Pay commercial taxes online in Orissa

VAT, CST and other taxes can now be paid oinline in the state

GN Bureau | March 5, 2010



Queueless payment is set to become the order of the day for commercial tax payment in Orissa.

chief minister Naveen pattnaik launched the e-payment service for value added tax (VAT), consumption service tax (CST), professional taxes and other taxes under the commercial tax department.

The service is available to all commerical-tax payers who have an interenet-banking enabled account with the State Bank of India (SBI).

The bank's internet banking website, onlinesbi.com, facilitates such tax payments through its e-Tax service. Apart from immediate and round-the-clock payment services, the website will also generate an e-challan as paperless documentation of the payment. The e-challan or a prinout of the same will be treated as a receipt of the tax paid.

Also, the bank's online banking services will soon be extended to payment of motor vehicle tax and driving license.

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