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CBIC Cleared Rs 11,052 Cr GST Refund Claims Since April 8

GST Claims

Refunds were sanctioned while ensuring work from home, it added.The ministry of Finance had on April 8 said that to provide relief during CoVid-19 it has been decided to issue all GST and custom refunds which would benefit around 1 lakh tax payers.(metadata)

The Central Board of Indirect Taxes (CBIC) said it has sanctioned GST refund claims worth Rs 11,052 crore in 47 days.

In a tweet on Moday, the CBIC said it is “committed to ensuring liquidity to GST taxpayers especially MSME sectors during the lockdown”.

The tweet added that 29,230 refund claims amounting to Rs 11,052 crore disposed of between April 8-May 24, the CBIC added.
Refunds have been sanctioned while ensuring work from home, it added.

The finance ministry had on April 8 said that to provide relief during COVID-19 it has been decided to issue all pending GST and custom refunds which would benefit around 1 lakh business entities, including MSME.

The total refund granted will touch approximately Rs 18,000 crore, it had said.

The CBIC previously asked it’s field officers to avoid asking for physical submission of documents from entities who are claiming GST and Customs refunds and instead use official email for all communication, keeping in mind the social distancing norm

The CBIC had exclaimed that the decision to process pending refund claims has been taken with a view to provide immediate relief to the taxpayers in these difficult times even though the GST Law provides 15 days for issuing acknowledgement or deficiency memo and total 60 days for disposing off refund claims without any liability to pay interest.

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