Month: June 2017

GST Registration Process Guide | Procedure, Rules, Forms, Documents Required

What is GST Registration? GST Registration is needed for all the suppliers who run their business across India. Every business who are carrying out a taxable supply of goods or services under GST regime and whose turnover exceeds the threshold limit of Rs. 20 lakh/ 10 Lakh as applicable will be required to register as a normal taxable person. Read Also: Will GST Impact Your Daily Budget? Check the Final GST Rates for Goods & Services What Is the Necessary For GST Registration? GST Registration must be done by all the companies, small startups, industries who make a profit over...

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Will GST Impact Your Daily Budget? Check the Final GST Rates for Goods & Services

GST decided the rates for over 500 services and 1,211 goods and its tax rates for all Goods and services will be at 5%, 8%, 18% and 28%. In the meeting, the officials said that there would be 80-90% of items are cut into the GST’s five broad rates. During the GST Council meet, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told that the upcoming regime in tax reform for the Entertainment activities, household and personal care products would be reduced, and on the other side, most of the services like healthcare and transportation are charged at the rate of 15% currently...

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German lawmakers Vote to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage

Today, German lawmakers voted to legalise same-sex marriage. On this issue, After the longstanding opposition left by Chancellor Angela Merkel to a free vote, a landmark decision had come. As heterosexual couples, the bill gives homosexual couples in Germany by allowing same-sex marriage and can adopt children. It is going to pass through the Budersrat in Germany’s upper house in next week. The Bundesrat has earlier approved legalising same-sex marriage. Read also Hitler’s Wife Eva Braun – “The Unhappiest Women in Germany” Germany will enter the club of more than 20 countries only after the law gets signed by the officials where same-sex marriage...

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Donald Trump’s Ban on People from Six Muslim Countries Takes Effect

On Thursday, US President Donald Trump temporary banned on refugees and travellers from six mainly Muslim countries. After the Supreme Court had allowed by following five-month battle with rights groups, now its came into effect. Ban is necessary to block terrorist from the entering the country, says trumps administration. But immigrant advocates charge that it illegally singles out Muslims. People visitors from Six Muslim countries are Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. It is banned for the duration of 90 days and exceptions for people with “close family relationships” in the US, which the government has defined nearly, excluding grandparents...

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