Taxpayers can pay GST with credit or debit card
In an era where digital transactions govern financial landscapes, the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) has taken a significant stride by introducing a streamlined method for taxpayers to settle their GST liability. This novel approach allows individuals and businesses to leverage the convenience of Credit Cards or Debit Cards.
The GSTN issued an Advisory dated January 19, 2023 on payment through Credit Card (CC)/Debit Card (DC) and Unified Payments Interface (UPI) To facilitate the taxpayer registered under GST with more methods of payment, two new facilities of payment have now been provided under e-payment in addition to net-banking. The two new methods are Cards and Unified Payments Interface (UPI). Cards facility includes Credit Card (CC) and Debit Card (DC) namely Mastercard, Visa, RuPay, Diners(CC only) issued by any Indian bank.
Payment through CC/DC/UPI can be made through Kotak Mahindra Bank irrespective of CC/DC issued by any Indian bank. Other banks are in the process of integration. At present the facility is available in 10 states and remaining states are expected to join soon.
The process of paying GST through Credit Cards or Debit Cards is relatively straightforward, but it begins with a geographical constraint. Currently, this facility is operational in following 10 states –
To proceed with Credit/Debit Card payments, users need to follow these steps:
- Select the E-payment option.
- Within the E-payment section, choose the Credit/Debit Card option.
- Subsequently, select the preferred bank for the transaction.
- Tick the agreement box for terms and conditions.
- Click on the “Make Payment” button to complete the transaction.
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