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Haryana to bring companies involved in e-commerce under tax ambit
December, 09th 2013

After bring the realtors under the tax ambit, the Haryana excise and taxation department has decided to bring companies with registration in Haryana involved in the e-commerce under the tax ambit.

Haryana Excise and Taxation Minister, Kiran Choudhry said that the decision has been taken to strengthen the state's financial status. As most of the companies are registered and operating from the NCR area of Gurgaon.

We are expecting additional revenue of Rs 200 crore from realtors. Similarly since these companies are doing the business here, hence they are liable to pay state levies as they are profit making commercial ventures using state infrastructure,'' Kiran Choudhary said.

Interacting with media persons at Haryana Niwas here, Choudhary claimed that that the government would get Central Sales Tax (CST) compensation amounting to Rs.1275 crore by the end of February 2014.The State Government is also trying to bring e-commerce under the ambit of tax.

Finance minister, P Chidambaram has assured that a budget provision for the said amount of compensation has been made. This will settle Haryana's compensation claims upto 2010. This will further boost the revenue collections as well,'' she said.

 
 
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