Radio Taxi bill FormatInvoice Radio Taxi Format
GST Law harmonises the number of levies on goods and sevices both for the consumers and for the suppliers. â¢ Produkte and equipment below the 0% taxation threshold: Everyday produce such as food such as salt, egg, cheese, butter, dairy, honeys, vegetables, non-frozen meats fall under the 0% group. Service such as hotel or guesthouse with less than 1000 GS fall under the 0% GST rates.
â¢ Produkte and equipment below the 5% taxation threshold: Raw materials such as joss stick, liquefied petroleum gas, cooking oil, listening devices, insulation, Braille typewriter, medication, clothing under 1000, fried ground coffee leaves, teas and sugars are subject to the 5% GST-duty. The 5% taxation group then includes flights in business classes, rail traffic, printed advertisements, radio taxi and small restaurant service.
â¢ Produkte and mechanisms under the 12%igen fiscal border: Objects such as ayurvedic drugs, butters, freeze-dried meats, mobile telephones, stitching equipment, teaspoons are subject to the 12% census. Flights and hotel accommodation in Busier Class and pensions from 1000 to 2500 crowns are the conveniences covered by the 12% taxation.
â¢ Produkte and mechanisms under the 18%igen fiscal border: Service such as air-conditioned hotel that serves liquor, hotel or guesthouse in the region of RES 2500 â" RES 5000, IT and telecommunications service falls under the 18% limit. â¢ Produkte and mechanisms under the 28%igen fiscal border: Service covered by the 28% rate are movies, amusement, gambling games and hotel or guesthouse accommodation over 5000 crowns.
â¢ Through the loan book - vendors can assert input VAT credits (ITC) while they pay the taxes.
Input tax credits cannot be used for interest, fines or interest on arrears. â¢ By the cash-book GST-payments can be made in on-line and off-line mode. A few general terms and condition for GST Reimbursements are: â¢ Returns may be requested for embassy purchase. â¢ GST reimbursements may be requested by foreigners.
â¢ If the VAT credit on goods and provision of a service has not been used, a taxpayer may request reimbursement. â¢ If the VAT is more than the VAT on production and the VAT credit is not used, a reimbursement can be claimed. â¢ You may request a GST reimbursement within 2 years of the date of payment.
The GST invoicing is made out by a registred vendor and the format of the VAT invoicing must contain the following information: â¢ Name, adress and GSTIN of the vendor. â¢ If the bill is a fiscal bill, a reworked or additional bill. â¢ An invoicing number that is unique to a fiscal year. â¢ Date of issuance.
â¢ Name, adress and GSTIN of the recipient. â¢ HSN (Harmonised System of Nomenclature) and SAC ( Service Accounting Code). HSN is for goods and SAC is for service. â¢ Descriptions of the goods and sevices. â¢ The amount of goods and/or service. â¢ The overall value of the delivery. â¢ The applicable rates of each article.
â¢ The CGST, SGST and IGST taxes shall be shown in different column numbers. â¢ Name of the state that delivers and the place that delivers. â¢ Shipping location if different. â¢ There should be an explanation stating whether or not you can apply Reverse Charge.
â¢ A digitally signed document from the vendor or an authorised individual. GST legislation has the capacity to revolutionise the country's fiscal system and will prevent an increase in headline inflation due to the uniformity of fiscal treatment.