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GST still has some way to go before it becomes a genuinely uncomplicated tax - Economic Times

By Pratik Jain Implementation of GST was perhaps the first time when any tax reform was celebrated in Parliament. At midnight on June 30, while it was the 'event' that people were happy about, there is now a growing realisation that the journey of GST ...and more »

GST breather for SMEs, exporters to boost economy: Analysts - Moneycontrol.com

The GST breather given to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and exporters will address their liquidity issues, improve efficiencies and act as a shot-in- the-arm for the economy as a whole, analysts said. The GST Council on Friday hiked the threshold ...and more »

From quarterly returns to exporters' e-wallet: 5 steps GST Council can take - Business Standard

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley chairs the 22nd GST Council meeting in New Delhi on October 6, 2017. Photo courtesy: @FinMinIndia Twitter handle. ALSO READ. Glitches galore in filing returns under GST · Ministers' panel to resolve GSTN issues: Arun Jaitley.and more »

Booster shot for economy: GST rates to be cut on 60 goods and services - Moneycontrol.com

About 60 goods and services are likely to get cheaper, with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley expected to push for big tax rate cuts in the GST Council meeting on Friday as part of a broader strategy to help the economy claw out of a three-year growth slump.and more »

'This government is killing our businesses': What small, medium enterprises think of GST revisions - Scroll.in

After Friday's GST Council meeting, which decided to cut the goods and services tax rate on two dozen commodities and announced relaxations for exporters and small and medium companies, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the changes brought in an ...and more »

What is Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN)? - Times of India

Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) is a non-profit non-government company that serves as the interface between the government and the taxpayers. The government owns 49 per cent of the share in GSTN and rest of the 51 per cent stake is owned by ...and more »

GST Council to continue rationalising rates: Pratap Shukla - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: The GST Council will continue to rationalise rates going forward and the highest tax slab of 28 per cent would be gradually brought down, Minister of State for Finance Shiv Pratap Shukla said. The Goods and Services Tax (GST) has a four-tier ...and more »

What is the lowdown on GST pitfalls? - The Hindu

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) rolled out across the country on July 1. Since then, a number of teething issues have emerged — some more serious than others. The most pressing problem is to do with the availing of input tax credits by exporters.and more »

GST Council meets today: Relief for exporters, SMEs on the cards - Business Standard

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council, in its upcoming meeting on Friday, is likely to give a major relief to exporters as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs). These segments have been affected the most by the new indirect tax regime, which ...and more »

GST Council relief to exporters, small businesses - The Hindu

In what should come as a relief to exporters and small businesses, the GST Council on Friday announced a slew of decisions to reduce their compliance burdens, including the eventual setting up of an e-wallet for input tax credits for exporters, and the ...and more »