GST service centre opened

GST service centre opened

Tirupati: In a novel initiative of its kind, Tirupati Chamber of Commerce (TCC) has opened a service centre in its office to facilitate traders and tax payers in having hassle free transactions along with ‘The Mandamus Services’ which provides all solutions to problems relating to the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Mandamus will help in GST filings with their software, which is an advance filing system. A team of dedicated professionals, who have in-depth knowledge of GST concepts. It has the advantage of having 3B uploads for all GSTINs at one go which helps in GST return filings besides other benefits.

In this connection, TCC has organised a meeting in which CGST Joint Commissioner Amaresh Kumar, and Joint Commissioner of the SGST Omkar Reddy have participated. Addressing the traders, Amaresh Kumar said, the facility is being opened by TCC and Mandamus is a door-to-door service which will be of great use to traders and tax payers though GST service kendras are there from government side as traders require some system to address their grievances.

He assured all help from their department in this regard and wished that it should be extended to entire state. Omkar Reddy observed that centre will be immense help for those who have no knowledge on GST and facing problems in filing returns. The services being offered by Mandamus are filing returns, registrations, account filing etc., which they will complete with responsibility.

TCC President A Manjunath said from Saturday itself traders can visit TCC office and get their GST related work done by Mandamus people with a minimum cost. They want to take it to all towns in the district before taking it further to entire Rayalaseema.

Advisor at Mandamus GVV Satyanarayana explained the features of GST and e-filing system through powerpoint presentation and said that they will take care of all the stages in filing in an efficient way without any mismatches, problems and penalties to any trader. TCC secretary Madhusudan Rao, Treasurer KV Chowdary and others took part.

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