Goods and Services Tax - The Value Added Tax Rate in Maharashtra for the goods falling under Schedule C, except declared goods was increased from 5% to 5.50% with effect from 01.04.2016 vide Notification No. VAT. 1516/CR-31/Taxation 1 dated 30.03.2016 & Trade Circular Trade Circular No.9T of 2016 dated 22.04.2016. ...Read More
Goods and Services Tax - Effective 07 December, 2010, the rate of VAT in Meghalaya has been enhanced, as mentioned below: Goods falling under Schedule II and liable to tax at 4% Rate up to 6 December, 2010 – 4% Rate with effect from 7 December, 2010 – 5% Source- No.ERTS (T) 12/2010/30,dated 07 December, 2010...Read More
Goods and Services Tax - Following criticism and pressure from the Opposition, Sheila Dikshit-led Delhi government today withdrew a four-per-cent value-added tax (VAT) on cooking gas, resulting in a Rs 12-13 relief to consumers. The Delhi government, however, did not roll back the withdrawal of the Rs-40 subsidy on LPG cylinders. The government also withdrew the ...Read More
Goods and Services Tax - The Meghalaya budget 2010-11, presented in the Assembly today, proposed to hike the VAT rate on all items, barring wheat and rice, from four per cent to five per cent. Presenting the budget, Finance Minister Mukul Sangma proposed to raise the royalty rate on coal to realise Rs 42 crore. The tax on luxuries will be amended to rationalise t...Read More
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