The Gen GST software is being designed and developed by SAG Infotech PVT LTD. Currently, the company has launched a Gen GST registration utility embedded within the software user interface and it is absolutely free. This utility helps the taxpayers to migrate and register themselves on the GST government portal without any session expire as the company understands the tedious task of registration in which one has to insert complex data which needs time and patience. The ultimate benefit of the Gen GST utility is accommodated with its registration and migration facility and will help seamlessly to align the taxpayer with the upcoming GST structure. Download the Utility Here

The company is preparing more software modules in such a way that the GST tax filing and billing work can be made faster and easier while everyone knows that the return filing under the GST will be done online and the payments will be accepted via Net banking, Credit/Debit card as the company has already been working consistently on online taxation software since last 16 years and it understands the professionals' requirements in a better way. As the Indian Govt. has already revealed that the returns and registrations under the GST regime will be carried away online and so the requirement of a good user-friendly software will be much needed. The GST software is designed in such a manner that the GST work becomes hassle free.

Objective of GST:

    The major objective of the Goods and Service Tax is to eliminate the double taxation or cascading effects on the production and the distribution of the goods. The exclusion of the cascading effect on the goods will benefit both the manufacturers and the consumers and would improve the GDP of the nation. The integration of different taxes under the GST will make certain things easy and will make the system more open for the consumption of goods and services.

WHAT'S NEW IN OUR GST SOFTWARE

  • Data of Govt. excel can be downloaded in the GST software online through this option
  • Import data of other softwares' Excel like Tally, Busy, Govt. Excel & SAG
  • JSON file of GSTR-1 can be imported from System
  • Import data from Tally by simple mapping
  • Get Filing Status of GSTR 1, GSTR 3B in Bulk
  • Get GSTR-1 data from Portal and compare our GST software data
  • Resolve Errors Before Final Uploading based upon GSTIN, POS & Inter-Intra, match mismatch with schema validation along with Error Report (Zip) file
  • Export data into Excel of Govt. GST Portal & Gen GST
  • Export data in Govt. GST Portal Offline Tool

All About GST India (Goods and Services Tax)

After a long wait finally a new tax reform related to indirect taxation i.e. GST will be implemented in India. Currently, there are various types of indirect taxation in the nation which has become a hurdle into the growth of the nation but as speculated, GST will make a transparent and easy going tax structure that will help in faster development of the economy. The GST is the single solution for all the Taxation System for Goods and Services. The taxes currently applicable in India include VAT, Entertainment Tax, Service Tax, Excise, Luxury Tax etc.

The GST is the single solution for all the Taxation System for Goods and Services. The taxes currently applicable in India include VAT, Entertainment Tax, Service Tax, Excise, Luxury Tax etc.

Central Level:

The Central Government Goods and Service Tax will absorb following applicable taxes:

  • Central Excise Duty.
  • The Excise Duty levied under Medicinal and toiletries preparation Act.
  • Surcharge.
  • Education Cess and Secondary and Higher Secondary education Cess.
  • Service Tax.
  • Additional Excise Duty.
  • Additional Custom Duty (CVD).
  • Special Additional Duty.
State Level:

The State Government Goods and Service Tax will take in following applicable taxes:

  • VAT/ Sales Tax.
  • Purchase Tax.
  • State Cess and Surcharge related to supply of goods and services.
  • Entertainment Tax (unless it is levied by local bodies).
  • Tax on lottery.
  • Luxury Tax.

GST Act

Final GST Rules

Final GST Formats

GST Draft Rules