Stakeholder Consultation on Proposed Changes to GST Laws

In order to engage with the stakeholders and invite comments from the public at large, the Department of Revenue has decided to make available the proposed amendments in CGST Act, ...

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In order to engage with the stakeholders and invite comments from the public at large, the Department of Revenue has decided to make available the proposed amendments in CGST Act, 2017, IGST Act, 2017 and the GST (Compensation to States) Act, 2017 in the public domain. The draft proposals for amendments can be seen here. You are invited to submit your comments/feedback on the draft proposals for amendments through this discussion on MyGov.in. To facilitate the analysis of the comments / feedback, you are requested to add a hashtag to your comments. The hashtags should be added using the following scheme:

Use the hashtag #AmendmentSrNo1 for comments pertaining to amendment detailed at serial no.1 of the draft proposals,#AmendmentSrNo2 for comments pertaining to amendment detailed at serial no. 2 of the draft proposals, etc.

In case you have more than one suggestion to offer, you may find it convenient to type out your comments in a separate document, with hashtags specifying the Serial No. for which the comments are being given.

Last date of submission is 15th July, 2018

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sathishkumar's picture

sathishkumar 1 min 50 sec ago

Kindly provide revised return Many dealers are not fully understand GST Act ie they have not filed there return in due date kindly remove C Fees or interest for one financial year.3Kindly provide to take printout for GST R2 Provide to file purchase and sales on line and take print to compare dealer purchase and sales easily4.Kindly give us instruction
for Contract cases ie.rate of tax for total contract or value in 60% on contract value Input tax on CTD how to claim without C fees to tim

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Bharat Bhushan 13 minutes 24 sec ago

TCS slapped on E commerce operators.Modi Government is trying its best to improve the India Rankings in Ease of business.But the tax authorities want more and more tax revenue whether more tax collection is at the cost of Ease of doing business in India.GST is so simple except TCS slapped on e commerce operators because tax revenue is very important.How can Indian tax authorities afford to make GST very simple for all business.At least GST should be complex for e commerce operators.

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Narendra Patel 15 minutes 56 sec ago

" we Request the following amendment
After the words cost accountant “ or a GSTP having 5 years of experience (as STP) and passed the examination conducted by NASIN and shall submit a copy of audited annual accounts......"

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Bharat Bhushan 19 minutes 9 sec ago

TCS slapped on e commerce operators.Why only e commerce operators have to pay TCS.The simple answer that E commerce companies are flourishing well in India inspite of making losses on their balance sheet.Indian tax authorities have a mindset that when some business flourish in India, it should be taxed more otherwise India will attract a lot of foreign Investment.China should remain most favorite destination for investment.Bill Gates invested in China because India taxation system was complex

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Bharat Bhushan 26 minutes ago

TCS slapped on e commerce operators.kindly make TCS law equal for all businesses.All registered businesses In India should collect TCS from raw material suppliers and deposit with the Government.E commerce companies should not alone suffer.Let the whole business world suffer.India stands for equality and Indian laws should be equal for all.Reverse Charge mechanism has been removed which is an equal law for all.TCS slapped specifically on e commerce operators should be slapped on every business.

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madhan 39 minutes 3 sec ago

Dear Sir, Mutual Fund Distributors are adversely impacted by the high GST. We play a pivotal role in directing Indian household savings to the equity market and thereby fuel the economic growth as well. We overcome the challenges of acquiring and sustaining new clients, who are completely new to mutual funds. The commission(brokerage) is being continuously reduced as well. Kindly recommend reducing / abolishing GST for the services we render. Thanks.

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Viral majmundar 47 minutes 33 sec ago

" we Request the following amendment
After the words cost accountant “ or a GSTP having 5 years of experience (as STP) and passed the examination conducted by NASIN and shall submit a copy of audited annual accounts......"

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Rajesh Kumar Khattar 48 minutes 53 sec ago

am a mutual fund distributor, I recommend mutual funds to investors. I never collect money from people and there is no trading as for as goods/ services concerned.but I am required to register for GST.if my income from all commission exeeds 20 lakhs I have to pay gst.
Mutual fund distributor can be placed under categories like insurance agents and TDS may be introduced for them in place of GST.
It's not fair to keep MFD under service tax. Pls consider and make our life easy to distribute MF.

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PUSHPRAJ SHRIVASTAVA 59 minutes 57 sec ago

Hi

Unable to understand why GST applicable on Mutual Fund industry ONLY. All the other financial products are exempted from GST then why ONLY Mutual Advisors are liable to pay.
There is suggestion and demand Advisor of Mutual Funds should be exempted from GST.