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Website & Software Development Service in Patna

DECENT DESIGN a leading web design company located in Patna Bihar. We have more than 5 years experience and have done 300 + Project so far. Our Service & products are, Website designing, billing & inventory software, School Management software, Hotel management software, E commerce / Shopping Website, Bulk SMS, Domain & Service etc…

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Website Designing

It is very important to establish a good online presence in today’s Digital world. Our aim is to provide websites that provide you with what works best on the digital world and for your business. We help to create your business growth by digital world with affordable price.

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School Management Software

Decent Design Customized School ERP Software easy to ease, no need to learn any accounts or computers. Smart ERP all-in-one school management system software that is specifically designed to simplify administrative & academic management of a school. Online Demo Click Here

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GST Billing Software

Decent Design specializing in custom software development, accounting software, Billing & Sale / Purchase software, School management software, billing management software, GST Billing Software ETC. More Details

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Software Development

We have a experienced team of software developer who are experienced enough to develop your software as per your requirements. Decent Design specializing in custom software development, accounting software, Billing & Sale / Purchase software, School management software, billing management software, GST Billing Software ETC…

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Web / Mobile Development

We develop user-friendly websites and all our websites meet latest web trends as per Google guidelines. We develop both Static as well as Dynamic websites for affordable and effective business solutions. The CMS based website that we develop is so easy to use that anyone can add, delete or modify the existing content.

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Bulk SMS Service

We also provide Bulk SMS Service to our client in Barauni and whole Bihar. Our dedicated Bulk SMS Server can send sms directly from MS EXCEL. We provide bulk sms gateway for sending sms. Send SMS from internet from your Mobile and computer.

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GST Software _ GST PRO

We have already started development of GST software under the name of GST Pro. Our qualified team of Chartered Accountants & developers keeping an close eye on the updates coming from various government sources and GSTN in respect of technical and domain aspects of GST. As we have experience of over 30 years in the domain of taxation with huge clientele of 20,000 customers we will come up with GST Pro. We would like to mention some of the key features as below,

  • b1Conversion of existing registrations.
  • b1Invoicing module for Outward / Inward Supplies.
  • b1Filling of GST Returns along with Tax Payments.
  • b1Post Filling Information, Online Services & Document Management System.
  • b1Input Tax Credit Registers and utilization thereon.
  • b1 Interaction with GSTN all the required activities Eg – Verification, Ledger Balances.
  • b1We will notify you soon once we launch our GST Pro.
    • 0% – Essential items including food
    • 5% – Common use items
    • 12% – Standard Rates
    • 18% – Standard Rates
    • 28% – items which are currently taxable with (30-31%)
    • 28% – Luxury and de-merits goods

GST Software

Cloud based GST Software

Cleartax GST is a cloud based software i.e. developed and maintained on internet which empowers us to provide our users with the following features

  • Create a sync between working offline and backup on connectivity with internet
  • Providing an updated version of our software without bothering the user with additional efforts to update the software
  • Easy access to software from anywhere at any time without worrying about internet connectivity

No desktop for installation

As the software is hosted on cloud, user need not have a desktop system for installation of our software. ClearTax GST software can be downloaded as an offline software on system / mobile app, mobile website / desktop website. User need not bear additional cost of installation of the software and utilities. Hence, You can login from anywhere and anytime.

Integration of accounts

In a situation where user is dealing with multiple clients or businesses along with their voluminous data, our software makes it easy for them to:

  • Bulk import of such data through excel or templates
  • Features like filter and bulk selection makes it work friendly

Validation while invoicing

Post GST rollout, user will have to create invoices having more than 20 fields such as HSN code, GSTIN of supplier etc., and these invoices need to be uploaded on the GSTN portal on monthly basis.

At the point of creating an invoice our software makes sure that all mandatory fields are accurately filled. In case of any mistake, an alert or notification will be given for every error made in an invoice along with report of all such invoices.

Determination of Place of Supply

The taxable event under GST is the ‘Supply’ of Goods or Services. Based on the criteria laid under GST, user can treat the supply of goods or services as either Intra-State (within the State) or Inter-State (Outside the State).

While other software will ask the user to provide the place of supply, our software automatically determines and populates under every invoice based on information entered.

