The Revenue Department today clarified that sale of old jewellery by individuals will not attract any GST as the sale is not for furthering any business.
GJSCI conducted its 4thedition of ‘Jewel Talks’, a monthly interactive platform between both industry experts and aspirants pursuing a career in the gems & jewellery industry.
The visit saw the esteemed presence of 20 Members of Parliament who appreciated GJSCI.
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The recommendations include increasing PAN card limit at Rs. 5 lakh and above, GST at 1.25 per cent, etc.
The exhibition is being held at Kalaneri Art Gallery till 20th January 2017.
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