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HSN stands for Harmonized System of Nomenclature
- HSN can be two-, four- or eight-digit HSN codes for their commodities, depending on their turnover the previous year:
- Businesses with turnover of less than Rs 1.5 crores will not be required to use HSN codes for their commodities.
- Businesses with turnover between Rs 1.5 crores and Rs 5 crores shall be required to use two-digit HSN codes for their commodities.
- Businesses with turnover equal to Rs 5 crores and above shall be required to use four-digit HSN codes for their commodities
- In the case of imports/exports, HSN codes of eight digits shall be compulsory, as GST has to be compatible with global standards
- Small dealers under composition scheme will not be required to mention HSN codes in their invoices.
- HSN will be mentioned in Invoice and mentioned in the GST tax return details, which will be uploaded on the GST portal
- Small businesses under composition scheme will not be required to mention HSN codes in their invoices
- At the time of registration/migration, the business taxpayer will be required to mention HSN code of the goods he deals with during registration
- HSN Full List
SAC codes are unified code for recognition, measurement and taxation
- Services will be classified as per the Services Accounting Code (SAC). There are Service accounting codes issued by government for Service tax. This is expected to remain the same in GST regime as well.
- SAC Full List