Daily Archives: December 5, 2016

Steps for Migration of Maharashtra VAT dealers to GSTN portal

Steps for Migration of MaharashtraVAT dealers to GSTN portal STEP-1) VISIT TO MAHAVAT SITE-WWW.MAHAVAT.GOV.IN STEP-2) LOGIN TO MAHAVAT BY USING USER ID AND PASSWORD STEP-3) CLICK ON e-SERVISES STEP-4) CLICK ON GSTN ENROLLMENT PROVISIONAL ID OR eRETURN ONLY (VAT/CST) FOR FY 2016-17 STEP-5) YOU WILL BE REDIRECTED TO NEW PAGE OF MSTD: SELECT “CLICK FOR… Read More »

Steps for Migration of Rajasthan VAT dealers to GSTN portal

Steps for Migration of Rajasthan VAT dealers to GSTN portal Migration schedule is proposed from 16th to 31st   December, 2016 for dealers of Rajasthan. Dealers may update their registered Email ID and Mobile number on CTD portal. http://rajtax.gov.in/ All existing dealers will be migrated to GST. Multiple TIN with single PAN will be discontinued. Provisional user ID… Read More »

Steps for Migration of Odisha VAT dealers to GSTN portal

Steps for Migration of Odisha VAT dealers to GSTN portal GOVERNMENT OF ODISHA COMMERCIAL TAX ORGANISATION MIGRATION TO GST (Provisional GSTIN Number and Password) This is for information of all dealers registered under OVAT Act that their provisional GSTIN number and password are available in the portal of Commercial Tax Organisation. They are requested to… Read More »

Steps for Migration of Meghalaya VAT dealers to GSTN portal

Steps for Migration of Meghalaya VAT dealers to GSTN portal GST Provisional IDs have been generated for Meghalaya VAT Dealers. Dealers can key-in their VAT TIN_NO, PAN_NO, Effective Date and Mobile No in meghalayaonline.gov.in/GST_REGISTRATION/index.htm After proper verification of the parameters, the System will provide the GST provisional IDs to the dealers. The GST provisional IDs… Read More »

Minimum Import Price of Iron and Steel under Chapter 72 of ITC – Date Extended

MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (Department of Commerce) (DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF FOREIGN TRADE) NOTIFICATION New Delhi, the 3rd December, 2016 No. 31/2015-2020 Subject : Continuation of Minimum Import Price (MIP) on 19 HS Codes of Iron and Steel under Chapter 72 of ITC (HS), 2012 –Schedule – 1 (Import Policy): amendment in import Policy Conditions.… Read More »

UPI -Unified Payment Interface -FAQ

UPI -Unified Payment Interface How is UPI different from IMPS? UPI (Unified Payment Interface)  is providing additional benefits to IMPS (Immediate Payment Service ) in the following ways: Provides for a P2P Pull functionality Simplifies Merchant Payments Single APP for money transfer Single click two factor authentication. [Read  How to do Cashless Transactions -UPI SBI… Read More »

Govt asked employees to take Debit Cards and use for personal transactions instead of cash

Government of India takes policy decisions to encourage cashless/electronic transactions; Asks the Government employees to take the lead and maximize the usage of Debit Cards for personal related transactions instead of cash In the recent years, advancements in banking technology, progress in mobile banking and innovative technologies to facilitate digital payments have enabled large number… Read More »

Any Payment above Rs.5000 by Govt dept to be made by e-Payment mode

Any Payment above Rs.5,000 to Suppliers, contractors, grantee/loanee institutions etc by Government Departments to be now made through e-Payment to attain the goal of complete digitization of Government payments. In order to attain the goal of complete digitization of Government payments, the Ministry of Finance, Government of India has again reviewed the existing limit of… Read More »

Cash withdrawal from Bank and use of RS 500 old note : RBI updated FAQ 04.12.2016

Withdrawal of Legal Tender Character of the old Bank Notes in the denominations of ₹ 500/- and ₹ 1000/- (Updated as on December 05, 2016) 1. Why is this scheme introduced? The incidence of fake Indian currency notes in higher denomination has increased. For ordinary persons, the fake notes look similar to genuine notes, even… Read More »

Get Digital Driving License & Vehicle Registration from DigiLocker

How Users Can Get their Digital Driving License & Vehicle Registration from DigiLocker How Users Can Get their Digital Driving License & Vehicle Registration from DigiLocker  How to get your Digital RC & DL via DigiLocker – Step 1: Go to DigiLocker website https://digilocker.gov.in/ or download mobile app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digilocker.android&hl=en – Step 2: Sign up for… Read More »

Protect your Electronic-wallet (e-wallet)

An Electronic-wallet(e-wallet) is an electronic application that enables online e-commerce transactions like purchasing goods, paying utility bills, transferring money, booking flight etc. with a financial instrument (such as a credit card or a digital currency) using smart phones or computers. A plethora of these e-wallets are provided online for downloading through “apps” to support both… Read More »

Best practices for online Banking Users

Best practices for online Banking Users For Users 1. Protect your PC: Install anti­virus software and keep it updated on a regular basis to guard against new viruses Install antispyware security software against those programs that monitor, record and extract the personal information you type in your PC (passwords, card numbers, ID numbers, etc.) Install personal firewalls to protect your PC against unauthorized access by hackers Keep your operating system and internet browser up to date, checking for and downloading new versions/security enhancements from the vendor’s web site 2. Protect your personal information: Create hard­to­guess security access codes (User ID & password) for Online Banking and make them unique (e.g. they should not be the same as those you use to access your e­mail account) Change your security access codes periodically Memorize your security access codes, avoid writing them down and keep them strictly personal and confidential Do not disclose to ANYONE your security access codes: Bank will never initiate or contact you for your e­banking or ATM PINs, card or account numbers, personal identification information, neither over the phone nor in any electronic or written message Never leave your PC unattended when logged into Online Banking Always remember to log off from your online session using the “Log­off” button when finished using the e­banking services 3. Use the Internet cautiously: Always access Online Banking internet only by typing the URL in the address bar of your browser. Never attempt to access Online Banking internet through an external link of unknown or suspicious origin appearing on other websites, search engines or e­mails Before logging in, check for the Bank’s Security Certificate details and the various signs (e.g. green address line and Lock, HTTPs) that confirm you are visiting the secure pages of Bank. Ignore and delete immediately suspicious fraudulent (phishing, spoof, hoax) e­mails that appear to be from Bank, asking you to urgently click  a link to  a fraudulent (spoof) website that tries to mimic the Bank’s site and to lure  you into  giving  out  your sensitive  personal information (PIN, account or card numbers, personal identification information et al.) Never click on a link contained in suspicious e­mails Avoid using Online Banking from public shared PCs (as in internet cafes, libraries, etc.) to avoid the risk of having your sensitive private information copied and abused 4. Stay alert: Sign­on to Online Banking regularly  and review  your  account transactions,  checking for  any fraudulent  activity  on  your  account (e.g. transactions you do not recognize) Keep track of your last log­on date and time, displayed at the top left side of the Online Banking Home page Once logged into Online Banking, you can also monitor the actions performed online 5. Prompt reporting of suspicious activity:… Read More »