Government still evaluating reintroduction of Goods and Services Tax to replace Sales and Services Tax Malaysia is again facing calls to reintroduce a Goods and Services Tax to replace its turnover-based Sales and Services Taxes. GST was first introduced in April 2015 to replace SST,
Proposals to consolidate from 4 rates to 3 likely to go hold due to inflationary fears Long waited plans from the Goods and Services Tax Council to rationalise the GST rates from 4 to 3 slabs look certain to be delayed as inflation in April
Debt and inflation woes push reversal of 2019 VAT cuts The Sri Lankan government on 31 May announced with immediate effect a rise in the standard VAT rate from 8% to 12%. A range of other tax measures, including a rise in corporate income tax
New Zealand’s Inland Revenue Department introduced its 15% Goods and Services Tax on digital or electronic services provided by non-residents to consumers from 1 October 2016. There is a GST registration threshold of NZD 60,000 per annum, and there is no requirement to appoint a
April Goods and Services central filings delayed due to technology issues The Indian Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs has delayed the deadlines on returns and payments as follows: GSTR-3B and GSTR-2B delayed to 24 May. This normally submitted around the 20th. Payment of
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2019 cut to 8% may have to be reversed as country faces worst economic crisis The drop in revenues during the COVID-19 crisis may force the government to reverse the reduction in VAT in 2019 from 15% to 8% the finance minister has said. This
The Pacific island state of Palau is to introduce a Goods and Services Tax (GST) from 1 January 2023. The new indirect tax system will be based on the broad-based Australian GST regime. GST replaces Gross Revenue Tax This will replace the existing Gross Revenue