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for this u have to visit the sales tax department website of all states. For getting the site name, u visit the website of your state where in bottom useful links were given. Just click there to find state sales tax websites. Just dounload the required data.

Please let me inform whether there is limit of amount goods can be transfered without way bill.
For e.g. - In the State Haryana if the value of Goods are less than Rs. 20,000.00 , then we can transfer / supply the goods without Way bill.

The implementation guidelines and rules of Value Added Tax vary from state to state as the tax is collected by state governments. VAT in India is categorised under 4 heads which are as follows:
Nil: Goods and services that fall under this category are exempt from VAT. These are mainly items that are basic in nature and sold in the unorganised sector. Examples of such items include khadi, salt, etc.
1%: VAT is charged at 1% for the items under this category. 1% VAT is usually charged on items that are relatively expensive in nature. The reason why VAT is charged at 1% on expensive goods is because increasing the rate of VAT will considerably increase the prices of the items that fall under this category. Some of the examples of products that fall under this category include gold, silver, precious stones, etc.
4-5%: VAT is charged at 4% to 5% on certain items that are used on a daily basis. Examples of items that attract VAT at 4-5% include cooking oil, tea, medicines, etc.
General: Items that fall under the general category attract VAT at 12% to 15. The items that fall under this category are mainly luxury items such as cigarettes, alcohol, etc.
Features of Value Added Tax in India:
Similar goods and services are taxed equally. So a similar television from all brands will be taxed the same
VAT is levied at each stage of production and hence makes the taxation process easier and more transparent
VAT reduces chances of tax evasion and fosters compliance
Encourages transparency in sale of goods and services at the tiniest level

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