GST Council At Its Meeting Next Month Is Likely To Take Up Taxation Issues

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updated: July 21,2017 15:55 IST

The GST Council, chaired by the finance minister, will meet on August 5 to review GST implementation
The GST Council, chaired by the finance minister, will meet on August 5 to review GST implementation

New Delhi: The GST Council at its meeting one month from now is probably going to take up tax collection issues raised by sectoral bodies alongside an audit of usage of the new expense administration, as indicated by a best official. Focal Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) Chairperson Vanaja Sarna likewise said the office is monitoring income drifts after the GST (Goods and Services Tax) rollout from July 1, yet genuine positions will be known after returns are recorded in September.

The GST Council, led by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and including state partners, will meet on August 5 to audit usage of the new assessment administration.

“Diverse issues will be getting together (at the following Council meeting). Things that have been conveyed to our notice might be on the tenets and the usage. Possibly, even on rates,” Ms Sarna told columnists on the sidelines of a Ficci occasion here.

Inquired as to whether concerns raised by the material division will be taken up, she said “perhaps”.

Certain material brokers have been challenging the duty rate of 5 for every penny on texture under GST. They need the duty rate to be zero. Surat-based merchants who have been dissenting, be that as it may, pulled back the strike not long ago.

“Whatever issues have been raised… will be taken up (by the Council). When you take off something as mammoth as GST, I would state you will dependably discover issues or issues most likely coming in till six months or a year,” Ms Sarna said.

Gotten some information about incomes from Customs post July 1, she said income has been “great and light”.

Taken off from July 1, GST is a uniform expense structure that replaces 17 unique duties, including extract, benefit duty and VAT.