Important changes of Budget 2017, effective from 01st April 2017     Key Features of BUDGET 2017     Budget 2017 - Highlights     After liberal concessions by Centre, GST council inks breakthrough, new tax regime roll-out on July 1     I-T Dept to keep record of deposits over Rs 2 lakh     IT Department changes PAN rules for automobile sales above Rs 2 lakh     GST Council meet: 14% revenue growth assumed for states     Submit monthly data of appeals disposed of: CBDT to officers     GST: The ride just got better for logistics     Adoption of GST poised to boost India's medium-term growth: IMF     GST Network operating expenses to be funded by user fee     GST rate of 18% to have short-lived impact on inflation, says RBI     GST Council: Tax exemption threshold fixed at Rs 20 lakh     GST Council consensus emerging on April 1, 2017 rollout, Rs 25 lakh threshold     Recommended 7-year tax holiday for start-ups: Sitharaman     Centre may have to re-notify GST Constitutional Amendment Act; here’s why     Rules may be eased for banks and NBFCs under GST     GST bill now a law, President Pranab Mukherjee gives assent to the constitutional amendment bill     GST will unleash significant economic activity: Barack Obama     Due Dates for the Month of September 2017     RuPay debit cards to gain from small finance banks     Barring five all petroleum items under GST regime     Sebi relaxes restrictions on more than 200 entities      Important Amendments effective from 01.06.2016    

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 GST: The ride just got better for logistics

Finally, after a debate that went on for over half a decade, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill has been passed. This indirect tax Bill, which is expected to result in a uniform tax across goods and services, except petroleum, alcohol, tobacco and selected products, will change the way industries, logistics and supply chains operate.While teething troubles are expected in various areas, including the definition and valuation of goods and services under various circumstances, the Bill, set to come into force on April 1, 2017, will optimise production, inventory and distribution nationally.

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