Inteoduce 10% single slab

Single slab of 10% should be introduced replacing 5, 12, 18 & 28%. Simplification and rationalising of taxes is the need of the hour. I am sure in the long run govt will earn more revenue and the economy will gain. more  

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Those who pay income tax, GST should not be charged to them.
Any one is good. After paying 30 % tax and 28% GST, what is left ????

In the 40% of income we need to spend our daily need and save future. more  
Income Tax should be abolished. Instead charge all bank transactions. more  
If it is set at 10%, that will be great!

Since the inception of GST in July 17, there have been quite some changes in GST rates and shuffling of products from one rate to another, mostly from a higher slab to lower one. We hope the trends continues and settles at 10%, the sooner, the better.

I agree with Padam. Our Community, including me, cherish an urge to avoid taxes wherever possible. If this changes, even to small percentage, it will certainly usher in many benefits. more  
items of mass consumption and daily use should be made free of the gst shackles to give benefit to the poor and middle class.Higher tax can be considered for luxury items which normally poor and middle class may not be using more  
Honestly things are unlikely to be dealt with by our Indian Governments and Administrators and therefore we can not expect optimisation of tax liability for good economic scenario.

From the beginning before implementation of GST I had been saying single rate below 8% with a few exceptions of essential and necessary items "रोटी, कपड़ा और मकान" concept helping all the citizens. But our authorities always prefer to have confused working environment helping corruption.

Efforts and resources are wasted. more  
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