Rate determination

Determination of rates while creating an invoice is the crucial aspect as short payment of taxes due to wrong determination of rates will lead to payment of interest and penalties

Our software automatically populates the accurate rates in the invoices as the user provides the HSN number. This feature not only saves user from interest and penalties but also relieves them from stress of determining and feeding it every time they create invoices. Hence saving time and duplicity of efforts

Contact master and Item master

You may create a contact master data of all your customers for the following details:

  1. Customer name
  2. Customer GSTIN
  3. Billing and shipping address
  4. Place of Supply

You may create a master data of all item of goods/ services in which you deal for the following details:

  1. Description
  2. Type of Item i.e. goods or services
  3. HSN number
  4. Unit Price

User may upload a list of all its customers through an excel and accordingly all the customers contacted by our software.

Each time you create an invoice the above details will be auto-populated, leading to lesser chance for error and saving time.

GSTIN Collection

From 1st July, every tax payer needs to issue GST compliant invoice to its customers, mentioning of GSTIN of customers is a mandatory field for invoicing.  While user may not have the GSTIN of all their customers, Cleartax GST provides its user an easy way to collect GSTIN from their customers

  • select the customers from whom you want to collect their GSTIN
  • An email and phone text will be send to selected customers
  • Customers need to fill the details and submit the web page
  • The data will be auto-populated under the ‘Contact Master’

Besides, the list of following customers will also be available:

  • Request sent
  • Request not sent
  • Customers replied
  • Customers not replied
  • Sent a reminder

Notification and alerts

The users of our software will receive a notification or alert for the following matters:

  • Where goods have been sent for job work, period of 1 year or 3 years are about to expire and goods not yet received back
  • In an invoice shipping address do not match with billing address
  • Where interest or penalties for late or non-filing of returns, short or non-payment of taxes have not been paid. User will be notified along with calculations that they may receive a notice for default in compliance

Hence, user will be able to keep a track of major dates and actions to be taken accordingly

We at Cleartax GST aim to make taxation and compliance simplified for our users. Since with the introduction of GST all businesses and professionals are at unrest due huge compliance, Cleartax GST makes it not only simplified but also triggers to make its users GST compliant with clarity and conscience.

Learn more about ClearTax GST software and watch the demo to see how it can get your enterprise GST Compliant.

Tax rates under GST: The gains and losses for the Indian middle class

It’s only less than a few hours left until Goods and Service Tax (GST) sees the light of the day. It’s time to check if your monthly budget will be affected under the new tax regime. We’ve put down a list of goods and services that will become cheaper or costlier once GST comes into force.

Gold: GST Council has fixed the tax rate of the precious metal at 3 per cent. GST Council on June 3 created a new tax bracket for gold, diamonds and silver. The current excise duty on gold was 1 per cent and 1 per cent VAT in many states. With 3 per cent GST, Gold is set to become costlier July onward.

Insurance: Premiums are set to rise on car, health and and term insurance with the government. Currently, insurance is taxed at 15 per cent. Under GST, this would go up to 18 per cent.

Banking Charges: Transaction fee on various banking and financial services are expected to go up as GST will tax these services under 18 per cent tax rate from the current 15 per cent.

Hotel Bookings: GST on hotel services will depending on the kind of room you stay in. If the room tariff is less than Rs 1,000, your stay will be tax free. However, if the room tariff is between Rs 1,000 – Rs 2,500, you’ll be taxed 12 per cent. It the tariff is between Rs 2,500 to Rs 5,000, the stay will be taxed at 18 per cent. For luxury hotels, where the tariffs are more than Rs 5,000, GST rate of 28 per cent will be applicable.

Eating Out: There are different tax slabs for restaurants depending on their turnover and whether they have air-conditioning or or not.

Restaurants with a turnover of less than Rs 50 lakh will be levied a tax rate of 5 per cent.
Non-AC restaurants will be charged 12 per cent GST on food bill. Tax rate for AC restaurants and those with liquor licence will be 18 per cent, whereas restaurants in 5-star hotels will attract a GST rate of 28 per cent.

Eating out will get costlier in cities like Mumbai where the existing tax rate is around 10.6 per cent – which includes both VAT and Service tax. Post GST, the customers will be taxed at 18 per cent in AC restaurants.

For a non-AC restaurant in Mumbai, the current tax rate is at 6 per cent. From July 1, small joints will be taxed at 12 per cent.

Telecom Bills: Your mobile and internet bills are expected to rise once GST comes into force. Currently, there is a 15 per cent service tax on telecoms services. Under GST, the tax rate applicable will be 18 per cent. The industry, which is already stressed with the launch of Reliance Jio, is expected to pass on these charges to customers.

