# Papua New Guinean GST calculator

Calculate GST with this simple Papua New Guinean GST calculator. It can be used as well as reverse Goods and Services calculator. It is easy to calculate GST inclusive and exclusive prices.

## What is GST rate in Papua New Guinea?

Current GST rate in Papua New Guinea is 10% for goods and services.

## GST exemptions in Papua New Guinea

Exempt supplies are supplies that are not liable for GST, but do not give rise to a right to claim input tax credits for GST included in acquisitions related to the supplies.
Examples of exempt supplies of goods and services:

• Financial services
• Certain fine metals
• Medical services
• Educational services
• Public transport and taxis
• Newspapers
• Supplies of housing or motor vehicles by employers to
employees
• Specific exemptions as notified in the National Gazette

## Papua New Guinean Goods and Services tax history

In Papua New Guinea GST was started to charge on 1st of January 2004.

## How to calculate Papua New Guinean GST manually

• To calculate Papua New Guinean GST at 10% rate is very easy: just multiple your GST exclusive amount by 0.1.

\$150 is GST exclusive value

\$150 * 0.1 = \$15 GST amount

• To get GST inclusive amount multiply GST exclusive value by 1.1

\$150 is GST exclusive value

\$150 * 1.1 = \$165 GST inclusive amount

• To get GST part of GST inclusive amount you need divide GST inclusive amount by 11

\$110 is GST inclusive value

\$110 / 11 = \$10 GST value

• To get GST exclusive amount while knowing GST inclusive value you need to divide GST inclusive price by 1.1

\$330 is GST inclusive value

\$330 / 1.1 = \$300

## 5 Replies to “Papua New Guinean GST calculator”

1. Pepetual says:

how did you get the 1.1

2. Ian zuhuke says:

What formular did you use to calculate gst

3. Pesitungi Joseph says:

After adding 60% for profit and then the 10%gst, a retailer has k58.50 as the selling price of the
item.(a) what is the retailer price before she adds gst? (b) what is the original cost price to the retailer before she adds her 60% profit and gst? (c)How much gst is included is the original cost price to the retailer? (d) How much gst does the retailer included in her monthly gst return?