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Gen GST - Goods and Services Tax Software India

Gen GST Software India

The Gen GST software is being designed and developed by SAG Infotech PVT LTD. Currently, the company has launched a Gen GST registration utility embedded within the software user interface and it is absolutely free. This utility helps the taxpayers to migrate and register themselves on the GST government portal without any session expire as the company understands the tedious task of registration in which one has to insert complex data which needs time and patience. The ultimate benefit of the Gen GST utility is accommodated with its registration and migration facility and will help seamlessly to align the taxpayer with the upcoming GST structure. Download the Utility Here

The company is preparing more software modules in such a way that the GST tax filing and billing work can be made faster and easier while everyone knows that the return filing under the GST will be done online and the payments will be accepted via Net banking, Credit/Debit card as the company has already been working consistently on online taxation software since last 16 years and it understands the professionals' requirements in a better way. As the Indian Govt. has already revealed that the returns and registrations under the GST regime will be carried away online and so the requirement of a good user-friendly software will be much needed. The GST software is designed in such a manner that the GST work becomes hassle free.

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Features of Gen GST Software:

  • Generation of Invoice as per GST Guidelines and Invoice Format
  • e- filing of All Type of Dealer Returns Facility
  • Facility of e-Payment of Taxes as per Liable GST Rates
  • Tax Liability Register, Credit Ledger, Cash Ledger will be made possible
  • ITC Match/Mismatch Report generation
  • Reconciliation with Online GST Portal and other official GST Links

Note: When the Government will announce the implementation of GST in India then the Gen GST software will be available for free demo with full features.

SAG Infotech keeps real-time track for GST information and introduces a mobile application for Android and iPhone, download link below:

GST Helpline Mobile Android App GST Helpline Mobile iPhone App

All About GST India (Goods and Services Tax)

After a long wait finally a new tax reform related to indirect taxation will be implement in India. Currently where various type of indirect taxation become hurdle of growth of the nation, GST a smooth and a single tax reform will make a transparent and easily going tax structure will help in fast development of economy.

The GST is the single solution for all the Taxation System for Goods and Services. The taxes currently applicable in India include VAT, Entertainment Tax, Service Tax, Excise, Luxury Tax etc.

Central Level:

The Central Government Goods and Service Tax will absorb following applicable taxes:

  • Central Excise Duty
  • The Excise Duty levied under Medicinal and toiletries preparation Act
  • Surcharge
  • Education Cess and Secondary and Higher Secondary education Cess
  • Service Tax
  • Additional Excise Duty
  • Additional Custom Duty (CVD)
  • Special Additional Duty
State Level:

The State Government Goods and Service Tax will take in following applicable taxes:

  • VAT/ Sales Tax
  • Purchase Tax
  • State Cess and Surcharge related to supply of goods and services.
  • Entertainment Tax (unless it is levied by local bodies)
  • Tax on lottery
  • Luxury Tax

Indian Government discloses the GST draft law and rules related to registration, return, refund, invoice and payments.

Department has issued some formats related to registration, return, refund, challans and invoices. These formats are as follows.

After pass the GST in the both houses of the parliament a council related to development of rates and exemption notifications and rates is introduce by the department.

Rate of GST:

The council has been declared the rates related to GST. These rates are as follows:

  • 0%- essential items including food
  • 5%- common use items
  • 12% and 18% - Standard Rates
  • 28% - items which are currently taxable with (30-31%)
  • 28%(with cess) - Luxury and de-merits goods

Next Step on GST:

  • GST council will be maintain/developed rates, exemptions and notification.
  • After this the IGST/CGST law will be pass in the both houses of the parliaments.
  • SGST law will be pass in the all legislature of the of the respective states (mention all states here).
  • Then GST become applicable in INDIA.

Objective of GST:

The major objective of the Goods and Service Tax will be to eliminate the double taxation or cascading effect on the production and the distribution of the goods. The exclusion of the cascading effect on the goods will benefit both the manufacturers and the consumers and would improve the GDP of the nation. The integration of different taxes under the GST will make certain things easy and will make the system more open for the consumption tax under the VAT.

GST Bill India: Latest News and Updates

  • CAG Demands Inclusion of Any Information In GST Draft Law for Auditing (Wed, 18 Jan 2017 06:35)
    Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has started its practice towards raising powers in their respective fields. While the department has always enjoyed the auditing of likewise all the information of taxation base of revenue generated in the consolidated funds of India, this time the eyes are raised for the inclusion of this power into the upcoming GST draft law to continue their prowess.
  • Inflation Rise After GST Implementation Only For Short Term: Nomura (Tue, 17 Jan 2017 12:47)
    Goods and service tax implementation is being speculated with many professional eyes and in this attempt, Nomura, Japanese financial service provider and a mogul in its field served its clever statistics over the Indian economical inflation and its overall impact along with its growth rate.
  • Road Gets Clearer for GST: Implementation Targeted on July 1 (Tue, 17 Jan 2017 07:13)
    In a noteworthy leap forward on GST front, the Center and the states ended up with an agreement on the hostile double control issue on its eighth meeting at New Delhi to make a ground for the rollout of the greatest assessment change from 1 July 2017, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
  • 80 Thousand Dealers Yet to Go through GST Migration Process (Mon, 16 Jan 2017 13:41)
    The registration process for GST migration has been in full swing but despite the fact that the State government needed merchants paying VAT (value added tax) to move to the Goods and Services Tax administration by January 15, about 80,000 merchants are yet to fall in line. A devoted group of officers had been working in the division to assist merchants paying VAT with migrating to GST told Commissioner of Commercial Taxes M Chandrasekhara Reddy.
  • GST Council Meet Today: Stress On Dual Control Issue (Mon, 16 Jan 2017 07:44)
    Finally, GST can see its day of light after the ministry and GST council has again set their meeting to discuss a crucial matter along the line today at Delhi. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will hope to break the halt over dispersion of forces amongst center and states to regulate GST