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30.11.2016- As you are aware that the Government has put in the public domain the Revised GST Law on 26th November 2016.

In this regard, please find attached our e-book on Revised GST law containing:

Revised Model CGST /SGST Law

Revised IGST Law

GST Compensation Cess Law

– GST Rules for registration, payment, return, refund and invoices

‘Orange’ colour is used for our comments on key provisions of the Revised Model GST Act and key words in respective sections are highlighted in bold.

14.06.2016

As you are aware that the Revised Model GST law has been put in the public domain today.  The Model GST Law is a 190 pager document containing more than 162 sections, four schedules and Valuation Rules.

In this regard, please find attached 3rd Edn. of our e-book on GST (837 pages) which contains:

– Analysis of various aspects of GST

-Model CGST/SGST Act, 20161

– Steps to be taken for being GST ready

– Draft Statutory provisions

– 122nd Constitutional Amendment Bill

– Various reports on GST

– Key News articles on GST

– GST – International Scenario etc

This being a comprehensive compilation of all key GST related provisions, reader can easily perform word search in the document.

Click here to Download Free E-book on GST In India (3rd Edition)

(The book was first uploaded on 06.12.2015 and replaced with second edition on 01.01.2016 and than with third edition on 15.06.2016.)

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19 responses to “Download Free Book on Goods and Services Tax In India”

  1. CA. RAMAN BAJAJ says:

    All information at a single place…. really helpful.

  2. Dr. Mahalingu says:

    Thank you for your sincere effort

  3. Kiran says:

    Really good job pritam….

  4. NATARAJAN GANESAN says:

    THANKS FOR PUBLISHING. KINDLY CONVERT IN WORD FORMAT

    THANKS ONCE AGAIN

  5. JOACHIM VICTOR says:

    Hi

    I own a software company in the UK and we have ambitious plans to leverage our technology skills to provide a modern GST enabled financial solution to Indian businesses. It will be a cloud based solution made available to small businesses completely free of cost. As we speak we are developing the software with the aim to release it in April 2017.

    I have number of queries on GST and would like to retain a consultant to help me with that. Is it possible to have a direct email communcation with you.

  6. anil Vaity. says:

    Very Good Morning My Dear Gentleman,

    Whatever done regarding GST that’s

    really done well.

    With Warm Regards,

    Anil Vaity. 9987912047

  7. R KARTHIK says:

    We are expect for GST Practise Training or TRP Training Conduct during event or not?……….

    most of people income tax return for the financial year that it can be able for CA and cost accountanacy?……………….

  8. Shailendra Verma says:

    Thank You Sir, its very useful and enlightening … thanks a ton.

  9. Vidhya Rao says:

    pls.post daily new letters

  10. Dhaval Patel says:

    Thanks Mr. Pritam. Wonderful book.

  11. Rajendra Solanki says:

    Our unit is trading material purchase in other country & sales in India but my question is first of present excise duty same parson to customer but new GSt LAW after i will same parson duty yes / No

    Second current our filing return dealer return but GSt Law Act after Filing return name

  12. Sharad Todi says:

    Dear Pritam,

    Highly laudable effort.

    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge on the subject.

    Best Regards
    Sharad

  13. Sanjeev says:

    A Good Effort for benefit of all … Keep it Up…

  14. Febi says:

    Thank you Sir for this book.Its wonderful.

  15. P. Hariharan says:

    Dear Mr. Pritam,

    Thank you for such a wonderful handbook. Kudos for the hard work put it to get this e-book into shape.

  16. ananthca says:

    Dear Pritham,
    If you remember, last year as on 15.07.2014, you had compiled a law on service tax which was almost exhaustive in many aspects and much appreciated by the community. If you have the same updated, pl upload on taxguru for the benefit of all.

    regards and thanks in advance

  17. ananthca says:

    Thanks Mr.Pritam for the hardwork put in. appreciate your efforts…

  18. ashok chawla says:

    Sir what will be tax on life insurance premium as of now service tax is 3.90%.

  19. Satya says:

    Dear Pritam,

    I think you have provided only sample, not full book na.

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