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What Is HSN Code?
The full form of HSN stands for “Harmonized System of title”. HS Code which is known as HSN Code in India was developed by World Customs Organization (WCO) as a standardized system that classifies goods all over the world in a regular manner. In India, HSN Code has 4, 6 & 8- number outfit canons that classify further than 5000 products and are accepted worldwide.
Why is the HSN law important?
Being an internationally recognized standard, the first 6 integers of the HSN Code are the same for all the countries. But for further type countries have added more digits to their separate HS Code systems. For illustration, In India, we have an 4, 6 & 8 number type whereas the US uses HTS Canons known as Harmonized Tariff Schedule, which has a 10 number type.
Why the HSN law used is demanded?
Since HSN Code is an internationally accepted standard for classifying products, that makes it a logical way of relating goods for both domestic and foreign trade. It can be used to gather data and understand foreign and domestic trade passing internally as well as outside the country in a much more effective manner. This will further help the government in deciding macroeconomic programs related to the trade of these goods.
Who provides HSN Code?
Any changes or expression or addition of new canons in HSN Canons are carried out by DGFT (Directorate General of Foreign Trade). Changes in product descriptions, removing defunct canons, the addition of new canons etc., are done periodically as a part of the ongoing process towards perfecting HSN Canons.
How does the quest for HSN Code work?
Search By Product Name Type the name of your product, you will get recommendations of the most applicable 4 number HSN Canons. Hit quest for all results if the recommendations do not contain the right HS law. Click on the 4 number law to get 6 and 8 number HS law details for import- import purposes, as well as the GST Rates.
Hunt by HSN Code Type the first 2 or first 4 integers of the HSN Code. Click on the asked result to get farther information about the HSN law.
How to use HSN law using order List?
We have distributed the list of HSN Canons into 23 broad sections under All orders. Navigate from this menu to the 2 number, 4 number, 6 & 8 number HSN Canons singly. Find GST rates of HSN Canons by clicking on 4 number law.
Is HSN Code Mandatory?
In exports, the ITC- HS Canons are obligatory. It’s obligatory to mention the 8 number HSN Code on the shipping bill, failing which the import benefits shall not accrue. In GST Registration still, HSN Canons are not obligatory for businesses with a development of lower than Rs1.5 cr or if the dealer is registered under the Composition Scheme of GST.
|Chapter 1||Live Animals, Bovine and Poultry|
|Chapter 2||Meat and Edible Offal of Animals|
|Chapter 3||Fish Meat and Filets|
|Chapter 4||Eggs, Honey and Milk Products|
|Chapter 5||Non Edible Animal Products|
|Chapter 6||Live Trees and Plants|
|Chapter 8||Organic products and Dry Fruits|
|Chapter 9||Tea, Coffee and Spices|
|Chapter 10||Palatable Grains|
|Chapter 11||Processing Industry Products|
|Chapter 12||Oil Seeds, Fruit and Part of Plants|
|Chapter 13||Gums, Resins, Vegetable SAP and Extracts|
|Chapter 14||Vegetable Material and Products|
|Chapter 15||Fats, Oils and Waxes their Fractions|
|Chapter 16||Protected/Prepared Food Items|
|Chapter 17||Sugar, Jaggery, Honey and air pocket Gums|
|Chapter 18||Chocolate and Cocoa Products|
|Chapter 19||Pizza, Cake, Bread, Pasta and Waffles|
|Chapter 20||Palatable Plants – Fruits, Nuts and Juices|
|Chapter 21||Tea and Coffee Extract and Essence|
|Chapter 22||Water – Mineral and Aerated|
