Sales Tax in Kerala refers to the State-Level Tax levied on the sale of goods and services within the region. Governed by the Kerala State Goods and Services Tax (SGST) Act, it is an essential source of revenue for the state government. The Sales Tax rate in Kerala varies depending on the type of goods or services being sold, with different rates for essential commodities, luxury items, and other categories. Businesses operating in Kerala are required to register for Sales Tax, maintain proper records, and File Regular Tax Returns to ensure compliance with the law. The revenue generated from Sales Tax plays a crucial role in funding various developmental initiatives and public services in the state, contributing to the overall economic growth and welfare of Kerala.