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Invoice wise details in regular GSTR-1 would have to be filed for the month of July and Aug 2017

ANI  |  New Delhi  June 18, 2017 Last Updated at 19:38 IST

The Goods and Service (GST) on Sunday decided to state-run and state authorised at 12 and 18 per cent respectively and to 28 per cent in starting from Rs 7,500 and 18 per cent below Rs. 7,500.


Union Finance Minister said the on restaurants in these will be at par with other air-conditioned restaurants.


Jaitley said the has cleared anti-profiteering and e-way bill rules. He said the will hold a further consultation one-way bills and till then the alternate rule will operate which will authorise the existing system of the states to continue till a consolidated rule with consensuses is framed.


“It was decided that there will be further deliberation which will continue on the e-way bill rules and after consultation, once consensus is reached and formulate one opinion, we will frame the rule,” he said.


The also decided that for the first two months, a will be payable based on a simple return (form GSTR-3B) containing the summary of outward supplies which will be submitted before 20th of the succeeding month. However, the invoice wise details in regular GSTR-1 would have to be filed for the month of July and August 2017.


“No late fees and penalty would be levied for the interim period, this is intended to provide a sense of comfort to the taxpayers and give them an ethos room to attune themselves with the requirements of the changed system,” a release said.


“This not only underlines the government’s commitment towards ensuring that all the stakeholders are on board but also provides an opportunity to the taxpayers to be ready for this historic reform,” it added.

GST Council sets tax rates for lotteries, hotels

Invoice wise details in regular GSTR-1 would have to be filed for the month of July and Aug 2017

Invoice wise details in regular GSTR-1 would have to be filed for the month of July and Aug 2017

The Goods and Service (GST) on Sunday decided to state-run and state authorised at 12 and 18 per cent respectively and to 28 per cent in starting from Rs 7,500 and 18 per cent below Rs. 7,500.


Union Finance Minister said the on restaurants in these will be at par with other air-conditioned restaurants.


Jaitley said the has cleared anti-profiteering and e-way bill rules. He said the will hold a further consultation one-way bills and till then the alternate rule will operate which will authorise the existing system of the states to continue till a consolidated rule with consensuses is framed.


“It was decided that there will be further deliberation which will continue on the e-way bill rules and after consultation, once consensus is reached and formulate one opinion, we will frame the rule,” he said.


The also decided that for the first two months, a will be payable based on a simple return (form GSTR-3B) containing the summary of outward supplies which will be submitted before 20th of the succeeding month. However, the invoice wise details in regular GSTR-1 would have to be filed for the month of July and August 2017.


“No late fees and penalty would be levied for the interim period, this is intended to provide a sense of comfort to the taxpayers and give them an ethos room to attune themselves with the requirements of the changed system,” a release said.


“This not only underlines the government’s commitment towards ensuring that all the stakeholders are on board but also provides an opportunity to the taxpayers to be ready for this historic reform,” it added.

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