|Chapter 23||Flours, Meals and Pellets|
|Chapter 24||Tobacco, Stemmed and Stripped|
|Chapter 25||Salts and Sands|
|Chapter 26||Mineral Ores and Slags|
|Chapter 27||Non-renewable energy sources – Coal and Petroleum|
|Chapter 28||Gases and Non Metals|
|Chapter 29||Hydrocarbons – Cyclic and Acyclic|
|Chapter 30||Drugs and Pharmaceuticals|
|Chapter 32||Tanning and Coloring Products|
|Chapter 33||Medicinal oils, Beauty Products|
|Chapter 34||Cleansers, Waxes, Polish items|
|Chapter 35||Casein, Albumin, Gelatin, Enzymes|
|Chapter 36||Forces, Explosives, Fuses, Fireworks|
|Chapter 37||Visual and Cinematographic Films|
|Chapter 38||Insect sprays, Artificial Carbon and Graphite|
|Chapter 39||Polymers, Polyethylene, Cellulose|
|Chapter 40||Elastic, Plates, Belt, Condesnsed Milk|
|Chapter 41||Crude stows away and Skins, Leather|
|Chapter 42||Trunks, Suit-cases, Vanity cases|
|Chapter 43||Crude Fur Skins, Articles of attire|
|Chapter 44||Fuel wood, Wood Charcoal|
|Chapter 45||Normal Cork, Shuttlecock Cork|
|Chapter 46||Plaiting Materials, Basketwork|
|Chapter 47||Mechanical and Chemical woodpulp|
|Chapter 48||Newsprint, Uncoated paper and paperboard|
|Chapter 49||Printed Books, Brochures, Newspapers|
|Chapter 50||Silk Worm Coccon, Yarn, Waste and Woven Fabrics|
|Chapter 51||Fleece materials and Waste, Animal Hairs|
|Chapter 52||Cotton materials, Synthetics and Woven textures|
|Chapter 53||Flex crude, Vegetable materials and Paper yarn|
|Chapter 54||Manufactured felaments, Woven textures and Rayons|
|Chapter 55||Manufactured felament tows and Polyster staple fiber|
|Chapter 56||Towels, Napkins, ropes and Netting materials|
|Chapter 57||Rugs and Floor covers material Handlooms|
|Chapter 58||Marks, Bades, Woven heap and Chennile, Terry towelings|
|Chapter 59||Rubberised material textures, Convayer belts|
|Chapter 60||Pile,Wrap Knit,Tarry and Croched textures|
|Chapter 61||Men and Women Clothing|
|Chapter 62||Men and Women Jackets, Coats and Garments|
|Chapter 63||Covers and Bedsheets|
|Chapter 64||Shoes and Footwear Products|
|Chapter 65||Caps and Accessories|
|Chapter 66||Umbrellas and Accessories|
|Chapter 67||Counterfeit blossoms, Wigs and False Beards|
|Chapter 68||Amazing and Building Stones|
|Chapter 69||Blocks, Blocks and Ceramics|
|Chapter 70||Glasses, Mirrors, Flasks|
|Chapter 71||Pearls, Diamonds, Gold, Platinum|
|Chapter 72||Iron, Alloys, Scrap and Granules|
|Chapter 73||Iron cylinder, heaps and Sheets|
|Chapter 74||Copper Mattes, Rods, Bars, Wires, Plates|
|Chapter 75||Nickel Mattes and Unwrought Nickel|
|Chapter 76||Unwrought Aluminum-Rods, Sheets and Profiles|
|Chapter 78||Unwrought Lead – Rods, Sheets and Profiles|
|Chapter 79||Unwrought Zinc – Rods, Sheets and Profiles|
|Chapter 80||Unwrought Tin – Rods, Sheets and Profiles|
|Chapter 81||Magnesium, Cobalt, Tungsten Articles|
|Chapter 82||Hand Tools and Cutlery|
|Chapter 83||Locks, Metal Mountings and Fittings|
|Chapter 84||Modern Machinery|
|Chapter 85||Electrical Parts and Electronics|
|Chapter 86||Railroad Locomotives and Parts|
|Chapter 87||Farm haulers and Motor Vehicles|
|Chapter 88||Inflatables, Parachutes and Airlift Gear|
|Chapter 89||Journey Ships and Boats|
|Chapter 90||Clinical, Chemical and Astronomy|
|Chapter 91||Watches and Clocks|
|Chapter 93||Military Weapons and guns|
|Chapter 94||Furniture, Bedding and lighting|
|Chapter 95||Youngsters Toys, Table and Board Games and Sports Goods|
|Chapter 96||Pencil Lighter Toiletries|
|Chapter 97||Canvases Decoratives Sculptures|
|Chapter 98||Hardware Lab Chemicals Drugs Medicines|
GST FAQ ’S
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1. Would an ISD bear to gain registration for each state?
