GST collection in Nov falls to Rs 80,808 cr on rate cuts, credit usage; clarity likely only by Q1 of FY19
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Firstpost “Ansh Bhargava, head, growth & strategy, Taxmann, has, however, raised the concern that the government’s tweaking of the rules may have sent a negative message for the tax payers.
“The government has suspended GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 due to difficulties in invoice matching and the date for GSTR-1 has been extended several times. These extensions granted by government has sent a negative message in mind of taxpayers due to technical glitches in GSTN portal that portal is not ready to keep check of faulty taxpayers,” Bhargava said in a statement.”
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