MyGov - Discussion thread for GST

MyGov - Discussion thread for GST
Start Date :
Jun 30, 2017
Last Date :
Aug 16, 2017
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With the GST coming into effect from 1st July, 2017, the biggest indirect tax reform of independent India, is going to transform the way indirect tax is administered in this ...

With the GST coming into effect from 1st July, 2017, the biggest indirect tax reform of independent India, is going to transform the way indirect tax is administered in this country, impacting not just businesses but also the common man. GST is a tax on consumption of goods and services, which is levied at all stages right from manufacturing up to final consumption, with credit of taxes paid at previous stages available as setoff. It is going to remove the tax-on-tax effect through separate Central and State tax laws. In a nutshell, under GST, only value addition will be taxed , hence, reducing the burden of tax to be borne by the final consumer.

The most fundamental change in GST besides the consolidation of multiple taxes, is the use of a robust shared IT infrastructure in its operations. All the forms related to registrations, filing returns and other related activities can now be done through the GSTN Portal.

GST will help build an economically stronger India, with 'One Nation, One Tax, One Market.' - Click here to know more about GST

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Niharika Bhargava 4 years 9 months ago

I recently read on newspaper that due to GST the treatment for kidney,heart,cancer patients will now be more costlier than before.Because of GST the instruments used fo curing these diseases will now be having more tax rate as compared before GST making treatment for such patients more costly.
I very humbly request the please review their decisin as already treatment for such diseases is costly than any other disease treatment.This decisin will affct poor as wel as middle clss pple.

Satish Agarwal 4 years 9 months ago

SIR, CAN THE TAX STRATAGY CHENGE TO PAPERLESS . बैंक input पर 1 % टैक्स लगा कर सभी तरह के टैक्स खत्म किये जा सकते है, साथ ही currency भी 100 rs से ज्यादा नही चलाई जाए , बैंक account no. आधार कार्ड हो जिसे किसी भी बैंक से use किया जा सके, आपके लाखो कर्मचारी , उनका खर्च खत्म हो जाएगा, क्योंकि cashless बेहद सरल और जरूरी हो चुका होगा तो CASH से संबंधित सभी अपराध 90 परसेंट खत्म, अब सभी भारतीय tax की जद में आएंगे और विकास का हिस्सा बनेगे। हो सकता है मैं गलत हूँ कृपया इस idea के practically ground पर स

Venkatesh Aithamoni 4 years 9 months ago

and the whole things happens news channels use to try TRPs and your peoples use to keep maintaining the vote bank
thanking you sir
bharath matha ki jai Jai Hind

Venkatesh Aithamoni 4 years 9 months ago

waiting for freedom of india
not waiting for your 15 lakhs sir
nation wants your reply and what happening on indo-china boarder there is small issue but you people said that issue of nation there is not nation issue that is a your dirty politics issue and corporate companies issue
Dont try to blockmail on indian people for the boarders of india
first the people frustrated on your news leakage for the boarders issue
News channels harrasing the people for boarders

Venkatesh Aithamoni 4 years 9 months ago

thank you for the mail
we dont want to say anything because we are unhappy with the rule and acts for the GST and Demontization,
there is no response of Demonitization and the suffering and troubles of people
where the statistical calculations of demonitisation
where is the block money AND how much amount of block money identify.
and next one is where is the advantages of GST
and where is the kashmir's sollution
when you stop on dirty politics on kashmir and jammu
the people are

AMMOGEPPA L PUJARI 4 years 9 months ago

This is subject I want put to discussion - We are pay GST, normaly most of the small marchents are not giving receipt, this main problem regarding collection of GST, my one opinion is that , give income tax relief to amount we payed as GST, similar to professional tax, this helps every should collect receipts from seller, Make such a arrangement that every individual may know his payment of get at any time
his help person how much of GST he/she paid to govt.

Gaurav Juneja 4 years 9 months ago

GST is a very bold decision of the govt. but to avoid tax some businessmen are selling goods(B2B) at lower rate as there is no trend in public to demand bill for every item. so the purpose of GST is not fully achievable. Cashless purchase at retail level should be imposed in phases.

SUJAY PATIL 4 years 9 months ago

I understand that medical services are outside the scope of GST regime. I believe that while affordable medical services are essential in a country like India, there are cases of medical professionals evading direct taxes by collecting fees in cash. Hence, 1% tax may be levied on medical services to bring the revenues on record and assist in augmenting direct tax revenues.