Movie Tickets: During a GST Council meet in Srinagar, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said movie tickets in cinema halls will be taxed at 28 per cent.

Currently, there is service tax on cinema and states have separate entertainment taxes. Maharashtra levies more around 50 per cent entertainment tax on movie tickets. In Uttar Pradesh (UP) entertainment tax is around 30-40 percent.

Even though the tax rate under the GST will be lower than entertainment taxes levied in some states, movie ticket prices in big multiplexes may remain same as the government plans to increase tax on junk food and aerated drinks.

Medicines: While there may not be a huge impact of GST on medicines, but a tax rate of 5 per cent on life-saving drugs that treat diseases like malaria, HIV-AIDS, tuberculosis, and diabetes is expected to marginally increase prices of these drugs.

Until now, these drugs were exempted from excise and customs duties. However, a few states were charging 5 per cent tax on these drugs which will now be subsumed under GST. Under GST, there will be a 12 per cent on formulations and 18 per cent on APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients) – the bulk drugs that go into the making of final pills and tablets.

Cab rides: Cab fares could get marginally cheaper for customers from July 1 as the incidence of tax will come down to five per cent for bookings made on cab aggregators like Ola and Uber. Currently, a tax of six per cent is levied on rides booked through cab aggregators.

Tobacco products: Filter and non-filter cigarettes not exceeding 65 mm will attract cess of 5 per cent plus Rs 1,591 per 1000 sticks. For cigars, a hefty levy of 21 per cent or Rs 4,170 per 1000 sticks, whichever is higher, would be levied. Branded gutkha will be slapped with a cess of 72 per cent, while smoking mixtures for pipes and cigarettes will attract a levy 290 per cent.

Bikes: Motorcycles of more than 350 cc engine capacity will attract a total of 31 per cent tax under the GST regime, same as the tax incidence on private aircraft and luxury yachts.

Cars: All cars fall in the ‘luxury bracket’ of GST. That means they will attract 28 per cent tax. However, depending on their size, extra cess will be levied.

Small cars or cars under four-metre length powered by a petrol engine not greater than 1.2-litre or a diesel engine not greater than 1.5-litre by displacement will be taxed at 28 per cent. For petrol cars, the effective tax rate will be 29 per cent. However, for diesel cars the effective tax rate will be 31 per cent.

For mid-size, luxury cars and SUVs the effective tax rate will be 43 per cent. The prices of SUVs are expected to come down as they are currently taxed at 48-55 per cent.

The government said it would tax hybrid vehicles at a rate as high as 43 percent. This would be significantly higher than the prevailing tax of about 29 percent on such cars.

Air Travel:
 Economy class air travel will become cheaper with tax rate fixed at 5 per cent against the existing 6 per cent, under the upcoming goods and services tax (GST) regime from 1 July. However, for those travelling business class, tickets will become dearer as the tax will go up from 9 per cent to 12 per cent.

No Tax Items: Daily items like milk, paneer and curd won’t be taxed under the GST. The GST Council decided not to tax metro travel, religious travel and Haj yatra under the new tax structure. There won’t be any tax on healthcare and education under the new taxation system. Basic food items like cereals, eggs and meat will attract no tax after the GST is effective.

Prices of food grains, especially wheat and rice, will come down as they will be exempt from the GST. However, packaged food items will be taxed at 5 per cent.

 

Coal: electricity generation will get cheaper as the GST council has brought down the current tax on coal to 5 per cent from the current tax rate of 11.69 per cent. Sweets will attract 5 per cent tax under the GST.

Daily use items: Household items like sugar, tea, coffee (barring instant coffee) and edible oil will attract the lowest tax rate of 5 per cent, almost the same as under the current tax structure.

Common use products like hair oil, soaps and toothpaste will be charged with a single national sales tax or GST of 18 per cent instead of present 22-24 per cent tax.

The highest slab of 28 per cent under GST has also been applied on chewing gums, white chocolate, chocolates containing cocoa, wafers coated with chocolate, instant coffee, custard powder, students’ colours, paints, varnishes, perfumes, beauty products, sunscreen, shampoos, hair dyes, after-shave lotions and deodorants.

Meat: Animal slaughtering and services provided by veterinary clinics will be exempt from GST.

Entertainment: Visits to theme parks and sporting events like IPL will attract a levy of 28 per cent under the new indirect tax regime kicking in from July 1.

Railways:
 Non AC train travel, including in local trains and metro, has been exempt from GST, while AC train travel will attract 5 per cent service tax. Ticket prices for AC trains will increase marginally as current service tax is at 4.5 per cent.

