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Update on GST Acts and Rules

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The Government is making all efforts to stick to the timeline of 1st July for GST implementation. In the 15th GST Council meeting on 3rd June 2017, the rates of 6 items were decided, including gold, footwear, and textiles. All the states, except West Bengal, have also agreed to roll out GST from 1st July 2017. Following is the status update on the Goods And Services Act and rules:

GST Acts

1-GSTP formats
2-Mismatch formats
3-Return formats

Rate Schedule

1-CGST Act, IGST Act, UTGST Act, and Compensation to the States Act have been passed in the Parliament and have received presidential assent on 13th April 2017. Following are the finalized Acts:

CGST Act
IGST Act
UTGST Act
Compensation to the States Act

 

2-SGST Act has been passed in 22 states, the latest being Himachal Pradesh.

Rules

Goods And Services rules finalized are:

1-Composition
2-Valuation
3-Input Tax Credit
4-Invoice, Debit and credit notes
5-Payment
6-Refund
7-Registration
8-Return
Rules on Accounts and Records, Advance ruling, Appeals and Revision, Assessment and audit, e-Way bill and Transition are still in draft.

Formats

Goods And Services formats have been finalized and are given below:

1-Composition formats
2-ITC formats
3-Payment formats
4-Refund formats
5-Registration formats

Return formats:

Over 1200 goods and 500 services have been assigned GST rates in the 4 tax brackets of 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%. There is also a Cess over and above the peak rate of 28% on demerit and luxury goods. The finalized rate schedule of goods and services is given below:

Goods Services
Goods decided in GST Council meeting on 18.5.’17 Rate Schedule

Addendum to the Rate Schedule

Rate Schedule
Goods decided in Council meeting on 3.6.’17 Rate Schedule

Addendum to the Rate Schedule

Services under Reverse Charge
Compensation Cess rates Classification scheme for services
IGST exemption and concessions list

 

The next GST Council meeting is scheduled on 11th June 2017, to review the preparedness before the rollout of GST on 1st July.

 

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