GST on shoes, GST on clothes too. These rules related to your 'pocket' will change from January 1
GST on shoes, GST on clothes too. These rules related to your 'pocket' will change from January 1

New Delhi: Many rules related to your life are going to change from January 1, 2022. These rules will change the law GST. the GST Council has also made some amendments to the inverted duty structure in the footwear and textile sector. All these changes will come into effect from 1st January, 2022.

Google rules to be changed

Now the card details of making your payment will not be saved on the Google Play Store. The information already recorded will also be deleted. You have to refill your information to pay.

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Lpg prices are fixed on the first day of per month. This time it has to be seen whether the prices of cylinders go up on New Year's Day on 1st January, 2022.

Also give on shoes and readymade garments GST

According to the new tax rate, shoes will now attract 12 per cent GST and now it doesn't matter how much the shoes cost. That is, 12 per cent tax will also have to be paid on shoes worth Rs. 100. All textile products except cotton will attract 12% GST. Readymade garments will also have to pay 12 per cent GST.

Online auto rides will also have to be given GST

The transport service provided by the startup will also have to pay 5 per cent GST. On the other hand, if the autorickshaw driver is offering service in offline mode, there will be no GST.

Online food orders will have to be paid GST

From January 1, e-com startups like Swiggy and Zomato will charge GST on the service they provide. They will now have to submit challans to the government for such a service. However, this will not burden your pockets much. Now the same tax restaurant is collecting. The Government took this step because in the last two years, the Apps delivering food had shown poor performance of Rs. The government feels that the decision will increase their tax collection.

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