When the consumers start asking for GST invoice

The GST movement will succeed completely only when the consumers start asking for GST invoice. The enforcement wings have been asked not to find faults in the initial period as suppliers need to EB given time to settle down. Surely when the customers start questioning, things will get set right. more  

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Many traders are still not equipped with a computer and invoicing systems.Unfortunately their so called accountants[who many not be CA/and may be BA.,BCOM]are advising them to keep the machines in their office and come with sales,list.What a wonderful sefish corrupt these private individuals are. more  
Mr Yogendra Garg is right . Customers must demand proper invoice for anything that they buy if GST is claimed by traders. Small traders with less than Rs 20 lakhs turnover need not come under GST , but they can not charge GST on the goods they sell. more  
As per my information it is not mandatory for seller to provide Bill under GST Act and Rules to the end customer. Hence we are suggesting in Consumer Protection Act , refusal to provide Bill on request is an Unfair Trade Practice. more  
We buyers have to demand GST invoice for every purchase. If any seller is not agreeing to provide the same we should look for alternate sources. This pressure within the system is expected to bring in more accountability and thereby, development and growth in the economy. For some period we may think that we are paying more - however with Input Tax Credit the sellers are bound to pass on the benefit. In the near future, once GST returns are correctly submitted, Input Tax Credit availed and the system is more or less streamlined, the real benefits will emerge. more  
1.Even now shops with sales of about Rs.i lakh PERDAY are issuing bills without GST . more  
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