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GST Rate Finder- Official Application Launched

GST Rate Finder- Official Application Launched A simple app to search through the various goods and services and their respective GST Rates and details. Search the entire list or respective categories of taxes for Goods and Services. Leave a comment if you liked the app or send us your suggestions.

The government on Friday launched an app called GST Rate Finder-- which as the name suggests is your ready reckoner for all the tax rates that are to be levied under the GST (Goods and Services Tax) regime. The app has been developed by the Central Board of Excise and Custom (CBEC).

"First app of its kind which would be a ready reckoner for public, for customers, for consumers, traders, students, anyone who wishes to have very handily (GST) rates available. So, if you are in a market, a restaurant or anywhere you can easily check what the (GST) rate is," CBEC chairperson Vanaja Sarna said.

GST Rate Finder- Official Application Launched 


The government has undertaken a slew of initiatives to educate and familiarise both consumers and traders since it launched GST in an elaborate midnight function on June 30-July 1 in the Parliament's central hall which which broadcast live for the entire nation.

Earlier this week the government started a series GST "masterclasses" aimed at addressing queries and clarifying any confusion or doubt regarding the new tax regime. These "masterclasses" are in the form of hour-long programs held across six days. They are telecast live on the state run television channel Doordarshan along with live webcasts. The "masterclasses" are primarily conducted by Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia who's joined by other senior government officials who'd be subject experts on the day's topic.

GST Rate Finder

GST is India's most ambitious tax reform since independence and subsumes over a dozen central and state taxes that were levied on goods and services earlier. Bringing the country under a uniform tax regime, GST is expected to add 2 per cent to India's GDP (gross domestic product).

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