With conversations continuing to surround the GST and its benefits, it is important to understand its implications on purchases. With most consumers shying away from making large investments, getting a clear picture of this revolutionary bill is imperative. With the festive season right around the corner, consumers are looking to make important purchases, so understanding the impact of GST on these purchases is crucial. What most consumers may be unaware of is the percentage of GST on purchase of gold jewellery is capped only at 3%.
Consumers will only be taxed at a flat rate of 3% on purchase of any gold jewellery. With this is mind, Tanishq – India’s most trusted jewellery brand, has some exciting collections in store for every festivity.
For the traditional celebrations: With Dusshera and Pujo around the corner, most consumers look at purchasing gold as a form of bringing in prosperity and well-being. For those interested in showcasing their festive finery, the 22karat gold jewellery collection from Tanishq is the perfect choice. Drawing inspiration from the magnificent temples of India, this collection is handcrafted with stunning designs and is an ode to the superior craftsmanship that Tanishq is renowned for.
For Dhanteras: Being one of the most important gold buying occasions in the country, this occasion witnesses numerous consumers flocking to jewellers to make their purchase. The purchase of gold on this auspicious day is viewed as a harbinger of good fortune and wealth. What better time than now to make use of the foolproof GST to make your gold jewellery purchases from India’s most trusted jeweller. Indulge in Tanishq’s gold jewellery collection and choose from a wide array of pure gold necklaces, earrings and bangles.
For Karva Chauth: While women ardently pray for the longevity of their spouses’ lives, they celebrate the occasion by adorning traditional outfits and gold jewellery, to resemble a newlywed bride. This Karva Chauth, make your purchase from among the most stunning wedding jewellery from Tanishq.
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