VISION MISSION AND VALUES
VISION To become a trusted National Information Utility (NIU) which provides reliable, efficient and robust IT Backbone for the smooth functioning of the Goods & Services Tax regimen.
Provide common and shared IT infrastructure and services to the Central and State Governments, Tax Payers and other stakeholders for implementation of the Goods & Services Tax (GST).
Inclusiveness, Efficiency, Transparency, Commitment, Collaboration, Excellence, Innovation and Accountability
Goods and Service Tax Network (GSTN) is a one stop solution for all your indirect tax requirements. It is a Section 25, not for profit organisation owned by government and private players jointly. GSTN has been entrusted with the responsibility of building Indirect Taxation platform for GST to help you prepare, file, rectify returns and make payments of your indirect tax liabilities. Just because it will be a one stop solution for all indirect tax requirements, business will be able to manage tax easily. Unlike current indirect tax, where there are multiple sites backed by provisions and compliances, it will become lot easier for the assesse and government to track the status of returns and payments with the help of GSTN Read More..
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Prakash Kumar, CEO, GSTN talks about various important aspects of upcoming GST roll out. Questions on multiple return filing, guidelines for smooth transactions on GST Common Portal, use of offline utility and concerns about data security have been addressed. Watch First Part & Second Part
The e-way bill mechanism used for tracking inter, intrastate movement of goods will likely be delayed as the draft rules are still to be discussed in the GST Council, GSTN chairman Navin Kumar said. Read More…
GSTN assured stakeholders that all their data will be stored in an encrypted form and only the taxpayer and the assessing officer will have access to the information. Read More…
With the ambitious Goods and Services Tax set to be rolled out from July 1, its IT backbone, GSTN, is preparing for all kinds of contingencies. It recently conducted a pilot with over 3,000 taxpayers and with the feedback is trying to make the system user friendly, GSTN Chairman Navin Kumar told.