As per the recent tweet by CNBC-TV18, sources say the GST Council decides to ease compliance for taxpayers. Council decides to waive the requirement for filing refund claims by condoning the 2 year COVID period between 1st March 2020 till 28 Feb 2022.
- GST Council decides to ease compliance for taxpayers
- Council decides to waive the requirement for filing refund claims by condoning the 2 yr COVID period between 1st March 2020 till 28 Feb 2022
- Council decides to permit tax authorities to file appeals against erroneous refunds by not considering the 2 year period
- Council decides to extend the timeline for filing GSTR 4 for FY22 without late fees by composition dealers likely to be extended to 28th July; earlier deadline was 30th June
- Council agrees to extend the due date of filing of FORM GST CMP-08 for composition taxpayers for Q1 of FY23 from 18 July to 30 July
- Council agrees to amend Rules to ease the procedure for filing of refund claim w.r.t export of electricity
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