GST Login: gst.gov.in – GST User Registration, Pay GST Online: This is a tutorial portal for GST. Where you will get all the information related to GST Login, GST Registration, how to track GST Application Status. Before moving ahead we want to tell some information about GST.
GST is Goods and Services Tax that replace the entire existing tax module from 1st of April 2017 which is levied by the Indian government in the tax system. In a simple way, we can say that the GST is an indirect taxes that contains all the taxes on the goods and the services. Apart from this, we can also say that all kinds of manufacturers, purchase of sale or any kind of consumption of services and goods will be under one single tax system.
GST Rates of Some Common Goods & Services
|GST – 0%||SINDOOR, BINDI, KAJAL, BANGLES|
|GST – 12%||TOOTH POWDER|
|GST – 18%||SOAP, TAMPONS, HAIR OIL, TOILETRIES, KAJAL PENCIL STICKS, TISSUES, TOOTHPASTE|
|GST – 28%||SHAVING CREAMS, HAIR SHAMPOO, SUNSCREEN, HAIR CLIPPERS, AFTER SHAVE, DYE, SHAVERS, DEODORANTS|
|GST – 0%||BUTTER MILK, MILK, ED NATURAL HONEY, GUR, FRUITS, LASSI, CEREAL GRAINS HULLED, FRESH MEAT, BESAN, FISH, UNBR, PALMYRA JAGGERY, SALT, MAIDA, CHICKEN, CURD, UNPACKED PANEER, UNBR, EGGS, ED ATTA|
|GST – 5%||MILK FOOD FOR BABIES, RUSK, SKIMMED MILK POWDER, SUGAR, CASHEW NUTS, FISH FILLET, CREAM, PACKAGED FOOD ITEMS, PIZZA BREAD, SABUDANA, RAISIN, EDIBLE OILS, FROZEN VEGETABLES, SPICES, TEA, PACKED PANEER, ROASTED COFFEE BEANS|
|GST – 12%||FRUITS, BHUJIA, PREPARATIONS OF VEGETABLES, BUTTER, CHUTNEY, FROZEN MEAT PRODUCTS, PACKED COCONUT WATER, DRY FRUITS IN PACKAGED FORM, JELLY, NAMKEEN, FRUIT JUICES, FRUIT JUICE, MURABBA, JAM, GHEE, NUTS OR OTHER PARTS OF PLANTS INCLUDING PICKLE, ALMONDS|
|GST – 18%||ICE CREAM, SALAD DRESSINGS, SOUPS, BISCUITS (ALL CATEGORIES), CORN FLAKES, PRESERVED VEGETABLES, MAYONNAISE , MIXED CONDIMENTS , MIXED SEASONINGS, CAKES, PASTA, CURRY PASTE, FLAVOURED REFINED SUGAR, INSTANT FOOD MIXES, PASTRIES|
|GST – 28%||CHEWING GUM, WAFERS COATED WITH CHOCOLATE, WAFFLES , MOLASSES, CHOCOLATE NOT CONTAINING COCOA|
|GST – 0%||HANDLOOM|
|GST – 5%||FOOTWEAR (UPTO RS 500), APPARELS (UPTO RS 1000)|
|GST – 12%||APPAREL ABOVE RS 1000|
|GST – 18%||FOOTWEAR COSTING MORE THAN RS 500 BRANDED GARMENTS, HEADGEAR AND PARTS THEREOF|
|GST – 0%||PRASAD, PHOOL BHARI JHADOO|
|GST – 5%||BIO GAS, AGARBATTI, MATTING AND FLOOR COVERING, COIR MATS, DOMESTIC LPG|
|GST – 12%||FISH KNIVES, SPOONS, CAKE SERVERS, UMBRELLA, LADLES, FORKS, TONGS, SEWING MACHINE, SKIMMERS|
|GST – 18%||WASHING MACHINE, DISHWASHER, CERAMIC TILES, WALLPAPER, VACUUM CLEANER, WATER HEATER|
|GST – 5%||BRAILLE WATCHES, HEARING AIDS AND OTHER APPLIANCES TO COMPENSATE FOR A DEFECT OR DISABILITY, INSULIN, STENT, BRAILLE TYPEWRITERS, BRAILLE PAPER, MEDICINES|
|GST – 12%||GLASSES FOR CORRECTIVE SPECTACLES AND FLINT BUTTONS, ALL DIAGNOSTIC KITS AND REAGENTS, AYURVEDIC MEDICINES|
|GST – 12%||MOBILE|
|GST – 18%||CAMERA, PRINTERS, OPTICAL FIBER, SPEAKERS AND MONITORS, ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER, PRINTED CIRCUITS, CCTV, COMPUTERS|
|GST – 0%||JUDICIAL PAPERS, CHILDREN’S DRAWING AND COLOURING BOOKS, PRINTED BOOKS, STAMPS, NEWSPAPERS|
|GST – 5%||POSTAGE OR REVENUE STAMPS, STAMP-POST MARKS, FIRST-DAY COVERS|
|GST – 12%||EXERCISE BOOKS AND NOTE BOOKS|
|GST – 0%||BONES AND HORN CORES, BONE MEAL, BONE GRIST, HUMAN HAIR, HOOF MEAL, JUTE, HORN MEAL|
|GST – 5%||COAL, ICE AND SNOW, LIFEBOATS, KITES, PDS KEROSENE|
|GST – 12%||CHESS BOARD, LUDO AND OTHER BOARD GAMES, CAROM BOARD, PLAYING CARDS|
|GST – 18%||BAMBOO FURNITURE, SWIMMING POOLS AND PADDING POOLS, MINERAL WATER, ENVELOPES, TISSUES, WEIGHING MACHINERY (NON-ELECTRICAL OR ELECTRONIC), STEEL PRODUCTS, BIDI PATTA, ALUMINIUM FOIL|
