Know Where To Get Answers To Your Questions: GST

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GST or goods and services tax at long last observed the light of the day, with the new tax framework propelled at a function in Central Hall of Parliament on Friday midnight. GST, which encapsulates the standard of “one country, one tax, one market” is gone for bringing together the nation’s $2 trillion economy and 1.3 billion individuals into a common market. Prior to the abundantly anticipated GST turned into a reality, different offices had turned out with different distributions rules in their bid a transition into the new indirect taxation system.

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Traders, business people, manufacturers and suppliers alike are preparing for a fruitful movement under GST.

Here are a portion of the endeavors made by experts towards a consistent migration into GST:

The Central Board of Excise and Customs, under the purview of the Department of Revenue, has turned out with answers to a wide assortment of regularly made inquiries by industry. It has touched an assortment of subjects from GST enlistment to input tax credit to excise credit to point of tax to Special Economic Zones.

Additionally, in the digital world today, the CBEC has opened many lines of communication for addressal of GST-related questions.

GST Help Desk

Email: cbecmitra.helpdesk@icegate.gov.in

Telephone: 1800 1200 232
GSTN Help Desk

Email: helpdesk@gst.gov.in

Telephone: 0120 4888999

Twitter handles: @askGST_GOI, @askGSTech

GSTN or GST Network, in partnership with tech majors Infosys and Tech Mahindra, has set up two committed call centres to help citizens and tax officials with regard to this transition.

One helpline – 0120-4888999 – is for taxpayers while another – 0124-4479900 – offers help to tax officials, as indicated by GSTN, an exceptional reason vehicle set up essentially to give IT foundation and services to GST execution.

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