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MODIfied Indian🇮🇳 Jan 10
GST exemption limit to 10 to 20 lakh for northeastern states & 20 to 40 lakh for the rest of the country GST , business man need to pay a smal tax based on turnover rather than value addition, was raised to 1.5 crore from 1 crore.
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Omkar Kardile Jan 2
Recent GST Council Meeting waived late fees for all taxpayers in case of GSTR1, GSTR3B & GSTR4 return file for period Jul-17 to Sep-2018, if these returns are furnished after 22.12.18 but on or before 31.03.19 However, the GST Portal still showing late fee?
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Chowkidar Geetika Swami Jan 10
Despite constantly attacking Modi govt on GST, economy, Rafale and what not, Look at the reaction of audience when asked, ”Will Rahul Gandhi make a good Prime Minister?” , and no other! 🙂🙂
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Kanupriya Jan 10
highlights 1. Exemption threshold doubled from 20 lakhs to 40 lakhs 2. Composition for small service providers- limit 50 lakhs,rate 6% 3. Composition limit for goods manufacturer/traders increased from 1 cr to 1.5 cr 4. Only annual returns for composition dealers
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Satyajeet Chaudhary ( सत्यजीत पँवार ) Jan 10
Important outcomes of 1 - Composition Limit to increase up to 1.50 Crore from 1st April 2019 2- GST registration threshold limit increased from current Rs20 lakh to RS 40 lakh 3- Composition dealer will file only one annual return
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Chowkidar Karuna tyagi:-) Jan 10
Guys you have two options..... either support that Modi whose family is still as simple as before ...no change is visible or support this👇👇 respectableTHAGBANDHAN😂 "Delhi Congress"
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Ruchita Maheshwari Feb 24
GST on Real Estate Sector GST on flats under construction 5% and for those flats with area upto 90 sq mt and cost upto 45 lacs GST will be 1%
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Mahesh 🇮🇳 Jan 10
GST Council decides to increase the GST registration threshold from the current Rs 20 lakh to Rs 40 lakh
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Chowkidar syed Shahnawaz Hussain Feb 24
on affordable housing reduced to just 1% & for other categories it is reduced to 5%. Thank you hon’ble PM ji and FM ji for supporting aspirations of homebuyers, & crores of people employed in Industry.
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Chowkidar Sanju Verma Feb 24
31st exempted JanDhan accounts from & reduced GST on movie tickets to 12&18% from 18&28% 32nd Meet raised basic exemption from 20,to 40lakh&for NE States from 10 to 20lakh 33rd lowers rate to1% from 8% on affordable housing&others,from 12 to 5%👍
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NDTV Feb 24
In win for home-buyers, centre cuts tax on new houses ahead of polls Read here:
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🇮🇳नितिन पाटील🇮🇳 Jan 10
: ◆The Registration threshold limit doubled. Increased to ₹40 lakhs fm the existing 20 lacs. ◆Composition scheme introduced to service providers, limit raised up to 1.5cr &rate at 6%. ◆Revision of GST rates for real estate under consideration wid commitee.
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Shereen Bhan Feb 24
Sources to clears proposal to lower GST rates for real estate. 5% with out ITC for non-affordable housing. 1 percent without ITC for affordable housing
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Doordarshan News Dec 22
The Film industry wholeheartedly welcomes centre’s decision to reduce on cinema tickets, exceeding 100 rupees to 18 percent from 28 percent . Take a look..
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Pranav Adani Feb 25
This is indeed a big relief for aspiring home buyers. I've always maintained that we must be optimistic about structural reforms such as GST. Sooner or later its benefits would touch lives.
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PIB India Feb 24
To boost the residential segment of the real estate sector, recommendations made by the 33rd Details here:
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Chowkidar Kanna Lakshmi Narayana Feb 24
A welcome step & a great move to boost the affordable housing sector ji Govt had reduced Tax rate on affordable housing to 1% from 8%. Tax on under construction homes cut from 12% to 5%.
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Chowkidar Geetika Swami Feb 24
Tax rate on affordable housing projects lowered to 1% from 8%. Tax on under construction homes cut from 12% to 5%. Great news for real state. A Welcome step! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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#RenukaJain Chowkidar 🇮🇳 Feb 24
| Finance Minister says payable for flats under construction will be 5% for normal housing without ITC & GST payable will be 1% for affordable housing without ITC
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Chowkidar khemchand sharma Feb 24
Thanks Finance Minister Arun Jaitley ji and PM ji for reducing on housing! Now, GST payable for under-construction flat will be only 5% and just 1% on Affordable housing.
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