oct 24, 2016
GST rollout: 80 lakh assessees may start migrating to GSTN portal from Nov 8The GSTN, which is expected to provide common and shared IT infrastructure for GST implementation, will transfer on-board to its platform the details of about 80 lakh existing assessees of excise, value-added tax, customs and service tax.