Questions tagged [gst]

To be used for any question on GST [Goods and Services Tax]. The term is predominantly used in Australia and Canada. Typically a Federal [Central Government] tax. Other countries have different terms for this tax. The GST can be used for these as well. In some countries there is a separate Goods Tax and Separate Service tax. In this case this tax should not be used. The similar tax by State [province] is called differently and should not use this tax.

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Am I supposed to get “GST/HST credit” cheques even if I have substantial savings abroad?

I have moved to Canada, Nova Scotia about a year ago, so I filed my first tax return (2017) already. Long story short, I lived the entire year out of my own savings - there was no income and no ...
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Obtaining Figures For Australian GST Business Activity Statement From GNUCash

I have been entering all my financial records into GNUCash, and now I need to find the most efficient way to extract all the needed figures for the BAS. The Income & GST Statement looks like the ...
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Is SGST applicable if UGST is applied on purchase or sales?

If my transaction belongs to union territory. Is SGST also applicable when UGST is applied for such transaction?
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Claim duty back on phone purchased via contract termination because moving overseas

6 months ago I signed up for a 24 month phone plan which included a phone at no additional cost. Today I am preparing to move from Australia to the UK for a new job and I will have to cancel my ...
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Ontario, Canada rules for tax rates for services

In Canada, various provincial and federal taxes are applied to goods and services. In the event that a tax rate changes, there can often be confusion as to which tax rate to use for services rendered. ...
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Can GST tax input credits be claimed for Meals and Entertainment which are 100% deductible for income purposes?

Typical meals-and-entertainment operating expenses for business are limited to a 50% deductible towards income calculation. There are exceptions. The rules listed by the CRA allow higher percentage to ...
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Corporate tax & GST/HST tax - Canada

I've started self incorporated small business in Canada, registered with Ontario province in 2017. As per corporate tax structure, both corporate tax return and GST/HST return is filed by end of ...
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GST and Per Diems.

As an independent contractor I charge GST for my services. When I travel outside of my home area for work I charge a per diem to cover meals and incidental expenses that are not itemized. It is a ...
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GST for android IAP

I am new to android development. I haven't registered in play console. I want to know whether the money received from IAP's GST* should be paid as IGST, CGST or SGST. We must file these three ...