GST for sale of Spoons, Forks, tools and base metal parts

 

GST payable on sale of Spoons, Forks, tools and base metal parts

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GST for sale of Spoons, Forks, tools and base metal parts Spoons, Forks, tools and base metal parts falls under HSN code chapter 82 of GST commodity tariff schedule.  The details about GST rate changes for sale of Spoons, Forks, tools, base metal parts are being updated here.  The notification changes on exemptions for GST for sale of Spoons, Forks, tools, base metal parts and other circulars related to GST for Spoons, Forks, tools and base metal parts are updated in this website.

Update on 18th May, 2017: GST rates for goods

Nil GST RATE;

1. Agricultural Implements manually operated or animal driven [8201]

2. Hand tools, such as spades, shovels, mattocks, picks, hoes, forks and rakes; axes, bill hooks andsimilar hewing tools; secateurs and pruners of any kind; scythes, sickles, hay knives, hedge shears, timber wedges and other tools of a kind used in agriculture, horticulture or forestry [8201].

Reduced GST rates on 11 June 2017, click here for details

12% GST RATE;

similar hewing tools; secateursand pruners of any kind; scythes, sickles, hay knives, hedge shears, timber wedges and other tools of a kind used in agriculture, horticulture or forestry [8201].

 18% GST RATE;

All goods not specified elsewhere

1. 8203 Files, rasps, pliers (including cutting pliers), pincers, tweezers, metal cutting shears, pipecutters, bolt croppers, perforating punches and similar hand tools.

2. 8204 Handoperated spanners and wrenches (including torque meter wrenches but not including tap wrenches); interchangeable spanner sockets, with or without handles.

3. 8205 Hand tools (including glaziers' diamonds), not elsewhere specified or included; blow lamps; vices, clamps and the like, other than accessories for and parts of, machine-tools or water-jet cutting machines; anvils; portable forges; hand or pedal-operated grinding wheels with frameworks

4. 8206 Tools of two or more of the headings 8202 to8205, put up in sets for retail sale.

5. 8207Interchangeable tools for hand tools, whether or not power-operated, or for machine-tools (for example, for pressing, stamping, punching, tapping, threading, drilling, boring, broaching, milling, turning or screw driving), including dies for drawing or extruding metal, and rock drilling or earth boring tools

6. 8208 Knives and cutting blades, for machines or for mechanical appliances.

7. 8209 Plates, sticks, tips and the like for tools, unmounted, of cermets.

8. 8210 Handoperated mechanical appliances, weighing 10 kg or less, used in the preparation, conditioning or serving of food or drink.

9. 8213 Scissors, tailors' shears and similar shears, and blades therefor.

10. 8215 Spoons, forks, ladles, skimmers, cakeservers, fish-knives, butter-knives, sugar tongs and similar kitchen or tableware.

 

Reduced GST Rates on 11th June 2017

                                                                                                   Earlier rate               new rate

8215       Spoons,   forks,   ladles,   skimmers,   cake                  18%                       12%

                 servers, fish knives, tongs


Reduced GST rates on 11 June 2017, click here for details

28% GST RATE;

1. Razors and razor blades (including razor blade blanks in strips) [8212]

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                           Present rate        new rate

8212       Razors and razor blades                                         28%                   18%

              (including razor blade blanks in strips)

 

2. Other articles of cutlery (for example, hair clippers, butchers' or kitchen cleavers, choppers and mincing knives,); manicure or pedicure sets and instruments (including nail files); other than paper knives, pencil sharpeners and blades thereof [8214].

 

Revised GST Rates on 10th November, 2017

                                                                                                        Present rate        new rate

8214       Other articles of cutlery (for example,                                  28%                 18%

               hair clippers, butchers' or kitchen cleavers,

              choppers and mincing knives,); manicure or pedicure sets and

              instruments  (including  nail  files)  [other  than  paper  knives,  pencil

              sharpeners and blades thereof]

Goods and Service Tax (GST) rate tariff in India is designed in 6 categories of goods and services.  Four main GST rate slabs framed with Essential goods and services, Standard goods and services and luxury goods and services with 5%, 12%, 18% and 28% respectively.  Commonly used Goods and Services at 5%, Standard Goods and Services fall under 1st slab at 12%, Standard Goods and Services fall under 2nd Slab at 18% and Special category of Goods and Services including luxury - 28%.   The most essential goods and services attract nil rate of GST under Exempted Categories.     Luxury goods and services and certain specific goods and services   attract additional cess than 28% GST.

GST for sale of Spoons, Forks, tools and base metal parts

Zero rate of GST on sale of timber wedges

Zero percent GST on purchase or sale of Spoons

Nil rate of GST on sale of spades

Waived GST on purchase of sickles

Nil tariff of GST on sale of shovels

No need to pay GST on sale of scythes

Nil rate tariff of GST on sale of rakes

No GST on sale or purchase of picks

Nil rate of GST on sale of mattocks

No need pay GST on sale of hewing tools

No need to pay GST on sale of hedge shears

Zero rate of GST on purchase of hay knives

Zero rate of GST on sale of Cutlery

No need to pay of GST on sale of axes

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GST for sale of Spoons, Forks, tools and base metal parts

Zero rate of GST on sale of timber wedges

Zero percent GST on purchase or sale of Spoons

Nil rate of GST on sale of spades

Waived GST on purchase of sickles

Nil tariff of GST on sale of shovels

No need to pay GST on sale of scythes

Nil rate tariff of GST on sale of rakes

No GST on sale or purchase of picks

Nil rate of GST on sale of mattocks

No need pay GST on sale of hewing tools

No need to pay GST on sale of hedge shears

Zero rate of GST on purchase of hay knives

Zero rate of GST on sale of Cutlery

No need to pay of GST on sale of axes

As per GST Law, there is no GST payable on Agricultural implements manually operated.

Zero rate of GST on sale of Agricultural implements animal driven

Nil tariff GST on sale of secateurs and pruners

No need to pay GST on sale of hoes

As per GST Law, there is no GST payable on forks.

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No GST on Hand tools, such as spades, shovels, mattocks, picks, hoes, forks and rakes; axes, bill hooks and similar hewing tools; secateurs and pruners of any kind; scythes, sickles, hay knives, hedge shears, timber wedges and other tools of a kind used in agriculture, horticulture or forestry fall under GST exemption list

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