|GST – 28%||PAN MASALA, AERATED WATER, MOTORCYCLES, WEIGHING MACHINE, BIDIS, AUTOMOBILES, ATM, AIRCRAFT FOR PERSONAL USE, VENDING MACHINES|
|GST – 0%||HEALTH SERVICES, GRANDFATHERING SERVICE. ROUGH PRECIOUS AND SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES (0.25 PER CENT), EDUCATION SERVICES, HOTELS AND LODGES WITH TARIFF BELOW RS 1000|
|GST – 5%||AIR TRANSPORT), TRANSPORT SERVICES (RAILWAYS)|
|GST – 12%||NON-AC RESTAURANTS, FERTILISERS, STATE-RUN LOTTERIES, WORK CONTRACTS, BUSINESS CLASS AIR TICKET|
|GST – 18%||TELECOM SERVICES, MOVIE TICKETS BELOW RS 100, FINANCIAL SERVICES, RESTAURANTS INSIDE FIVE-STAR HOTELS, AC HOTELS THAT SERVE LIQUOR, ROOM TARIFFS BETWEEN RS 2500 AND RS 7500, IT SERVICES|
|GST – 28%||HOTELS WITH ROOM TARIFFS ABOVE RS 7500, RACE CLUB BETTING, PRIVATE-RUN LOTTERIES AUTHORISED BY THE STATES, MOVIE TICKETS ABOVE RS 100 , 5-STAR HOTELS|
20th August 2017
5th September 2017
10th September 2017
GSTR – 3B for July 2017
GSTR – 1 for July 2017
GSTR – 2 for July 2017
20th September 2017
20th September 2017
25th September 2017
GSTR – 3B for August 2017
GSTR – 1 for August 2017
GSTR – 2 for August 2017
The Advantage of GST (Goods and Services Tax)
- GST will boost our nation economically and with GST, life will get simpler as it replaces approximately all the indirect taxes and hence compliance costs will fall.
- GST helps to boost our revenue and its also help to reduce the cost of logistics and inventory.
- Single tax system improves tax process that boosts all kinds of investment.
- It provides protection to the investors in the case of importing or exporting that boost manufacturer also and Make in India concept emerges more effectively with GST.
- The area of less developed states also gets a lift that helps our nation to build strongly world widely.
- GST will reduce the tax rate and tax rate divided equally between manufacturing and services.
- It may be helpful to create a transparent and corruption-free tax system that boost our nation to grow rapidly.
- GST will promote the export concept that helps increase vacancies for jobseeker and it will definitely boost our nation growth.
- State and central government taxes will be collected on the sale point and it will be charged on the manufacturing cost. It will reduce the cost and it increases consumption that directly or indirectly helps companies.
- Under GST Imports charges will be according to the GST rules.
- Exports charges may be lower or may be zero where you will not need to pay GST (SBI SEVA) on exports of goods and services.
GST Enrolment Status on 30th April 2017
|Enrolment Percentage on 30th April 2017||72.75% of total taxpayers|
|Enrolment in Numbers on 30th April 2017||6,050,177 Taxpayers|
|Total Number of Taxpayers||8,350,499 taxpayers with PAN Validation|
|State with Highest % of GST Enrolment on 30th April 2017||Karnataka with 93.27% Enrolment of their total tax Payers|
|GST Enrolment Window reopened on||25th June 2017 (Will Continue for next 3 months )|
How to getting started GST Registration / Enrolment
|Firstly, Visit official portal of GST which is www.gst.gov.in|
|Then Enrol yourself and create user ID and Password.|
|Then Register digital signature on the portal.|
|Finally, Fill application form, verify details, provide your additional business details and submit the same.|
|For more details, you can also visit the official website or you can contact GST helpdesk.|
If you have any issue or want to know anything about GST then you can contact GST help desk by email or phone number:
- Help Desk Phone Number: 0124-4688999
- Email ID: email@example.com