Training would be offered for GST return filling

hear the news

hear the news

Farrukhabad. A meeting of officials and traders took place at the trade tax office in Fatehgarh on Friday. Given the problems with GST returns, the electronic waybill and registration, Dealer Q needs to be organized. A workshop will be organized on this next month.
Arun Prakash Tiwari, Dadua, Manoj Mishra, Rohit Goyal, etc., chairmen of the board, told the officials about their problems. Dealers should be trained to file GST returns, create e-waybills and register online, dealers said. To this end, the officials were asked to organize a workshop.
Traders said arrangements should also be made for an acting officer at the level of an additional commissioner for appeal in the district. Deputy Commissioner Ram Singh Yadav promised to organize the workshop next month. Said the place and date will be fixed later. He gave traders information about the interest exemption scheme and said the scheme would run from March 2021 through September 2. Under this December 31, 2020
Until September 2nd, if the amount created in accordance with the Sales Tax Act, the Entry Tax Act and the Central Sales Tax Act is deposited by the dealer, a full interest exemption takes place. He also distributed I VAT (Value Added Tax) calculation forms from the government. Deputy Commissioner Vikas Sagar, Deputy Commissioner Vijay Tripathi, Santosh Singh, Jitendra Kumar Verma, Ikhlaq Khan, Rakesh Saxena, Lakhan Singh etc. were present.
Farrukhabad. The Chief Food Safety Officer Ashutosh Rai and the team carried out raids to combat adulteration. He took samples of Tur Dal from Laxmikant’s store in Linjiganj Market and mustard oil from Brijesh Kumar’s store in Singh Vahini Colony of Bhopatpatti. Both samples are tested in the laboratory. (Dialog)

Farrukhabad. A meeting of officials and traders took place at the trade tax office in Fatehgarh on Friday. Given the problems with GST returns, the electronic waybill and registration, Dealer Q needs to be organized. A workshop will be organized on this next month.

Arun Prakash Tiwari, Dadua, Manoj Mishra, Rohit Goyal, etc., chairmen of the board, told the officials about their problems. Dealers should be trained to file GST returns, create e-waybills and register online, dealers said. To this end, the officials were asked to organize a workshop.

Traders said arrangements should also be made for an acting officer at the level of an additional appeals commissioner in the district. Deputy Commissioner Ram Singh Yadav promised to organize the workshop next month. Said the place and date will be fixed later. He gave traders information about the interest exemption scheme and said the scheme would run from March 2021 through September 2. Under this December 31, 2020

Until September 2nd, if the amount created in accordance with the Sales Tax Act, the Entry Tax Act and the Central Sales Tax Act is deposited by the dealer, a full interest exemption takes place. He also distributed sales tax (VAT) assessment forms from the government. Deputy Commissioner Vikas Sagar, Deputy Commissioner Vijay Tripathi, Santosh Singh, Jitendra Kumar Verma, Ikhlaq Khan, Rakesh Saxena, Lakhan Singh etc. were present.

Farrukhabad. The Chief Food Safety Officer Ashutosh Rai and the team carried out raids to combat adulteration. He took samples of Tur Dal from Laxmikant’s store in Linjiganj Market and mustard oil from Brijesh Kumar’s store in Singh Vahini Colony of Bhopatpatti. Both samples are tested in the laboratory. (Dialog)

.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply