He commodity and service tax will be implemented today (June 30) from midnight in the country. It is being said that GST will eliminate many types of indirect taxes implemented in the current state at the state and central level. But in spite of all this, there will be some tax that will continue to be recovered in the country even after GST. We will try to tell about such taxes through our news.
- Central excise duty
- Drugs and toilet preparations
- Additional Duties of Excise (on special items of importance)
- Additional Duties of Excise (on Textile and Textile Products)
- Additional Duty on Custom (known as CVD)
- Special Edition Duty of Custom (SAD)
- service tax
- CES and surcharges related to supply of goods and services
- State VAT
- Central sales tax
- Purchase tax
- Luxury tax
- Entry Tax (All Form)
- Entertainment Tax (not imposed by local bodies)
- Tax on advertising
- Taxes on lotteries, betting, and gambling
- State Cess and Surcharge
After GST, these taxes will continue:
Even after GST is implemented, Mandi charges will be like before:
After commencement of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the country from July 1, many indirect taxes of the Center and the state will be over, but the mandi fee for the sale of agricultural produce in the market will remain intact. The rate of the market is different in different states of the country. The rate of the market in Uttar Pradesh is two and a half percent, including the cess. The state’s boards earn an estimated income of around Rs 1,200 crore. It can be estimated from the amount of income it earns in different states.
Although in most states, the mandi fee is one to two and a half percent, in Punjab and Haryana, it is up to four percent. In fact, whenever a farmer goes to sell his or her merchandise, there is a mandatory fee. However, Dr. Ramesh Chand, a member of the Policy Commission and agricultural expert, says that the mandi fee is not taxed as the amount received will not go to the treasury of the state government but it will be used for the maintenance, management, and staff of the boards. is.Therefore, there is nothing to do with GST coming.
Municipal Tax: the Municipal tax will also remain after GST arrives. According to the information, the municipal tax has nothing to do with GST so this tax will also be maintained.