GST collection dips marginally in January to Rs 86,318 cr; 1.03 cr taxpayers registered till 25 February
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GST revenue collections for month of January 2018 were Rs.86,318 crores which is slightly less than December collections. But it is pertinent to note that only 69% taxpayers have file GSTR-3B for the month of January. However, a closer look at the numbers shows that north eastern states are far behind in compliances and Government should put sufficient efforts to encourage taxpayers in those States to file returns.”
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