Difference between SGST and Central Excise Tax

 

Difference between Central Excise Tax and SGST



What is SGST and Central Excise Tax? How does Central Excise Tax differ from SGST?


SGST means State Goods and Service Tax, a part of Goods and Service Tax (GST).


Central Excise Tax is levied up on manufacture of excisable goods in India. Central excise Tax is merged with Goods and Service Tax, GST. Central Excise Tax has to be paid at the time of removal of manufactured products. Whereas GST which includes SGST is collected at the final stage of movement of goods at end user level.


Separate information about Central Excise Tax and SGST is mentioned in this web blog. You may click below links to know more about SGST and Central Excise Tax:


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The above details explain in brief about difference between Central Excise Tax and SGS.



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