GST Calculator

The 5paisa GST calculator is an online, ready-to-use calculator that computes the GST payable for a month or quarter based on the amount entered. This calculator is appropriate for users of all trades, including buyers and sellers.

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  • GST Amount
  • Price (GST Exclusive)
  • Total Amount

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Frequently Asked Questions

A comprehensive, multi-stage, destination-based tax assessed at each stage of value addition is known as the "Goods and Services Tax." GST has replaced the country's numerous indirect taxes, which has helped the Indian government carry out its 'One Nation One Tax' agenda.

The fee is charged on products and services sold for consumption within the borders of India. The tax, which is now in place in most countries with appropriate customizations, has successfully streamlined India's indirect taxation system.

Internally produced goods and services are subject to GST, which depends on the final market price and ultimately reflects in the highest retail price. Consumers pay the tax, which adds to the final cost of any goods or services they purchase. It is first required of the seller to collect, which implies an indirect incidence, before being paid to the government.

The GST rates on various goods and services are applied consistently nationwide. For tax payment, goods and services come under various slab rates. The lower and zero slab rates include necessities, while luxury and comfort items are under higher slabs. The slab rates assigned to necessities are lower or nonexistent, whereas those assigned to luxury and comfort goods are higher. The primary goal of this classification is to guarantee an equitable distribution of wealth among Indian citizens.

With the introduction of the GST, taxpayers are now aware of the amount of tax imposed at each location where goods and services are provided. The GST rates that apply to various categories must be considered by taxpayers when calculating GST. The rates under the new tax system are 5%, 12%, 18%, and 28%.

The formula for Calculating GST

Here is the formula to determine GST by the taxpayer.

Add GST: GST Amount = (Original Cost x GST%)/100Net Price = Original Cost + GST Amount
Remove GST: GST Amount = Original Cost - [Original Cost x {100/(100+GST%)}]Net Price = Original Cost - 
GST Amount

Example of GST Calculation

If the retail price of a product is Rs. 2,000 and the GST rate that applies to it is 12%, the product's net price will be Rs. 2,000 + 12% of Rs. 2,000 (or Rs. 2,000 + Rs. 240) (or Rs. 2,240).

The following are a few of the main advantages of using a GST calculator:

●    Users can use it to calculate the net or gross product price using GST rates.
●    It allows users to distinguish between SGST, CGST, and IGST and accurately calculate each tax.
●    Instantaneous results allow for time savings.
●    It reduces the possibility of human error when figuring out how much something will cost.
●    It is easy to use and makes calculating GST simple.

Disclaimer: The calculator available on the 5paisa website is intended for informational purposes only and is designed to assist you in estimating potential investments. However, it is important to understand that this calculator should not be the sole basis for creating or implementing any investment strategy. View More..