New GST News and Circulars 04.06.2018

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New GST News and Circulars 04.06.2018

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New GST News

GST FAQs on Financial Services Sector published by CBIC 03.06.2018

Free Background Material on GST Acts and Rules- May 2018 Edition

How to easily refer GST Act online

ICAI Submited Draft ” GST Audit Report Formats ” to Finance Ministry

New GST Notifications

GST Updated Notifications

Notification No 25/2018 Central Tax Dated 31.05.18 : GSTR 6 Due date extended

Notification No 24 /2018 Central Tax : Authority Notified to conduct exam of GST Practitioners

Notification No 11/2018 Central Tax (Rate) : RCM on Priority Sector Lending Certificate (PSLC)

Notification No 12/2018 Integrated Tax (Rate) : RCM on Priority Sector Lending Certificate (PSLC)

Notification No 11/2018 Union Territory Tax (Rate) : RCM on Priority Sector Lending Certificate (PSLC)

New GST Circulars

Circular No 45/19/2018 GST : Refund issue Clarified by CBIC : Dated 30th May 2018

Circular No 12/2018 Customs : Sanction of pending IGST refund claims : 29th May 2018

New GST Judgments

Statutory company is not Government : No GST benefit can be availed : AAR

EPC contract for solar power plant is not Composite Supply : AAR

GST exemption for Health care services under GST : AAR ruling

Approach nodal officers for outlining GST grievances : HC

State Govt. has power to prescribe documents for goods till eway bill is applicable: HC

How to pay GST on transportation & allied services relating to goods supply : AAR Clarified

Activity of printing by photo lab is supply of goods or service under GST : AAR Clarified

How to do Valuation of supplies to branches in other states : AAR Clarified

Transfer of business as going concern exempts from GST: Karnataka AAR

[Video] GSTR 3B changes on GST Portal : GST News 298

GST DRC 03 available on GST Portal for making voluntary payments by a taxpayer.

Income Tax Calendar June 2018 : Due Dates

 

 

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One thought on “New GST News and Circulars 04.06.2018

  1. SYED SHAH KHADRI

    With the Enactment & Implementing of Goods & Services Tax Acts in India, and Introduction of the Goods and Services Tax Network [GSTN] under the Ministry of Finance, Government of India, a New Era has commenced in Tax Regimen in India. The Goods and Services Tax Network [GSTN] holds much “DATA” about the stakeholders in the subject. With this advent there is much scope to streamline, support and strengthen the stakeholders in the subject, particularly, the Taxpayers as well as the Registered Goods & Services Tax Practitioners.

    The Bridge-building tasks between the Ministry & the Taxpayers, like Registering Taxpayers, Representing on their behalf, and Liaisoning between the Ministry & the Taxpayers, is mainly carried out by the Registered Goods & Services Tax Practitioners only. Therefore, there is an utmost necessity to update the knowledge of the Registered Goods & Services Tax Practitioners with latest updates & developments in the field, like changes, amendments to Acts & Rules, all Notifications, Circulars, Instructions brought in by the Ministry, together with latest Appellate Orders, Tribunal Decisions, Authority for Advance Rulings – AAR’s Decisions, High Courts’/Supreme Court’s Judgments, etc., must be reached to the Registered Goods & Services Tax Practitioners instantly, so as to enable the Registered Goods & Services Tax Practitioners to extend their services to Taxpayers in an appropriately updated manner.

    Therefore, the Ministry of Finance, Government of India must be requested to order the GSTN to circulate or send emails attaching such of the above referred informative things to all the Registered Goods & Services Tax Practitioners instantly, as & when brought in or made effective.

    Further, the GSTN is holding the details about all the Registered Goods & Services Tax Practitioners with it. Unfortunately, such information about the Registered Income Tax Practitioners is not available with the Department of Income Tax under the same Ministry. It would be much better if the Department of Income Tax also creates an independent Income Tax Network [ITN] or introduce a provision in its own Website, to stock up information about the Registered Income Tax Practitioners.

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