Answer: Input Service Distributor is demanded to gain obligatory registration under GST in a state or Union home from where he makes a taxable force of goods or services or both. thus, he is not demanded to gain registration in the State/ Union home to where he is distributing the credit.
2. Supplies to Export acquainted Unit whether it’s needs to be reckoned as Deemed Export or Zero rated force?
Answer: Only supplies made to SEZ has been notified as Zero rated force. supplies to EOU has not been notified under Zero rated force so it shall be treated as normal taxable supplies.
My client is a manufacturer of some food product and he is also supplying the same in his café so under composition scheme he has to pay 5 as a service provider or as a manufacturer 1.
Still, also it will be considered as manufacture and accordingly, 2 GST rate will apply, If you are supplying the food product in packets to the guests. still, if force bhajiya to the guests in your caffs, also 5 GST shall be applicable.
3. Our company have input credit on Excise and Handbasket of the end of June 17, Shall we adjust closing balance input credit in July, i.e, GST month trade. If yes please advise us the procedure to follow. We have entered an order from our Chennai ( original) customer, but material deliver to Chhattisgarh. In this trade IGST will applicable or SGST and CGST applicable?
Answer: 1. ITC in case of stock held as on 30th june, 2017 can be claimed by filing Form Tran- 1 wherein all the details of ITC and stock shall be disclosed. After form of Form Tran- 1 the electronic credit census shall be credited. The said ITC shall be employed at the time of form of GSTR- 3.
2. Since the goods are entered in Chhattisgarh so the place of force shall be Chhattisgarh therefore it shall be treated as an interstate force and IGST shall be charged.
4. What is difference between Works Contract or Mixed force?
Answer: factory contract means a contract for structure, construction, fabrication, completion, construction, installation, fitting out, improvement, modification, form, conservation, addition, modification or commissioning of any unmovable property wherein transfer of property in goods (whether as goods or in some other form) is involved in the execution of analogous contract.
Further, mixed force means two or further individual supplies of goods or services, or any combination thereof, made in convergence with each other by a taxable person for a single price where analogous force does not constitute a emulsion force. Illustration. A force of a package conforming of canned foods, sweets, chocolates, galettes, dry fruits, aerated drinks and fruit authorities when supplied for a single price is a mixed force. Each of these particulars can be supplied singly and is not dependent on any other. It shall not be a mixed force if these particulars are supplied singly.
5. Company A manufactures fertilizers and B is the agent. B receives 1 Metric Ton (MT) from A priced at 1 lakh. B sells the same to end guests for a total consideration of., 000 is the commission B is getting also. So, the questions are 1. What will be the total development, WHY?
Answer: 10, 000, If it’s 2. The aggregate development of A shall be taken as Rs. because aggregate development includes all supplies made by the person, whether on his own account or made on behalf of his agent. thus, the development of agent will be included in the development of star.
6. I have Hand basket credit on my ending stock of goods. Can I claim it as refund in my or can I carry it forward and set it off against my forthcoming GST liability?
Answer: Handbasket credit can be claimed by you in respect of closing stock held as on 30th June. For claiming the same you are demanded to file Form Tran- 1. You can claim 100 of the Hand basket credit handed you have filed all the returns demanded under the being law for the period of six months directly preexisting the appointed date.
I am an exporter of service and the service is fully pure from duty but I am paying GST on input service. Can I claim refund of input duty credit.
In case of import, duty paid on the input service can be claimed as refund under GST.
If a person only deals in exempted product having their own brand also does it bear registration
If a person only deals in exempted supplies and no taxable supplies also no registration is demanded to be attained.
7. What if a person sells hispre- possessed bus of Rs. 25 lacs to a dealer of alternate hand motorcars, will he be covered under casual taxable person and does he needs to deposit the duty?
