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GST: The Way Change

GST (Goods and Services Tax) was enacted w.e.f. July 1, 2017 all over India except the state of Jammu and Kashmir. However, the J&K assembly also passed the new legislature and enacted the same w.e.f. July 8, 2017 and India became the 165th country to implement GST around the globe. This major tax reform will […]...

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Maintenance of accounts and records under CGST Rules, 2017

According to rule 56 of the Central Goods and Services Tax (Second Amendment) Rules, 2017, as per Notification No. 10/2017- Central Tax, dated 28.06.2017, the following accounts and records have to be maintained by a registered person:...

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Concepts of GST: Registration and Migration

Concepts of GST: Registration and Migration Registration ­- Who has to register? → Turnover above 10 lakhs / 20 lakhs pa → Inter-state supplier → Required only in the state from where the supply is made → Casual & non resident taxable persons → Persons on whom there is responsibility of paying full tax under […]...

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Composition and record keeping under GST

PART A-Composition Scheme What is the composition scheme Who is eligible to avail composition scheme Category of persons excluded from the Scheme Composition rates and computation of tax Procedure to be followed Part B- Accounts and records Accounts and records to be maintained Period for which to be retained Composition levy is an option...

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GST Impact on Weekend/Recreational Expenditure

With the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax on 1st July 2017 spending on leisure or recreation activities is expected to burn a hole in your pocket....

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Impact of GST on Street food vendors

Query 1. Whether Sale of food by a restaurant is a supply of goods or a supply of service? Query 2. Sir i am having a small shop of samosa, jalebi and gulabjamun previosly I was paying 1 %on turn over now what should I do? Ans: GST has different slab rates for goods, services […]...

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Reverse Charge in GST regime

Generally GST is payable by taxable person who supplies goods or gives service or both- Section 9(1) of CGST Act & Section 5(1) of IGST Act. However there are few exceptions to this aka, GST payable by recipient of Goods or Service or both- Section 9(3) or 9(4) of CGST Act or Section 5(3) or 5(4) of IGST Act. This means that receiver ...

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Demystifying GSTR -1 form

You may aware that, govt. had given some relaxation to the taxpayers regarding filling GSTR 1 up to Sept 2017. As we all are very much into the new regime & trying to address daily issues coming up under GST, we may forget to completely understand what GSTR-1 requires....

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11 Basic FAQs on GST

What is GST? Ans. Simply put GST stands for Goods and Services Tax, which is levied on supply of goods or services or both. Sale of goods, for example is a type of supply. Various economic activities are all different types of supply....

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12 FAQs on Returns under GST

From when do the first Returns need to be filed by taxable person in respect of outward supplies? Ans: First Return of outward supplies need to be filed from the date on which he became liable for registration till the end of the month in which the registration has been granted....

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Goods and Services Tax India

The Goods and Services Tax or better known as GST is a Value added Tax and is a comprehensive indirect tax which is levied on the manufacture, consumption, and sale of goods and services. The Goods and Services Tax in India would replace all the indirect taxes which are levied today on goods and services by the Central and the State governments. GST is intended to be comprehensive for most of the goods and services. Goods and Services Tax is a single indirect tax for the entire nation, which would make India a unified market. It is proposed to be a single tax on supply of goods and services, from a manufacturer to the end consumer. The credit of all the input taxes which are paid at each and every stage would be allowed in the following stages of value addition that makes GST basically a tax on value addition only at every stage. The end consumer would have to bear only the Goods and Service Tax which is charged by the final dealer within the supply chain, together with all the set-off benefits availed at previous stages.

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