47th GST Council Meeting: Know the Key Decisions

47th GST Council Meeting: Know the Key Decisions

Deepak Gupta | Jun 29, 2022 |

47th GST Council Meeting: Know the Key Decisions

47th GST Council Meeting: Know the Key Decisions

The 47th GST Council Meeting was held in Chandigarh on 28th and 29th June 2022. Here is the List of Key Decisions Taken.

E-Way Bill

The E-Way Bill applicability for Intra-State Movement of Gold to be Decided by the States.

GST Tribunal

GST Council to meet again on 1st August to decide on the establishment of the GST Appellate Tribunal and Group of Ministers (GOM) has been created for the same.

E-Commerce Operators

Now Online Retailers below 40 Lakhs are not required to get GST registration for Intra-State Transactions.

GST Portal Reforms

Council approved Report of GoM suggesting IT reforms

GST Cess Collection

GST Cess Collection will be used for Repayment of the Loan till 2026. GoM on Rate Rationalization Extended for Three more Months. Also, GST Compensation Cess for States shall continue.

GST Rate Changes

Rate Changes on Certain Items Approved, will be Implemented from 18th July.

GST Rate on Casinos, Online Gaming

No Decision on GST Rate for Casinos, Online Gaming. GST Council to again meet on 1st August to decide Tax on Casinos.

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