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GST for Startups

Startups can now easily receive GST-free payments and get an e-FIRC instantly

Learn how Ruul's invoicing and payment infrastructure for Indian startups can help reduce invoicing costs and simplify administrative tasks associated with digital services, all while ensuring GST compliance.

* The first invoice is free only if it’s the first transaction for both the talent and the client.

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GST: 18% 0%
Commission Rate:
2.75
%*
*%2 foreign exchange fee by Payoneer applies to the payout amount at the time of withdrawal to your local INR bank account.
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GST for Startups

What is GST?

The Goods and Service Tax (GST) was introduced in India as per the provisions of the Goods and Service Tax Act. It was implemented across the entire nation on 1st July 2017. GST is an indirect tax that is imposed on the supply of goods and services. The aim of this tax is to amalgamate various existing national and state-level taxes into a single tax system. The introduction of GST is expected to streamline and simplify the complex Indian tax structure, thereby facilitating easier calculation and collection of tax revenues.

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GST for Startups

Every invoice is B2B. Every client is international.

With Ruul's solution, startups can easily convert their deliveries for both local and international clients into business-to-business invoices. Consequently, your payments are exempt from GST, since they are issued by Ruul, a multinational corporation.

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Enjoy the convenience of receiving a complimentary e-FIRC for every transaction for Startups

How does 0% GST work for Startups?

Ruul has partnered with the leading payment provider Payoneer to offer a smooth invoicing and payment collection experience for startups in India, free from GST charges.

1

Link Payoneer Account

Payment Request

Link your existing Payoneer Account or sign up for a new one through Ruul.

2

Issue Invoice

Invoicing

Issue an invoice on your behalf for your digital services, with %0 GST. using Ruul.

3

Get Paid

Collection & Pay-out

Ruul sends the payout to your Payoneer account, which is then withdrawn to your local INR bank within 2 hours.

Why Ruul?

Send B2B invoices to both domestic and international clients of Startups, ensuring full compliance, and conveniently collect payments into your Indian bank account.

SERVICE
GST RATE ON RUUL
GST RATE ON OTHER PLATFORMS
Startups
0%
18%
UX/UI Design
0%
18%
Digital Marketing
0%
18%
Social Media Management
0%
18%
Mobile App Development
0%
18%
Web Development 
0%
18%
IT Support
0%
18%
SEO Management
0%
18%
IT Support
0%
18%

WHY THEY
LOVE RUUL

Hear from our beloved users. Read More.

Fenna Van Dijk

“Ruul offers a glitch-free, robust platform with a modern interface, maintained well for seamless invoicing over two years.”

Fenna Van Dijk
Freelance Web Developer
Carlos Del Moral Vilchez

“Ruul allows me to work remotely without hassle, ensuring easy invoicing and payment, saving time for more important tasks.

Carlos Del Moral Vilchez
Freelance UX Designer
Dovile Sopyte

“Ruul simplifies invoicing for freelancers like me, offering low fees and quick transactions. A lifesaver for my global fashion design business.”

Dovile Sopyte
Freelance Fashion Designer

Issuing invoices and receiving payments exempted from GST for Startups

Join over 60,000 freelancers from over 120 countries to make things easier for startups, receive quicker payments, and ensure GST compliance.

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  • Invoice clients without a company
  • Get paid in 24 hours
  • Connect bank accounts or wallets
  • No client sign up required
GST for Startups

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