Maintenance Charges: Flat owners who pay Rs 5,000 or more every month as maintenance charges, excluding property tax, stamp duty and utilities charges, will have to pay GST on the increased tax rates. As of now, tax levied is levied at 15.55 per cent on maintenance charges, which will be replaced with 18 per cent after GST is implemented.

Smartphones: A smartphone currently attracts two per cent central excise duty, besides the value-added tax (VAT), which vary from state to state (five per cent to 15 per cent). Under GST, smartphones will be taxed at flat 12 per cent.

Cement: Prices of packaged cement is expected to come down marginally as it would be taxed at 28 per cent under the GST as against 31 per cent currently on account of different indirect taxes.

Ayurveda: Ayurvedic products are set to get costlier as the government has kept these products in the 12 per cent bracket. Ayurveda products currently attract a 8-9 per cent levy.

A quick guide to India GST rates in 2017

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been one of the key things that has caught the attention of the market given its implications on earnings of companies. The government has kept a large number of items under 18% tax slab. The government categorised 1211 items under various tax slabs. Here is a low-down on the tax slab these items would attract:

Here is the complete updated list:

Gold and rough diamonds do not fall under the current rate slab ambit and will be taxed at 3% and 0.25% respectively.

No tax(0%) 

Goods
No tax will be imposed on items like Jute, fresh meat, fish chicken, eggs, milk, butter milk, curd, natural honey, fresh fruits and vegetables, flour, besan, bread, prasad, salt, bindi. Sindoor, stamps, judicial papers, printed books, newspapers, bangles, handloom, Bones and horn cores, bone grist, bone meal, etc.; hoof meal, horn meal, Cereal grains hulled, Palmyra jaggery, Salt – all types, Kajal, Children’s’ picture, drawing or colouring books, Human hair

Services
Hotels and lodges with tariff below Rs 1,000, Grandfathering service has been exempted under GST. Rough precious and semi-precious stones will attract GST rate of 0.25 per cent.

5%
Goods
Items such as fish fillet, Apparel below Rs 1000, packaged food items, footwear below Rs 500, cream, skimmed milk powder, branded paneer, frozen vegetables, coffee, tea, spices, pizza bread, rusk, sabudana, kerosene, coal, medicines, stent, lifeboats, Cashew nut, Cashew nut in shell, Raisin, Ice and snow, Bio gas, Insulin, Agarbatti, Kites, Postage or revenue stamps, stamp-post marks, first-day covers

Services
Transport services (Railways, air transport), small restraurants will be under the 5% category because their main input is petroleum, which is outside GST ambit.

12%
Goods
Apparel above Rs 1000, frozen meat products , butter, cheese, ghee, dry fruits in packaged form, animal fat, sausage, fruit juices, Bhutia, namkeen, Ayurvedic medicines, tooth powder, agarbatti, colouring books, picture books, umbrella, sewing machine, cellphones, Ketchup & Sauces, All diagnostic kits and reagents, Exercise books and note books, Spoons, forks, ladles, skimmers, cake servers, fish knives, tongs, Spectacles, corrective, Playing cards, chess board, carom board and other board games, like ludo,

Services
State-run lotteries, Non-AC hotels, business class air ticket, fertilisers, Work Contracts will fall under 12 per cent GST tax slab

18%
Goods
Most items are under this tax slab which include footwear costing more than Rs 500, Trademarks, goodwill, software, Bidi Patta, Biscuits (All catogories), flavoured refined sugar, pasta, cornflakes, pastries and cakes, preserved vegetables, jams, sauces, soups, ice cream, instant food mixes, mineral water, tissues, envelopes, tampons, note books, steel products, printed circuits, camera, speakers and monitors, Kajal pencil sticks, Headgear and parts thereof, Aluminium foil, Weighing Machinery [other than electric or electronic weighing machinery], Printers [other than multifunction printers], Electrical Transformer, CCTV, Optical Fiber, Bamboo furniture, Swimming pools and padding pools, Curry paste; mayonnaise and salad dressings; mixed condiments and mixed seasonings

Services
AC hotels that serve liquor, telecom services, IT services, branded garments and financial services will attract 18 per cent tax under GST, Room tariffs between Rs 2,500 and Rs 7,500, Restaurants inside five-star hotels

28%
Goods
Bidis, chewing gum, molasses, chocolate not containing cocoa, waffles and wafers coated with choclate, pan masala, aerated water, paint, deodorants, shaving creams, after shave, hair shampoo, dye, sunscreen, wallpaper, ceramic tiles, water heater, dishwasher, weighing machine, washing machine, ATM, vending machines, vacuum cleaner, shavers, hair clippers, automobiles, motorcycles, aircraft for personal use, will attract 28 % tax – the highest under GST system.