Answer: The trade of bus will be treated as force under GST and accordingly registration is required. However, also you can take registration as a casual taxable person, If you are not engaged in any other supplies. The registration of casual taxable person will be valid for the period of 90 days only.
8. In GST only the Radio hack or passenger transport services handed through electronic commerce motorist are under RCM. So what about Rent-a-cab services handed by a person other than electronic commerce motorist? What is GST rate and HSN law?
Answer: Still, also hinder charge is not applicable in this case and the supplier i, Ife- commerce is not involved in the transportation ofpassengerservice.e. the person who is supplying the renting of hack service is demanded to pay GST accordingly. Further, GST rate in case of Renting of motorcab is 5 with no ITC is applicable.
9. Is composition dealer liable to pay hinder charge in addition to fixed chance of normal GST that he has to pay?
Answer: If hinder charge is applicable on a particular force also the composition dealer has to pay GST under hinder charge as a philanthropist of force at normal GST rates as applicable.
10. Whether Agent or brokers need to compulsorily register GST or limit of 20 lakhs is applicable for them?
Answer: Under GST, registration is obligatory for persons who make taxable supplies on behalf of other persons as an agent. thus, you are compulsorily demanded to gain registration under GST irrespective of your development. It means that if an agent is making a taxable force on the behalf of his star, also he is compulsorily demanded to gain registration under GST indeed if his development is lower thanRs. 20 lakhs. thus, if you work as an agent, also registration under GST is mandatorily demanded.
11. If an association is collecting monthly subscription of Rs. less than 5000 pm per member but the aggregate development is farther than Rs. 20 lakhs whether GST is applicable. Whether GST applicable on sinking fund, corpus fund and recovery of pipelined gas charges from dwellers on the base of meter readings?
Answer: Under GST governance, indeed if the payment of charges upto Rs. 5000 are pure under GST, but still the exempted supplies will be covered for calculating the aggregate development. thus, registration under GST will be demanded and the payment upto Rs. 5000 shall be pure under GST. Further, if the charges are collected in the capacity of pure agent, also no GST shall be livable, differently; GST shall be outstanding in this case.
12. We give import services. We need to issue duty tab to customer or bill of force?
Answer: Exports are classified as zero- rated supplies under GST. These are not exempted services therefore duty tab is demanded to be issued in case of import of services.
13. In case of transfer of business as a going concern, what will be to input duty credit in the books of transferor? Will it be treated as force and GST charged on force of means and stock or will it be transferred without charging any GST?
Answer: In case of transfer of business, input duty credit which remains unutilized in the electronic credit census of the the transferor shall be transferred in the electronic credit census of the transferee. Tranfer of means shall be treated as force and GST shall be levied on it.
14. Is GST applicable for the person whose is vegetable commision agent?
Answer: The services handed by a commission agent for trade or purchase of agricultural yield are pure under GST therefore no registration is demanded to be attained.
15. Can we use former month ITC of hinder charge to discharge the liability of current month under hinder charge?
Answer: For the payment of impositions under hinder charge, ITC can’t be claimed. thus, hinder charge liability is demanded to be deposited through electronic cash census only. Further, the amount of impositions paid under hinder charge can be employed to pay the affair duty liability of the coming month under normal charge.
16. GST outstanding on GTA will be@ 5 on full consideration charged. Whether the GST so paid under RCM is eligible for Input Tax Credit. In case of Manpower force & security force under the GST whether RCM is applicable?
Answer: 1) The Input credit of the amount paid under RCM for transportation service entered from GTA can be taken. 2) Manpower force and security service are not under Rear Charge but outstanding by service provider.
17. We are into trading of Band saw blades. Bought from Noida, & sold in Gujarat, having a truly low turnover (lower than 10 lakh) Pls suggest if form CMP 01 is applicable to our business?
Answer: Form CMP- 01 is for concluding Composition scheme. Composition scheme can be decided only if the development is below 75 lakhs and the supplier is making only intra- state force. In case of inter- state force and force through e- commerce motorist composition scheme isn’t available. still, also you can conclude for composition scheme, If you are registered in Gujarat and supplying only in Gujarat.
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