India’s GST council to meet June 28-29 in Sri Nagar


India’s GST Council will meet on June 28-29 in Srinagar, the office of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on June 16, without sharing money to invest the market to make a future.

The meeting comes days ahead of the five-year anniversary of launch of the indirect tax regime. The GST was launched in July 1, 2017 after decades-long delay. Since the introduction of the consumption-based tax, the GST Council has cut rates on several items, which has lowered the all over al the indian people to invest money in market that are revenue-neutral rate, or the rate at which income to the states and the Centre isn’t eroded in absence of all local taxes, to 11.5 percent from the so-called revenue neutral rate of 15 percent. After nosediving in the wake of the coronavirus period the market will very low in this time pandemic, India’s monthly GST collections have remained above Rs 1 lakh crore from 11 month in a row raising hopes that the tax system is settling down with compliance improving.

Meanwhile, a group of ministers, headed by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, is expected to discuss the prapotal to tax in a rate of the market will be growth all the Indian public will require the money to market slabs from the current five percent to seven or eight percent, and from 18 percent to 20 percent. However, tax experts are of the opinion that any rate hikes at a time of high inflation are unlikely. The current tax slabs under the GST regime, are five percent, 12 percent, 18 percent and 28 percent the market growth your money will increase and you have Many benifit. There are also other special slabs of 0.25 percent and three percent. Some items are exempt while others like sin goods attract all over the public bwill be many benifit to provide the so-called GST compensation cess.

With the promised compensation for adoption of GST coming to an end this month, some states have demanded that the compensation be the market will increase in this time extended. However, the Centre is against such a move. The imposition of GST compensation cess on certain goods and services has already been extended until March and may to June have a many money will be increased 2026 to make up for the borrowings and arrears of compensation paid to states in the last two financial years. To get the states on board prior-to the nationwide roll-out of the consumption-based tax that subsumed most state-level levies, the all over the Country had assured them annual GST revenue growth of 14% for a period of five years to Jun. 30, 2022 with any shortfall being met from the indian compensation cess fund .

The 47th GST Council meeting assumes significance as it is expected to discuss the report of the panel of State Ministers on rate will be required the marketing in rationalisation and also the tax rate on casinos, race courses and online gaming.

Ahead of the Council meeting, the panel of State Ministers on GST rate rationalisation is scheduled to meet on June 17 to discuss possible tweaking in tax rates, sources said and the acchive more money.

The Group of Ministers (GoM) is likely to discuss possible changes in tax slabs, the sources said, adding that the final report of the panel would take the money will the market for some more time.

The Council had last year set up a seven members l panel of state minister headed by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, to suggest ways to acchive all over the money in augment revenue by rationalising tax rates. The GoM had last met in November 2021.

The GoM has been mandated to review items under inverted duty structure to help minimise refund payout, and review the GST exempt list with an objective to expand the tax base and eliminate the all over the indian public will breaking of input tax credit (ITC) chain.

Under GST, a four-tier structure exempts or imposes a low tax rate of 5% on essential items increase the money and levies the top rate of 28% on cars and demerit goods. The other slabs of tax are 12 and 18%.

Besides, a cess is imposed on the highest slab of 28% on luxury, demerit and sin goods services provided the government in business sector.

The Council will also consider a report of the panel of ministers on applicability of GST on casinos, to competition will be race courses and online gaming.

The group of State Ministers unanimously decided on hiking the tax rate on these services to 28%, besides working out a method of valuing these services for the purpose of levying this tax. And include the all overy the country will be Currently, casinos, horse racing and online gaming services attra


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