CAclubindia's Goods and Services Tax (GST) app became the number one app on GST on Google Play Store, with a successful 85,000 plus downloads within a month's time, scoring an average of 4.4 rating by over 700 users.
The largest platform for finance professionals in India, CAclubindia has 1.7 million registered members. Recently, it launched a free interactive GST App that integrates and connects technology, tax practitioners and businesses and does not require an internet connection to operate.
Mobile application being one of the most powerful tools for creating and engaging, interactive eAdvisory experience has also become the go-to technology for finance and legal professionals. It enables the learner to learn with the pace of change.
"The idea is to bridge the gap between the business and finance professionals by enabling them with an on the go Mobile technology and also, to help both professionals and business in adapting with GST and connecting them in relation to learning, compliance and consultancy," said Vivek Jain, Founder CAclubindia.com.
This app provides latest updates on Goods and Service Tax, SGST, CGST, IGST applicability and GST Sections with chapter wise details. This GST mobile app not only gives a complete access to the GST Act but also supplements it with highly interactive features like latest articles on GST laws, GST News and GST Discussion Forum, where more than 30, 000 chartered accountants and finance experts address queries on GST and related laws.
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