E-Way bill operations are compulsory for inter-state movement of goods throughout the nation and intra-state movement for Karnataka from 1st April, 2018.
New Delhi:- After successfully implementing e-way bill, the government is now focusing on facilitating the smallest facilities connected to it. Under this, the government has started facilitating enhancing the time period of e-way bill. Through this, transporters will be able to increase the time period of the already generated e-way bill.
The Ministry of Finance on Friday said a 5% GST will be levied on drinks and food items and beverages supplied by the Indian Railways in trains, platforms and stations.
Taxpayers who could not complete the process of filing transitional credit form Tran-1 on the GSTN portal due to technical GST glitches now such taxpayers would be allowed to complete the process of filing such TRAN 1 by 30th April 2018, the FM said today.
In various states, Gujarat is at the top of the list of e-way bill generation with 3.6 lakh e-way bills generated during April 1-3, followed by Karnataka at 2.65 lakh bills.
New Delhi: More Indians are now Income Tax Return Filers nearly 1 crore new filers joining new tax filers joined the system.in 2017-18. The income tax department said during 2017-18 26% surge in income tax returns filed for the year with filing of 6.8 crore income tax returns as against 5.4 crores returns in the […]
GST collection crossed Rs 89,260 crores. Tax collection in FY-2017-18 crossed over the target, said Hashmukh Adhia Finance Secretary
The e-way bill will apply over interstate transportation of goods whose value more than Rs. 50,000 through railways, road, airways and vessels. NEW DELHI: Nationwide electronic or e-way bill rolled out form Today for inter-state movement of goods, with GSTN officials saying that the platform is working smoothly.
Total collected 88,929 crores at the last count of January. NEW DELHI: Collection of goods and services tax (GST), marginal dip in February to Rs 85,174 crores GST collection up to March 26.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said that due to the implementation of GST, Delhi’s economy is on the path of growth despite the negative impact of demonetization and disruption.