Services
Private-run lotteries authorized by the states, hotels with room tariffs above Rs 7,500, 5-star hotels, race club betting, cinema will attract tax 28 per cent tax slab under GST

Top 20 Most expensive domain names:

In this list most of the domains are related to porn, gambling and investment industry.  Tough giving an exact figure is difficult due to the mode of transaction and other constraints; still this list contains domains which are known to have accounts of.  Here is the list :-

VacationRentals.com – This deal took place in 2007 and the transaction was for $35 million. This is the highest ever deal made to purchase any domain.  Brain Sharples, thefounder of HomeAway, is new owner of this domain and admitted that he purchased it, as he did not want his competitor Expedia to acquire it.

PrivateJet.com – This deal came very close to become the all time highest deal ever made for domain selling.  This transaction happened in 2012 at $ 30.18 million.

Insure.com – Insure.com’s deal happened in 2009 and happens to be the second highest deal of all time for three years, when PrivateJet.com broke this record.  Deal was made at $ 16 million.

Sex.com – Here comes the first deal from porn industry.  The deal was made for $ 14 million and happened in October of 2010.  This domain is doing very well, as it is linked with one of the most searched keyword on search engines.

Hotels.com – This domain was sold for $ 11 million in 2001, however, new owner of this domain couldn’t actually confirm at what price the domain has been purchased, in a TV interview to BBC.

Fund.com – It was purchased in the year 2008 at a whooping price of $ 9.9 million.  This domain is meant for a financial service, however, this domain is still not live.  I don’t know if owner is waiting to resell this domain in near future.

Porn.com – It is another entry from the porn industry.  No wonder why this website is doing so well and why new owner spent $ 9.5 million to acquire it in 2007.

Fb.com – Facebook purchased fb.com in November 2010 at a price of $ 8.5 million fromAmerican Farm Bureau Federation.  At present this domain is redirected to http://www.facebook.com, but hopefully Facebook will make good use of this domain and the money spent on purchasing it.

Business.com – This domain was sold for $ 7.5 million in December 1999.  Next entry in this list also worth the same amount spent on this deal, but it was made seven years after this one, therefore ranked below.

Diamond.com – This domain was acquired in 2006 at a price of $ 7.5 million.  This domain now is live as a diamond online shopping site.  It’s really not surprising why owner paid a huge amount for this site; after all he is using it so sell one of the most precious substances available in the world.

Beer.com – It was sold in 2004 at a price of $ 7 million.  This domain is featuring for resale on http://www.aftermarket.com.  God bless owner and may they be able to make good profit out of this domain.

Israel.com – Deal for this domain was done in 2008 at a price of $ 5.88 million.  However, there is not much information available for this domain.  Even Google can’t find it!

Casino.com – This domain was sold to Mansion Limited of Gibraltar in 2007 and deal was settled at a price of $ 5.5 million, however, this investment has given great ROI to the new owner.

Slots.com – This deal took place in 2010 and credited $ 5.5 million in previous owner’s account.  Bodog, a Russian online gaming site became the new owner and created new game on this domain.

Asseenontv.com – This domain was purchased by LA Group in 2000 for a price of $ 5.1 million.  This domain was used to protect brand name “asseenattv.com” of LA Group.  This is biggest domain deal made for defense purpose.

Toys.com – This domain made $ 5.1 million in 2009 for the previous owner.  This domain was sold to American market leader ToysRUs.

Korea.com – This is the second domain in our list which is named after a country.  Korea.com deal was done at price of $ 5 million in 2004.  New owner of this domain is Korea.com Communications.

SEO.com – This deal took place in 2007 and is considered to be a wiser one.  Michael Mann, owner of BuyDomains understood the importance of having a good domain name; therefore, he sold his company and invested in SEO.com.

Clothes.com – Zappos acquired clothes.com in 2008 with an amount of $4.9 million.  This domain is used to redirect online clothing line shop of zappos.com.

Icloud.com – Apple Inc purchased this domain at a price of $ 4.5 million in 2011.  Apple was hunting for all i-domains, around the world and acquired this domain after acquiring iphone.com, which was not as big a deal to mention in this list.

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