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Stationery products

Sangeeta Bisht (Student) (35 Points)

09 August 2021  
Please help me with the provisions of Stationery.

If I'm selling Stationery to End Consumer, what are the provisions of GST which I need to follow?

 3 Replies

Rama chary Rachakonda (Master in Accounts & Lawyer email ID:ramachary64@gmail.com voice no:9989324294)   (2919 Points)
Replied 09 August 2021

Majority of the stationery products, including pens, are classified under chapter 96 of the HSN code system. The only type of stationery product not attracting any GST is slate pencils, chalk and slates. All other stationery products are taxable under GST at the following rates.

12% GST applies to the following stationery products and pens

  • Pens [other than Fountain pens, stylograph pens]
  • Pencils, crayons, pastels, drawing charcoals, writing or drawing chalks and tailor’s chalk

Sangeeta Bisht (Student) (35 Points)
Replied 09 August 2021

Sir I bought stamp pad and they did not charge GST on that, what should I do in that case?

HEMANT PATEL (9 Points)
Replied 09 August 2021

The dealer would be composition dealer who cannot charge tax or might be under threshold for gst registration.

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