India: Measures incorporating GST Council recommendations

Measures are focused on trade facilitation and streamlining GST compliance

Measures are focused on trade facilitation and streamlining GST compliance

The government issued notifications of measures to give effect to recommendations made by the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council following their 28-29 June 2022 meeting. Read TaxNewsFlash

The measures—effective 5 July 2022, unless otherwise provided—are focused on trade facilitation and streamlining GST compliance, and specifically relate to the following issues:

  • Revocation of suspension of registration
  • Manner of determination of input tax credit and reversal thereof
  • Declaration in tax invoice
  • Payment of tax
  • Interest
  • Refunds
  • Format of various forms

Read a July 2022 report [PDF 426 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in India


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