Govt Launches GST Rate Finder App: Here’s How You Can Use It

The Logical Indian Crew

July 13th, 2017

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The tax department has launched the app GST Rate Finder. Available on Google Play platform for Android handsets, the app enables users to find the applicable GST rates on goods and services.

The rates can also be accessed on the tax department’s website.


Here is how you can download GST Rates Finder App

  1. Open Google Play Store on your smartphone.
  2. Go to the search tab and search for “GST Rate Finder”.
  3. Select the app and press “Install” to download the app on your phone.

Here is how you can use the GST Rates Finder App

  1. Open the GST Rates Finder app on your phone.
  2. To find out the details about a product, write its name in the search box and click enter.
  3. This will provide you with the all the details related to the product.

 

Open Google Play Store on your smartphone.

 


 

Go to the search tab and search for “GST Rate Finder”.

 


 

Select the app and press “Install” to download the app on your phone.

 


 

Open the GST Rates Finder app on your phone.

 


 

This is the interface of the app.

 


 

To find out the details about a product, write its name in the search box and click enter.

 


 

This will provide you with the all the details related to the product.

 


 

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