Dr Sanjiv Agarwal

Health Care Services Exempt From GST But Not Truly

Goods and Services Tax - Health care services have been specifically kept out ride the scope of GST net. This is a fact and a perception too. These include services provided by medical establishments, clinics, medical practitioners, diagnostic centers etc....

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Alcohol Industry Under GST

Goods and Services Tax - Legally speaking, alcoholic beverages meant for human consumption are out of the scope of Goods and Services Tax (GST) net and anybody who knows this would understand that there can not be any new impact, whatsoever, on alco- beverages in GST regime. However, this may not actually happen. Let's look at how and why this may not hold good....

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Service Tax Now Becomes A History

Goods and Services Tax - Who would have ever thought of in the decade of nineties that we will have a levy called 'Service Tax' in India after over 45 years of independence which will continue for as long as 23 long years without even a proper tax law of its own ...

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GST Council: Passes many tests in 15th Meeting

Goods and Services Tax - The GST Council meeting held on 3rd June, 2017 at New Delhi succeeded on completing the pending issues on the agenda which inter alia included fitment of rates on textiles, bidi's, biscuits, gold & jewellery etc. ...

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How GST Will Impact Education Sector

Goods and Services Tax - All forms of supply of services in relation to Education sector shall not be liable to GST as decided by the GST Council. IGST shall be levied on inter-state supplies whereas CGST & SGST/ UTGST shall be levied on intra – state / union territory supplies. Education shall be exempt from GST in terms of GST law while commercial coaching an...

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A Complete Guide to Goods and Services Tax -Ready Reckoner in Q & A Format

Goods and Services Tax - The Book, 'A Complete Guide to Goods and Services Tax - Ready Reckoner in Q & A Format' is perhaps the only book available containing over 1400 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST) which explains entire concept of GST with 3600 approach to the new taxation regime....

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R. Sekar Launches Book on Service Tax

Goods and Services Tax - R. Sekar, Commissioner of Service Tax, Mumbai released the Book – Law of Service Tax in India, (August, 2014) authored by Jaipur based Chartered Accountant and Service Tax expert Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal at a function in Mumbai. This new book on Service Tax is a set of two volumes comprising of whole gamut of law […]...

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Book on New Law of Service Tax in India, March 2013

Goods and Services Tax - About the Book New Law of Service Tax in India, March 2013 Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal, FCA, FCS In the Finance Bill, 2013, not much of changes have been proposed. The revised budget estimates for the financial year 2012-13 is Rs. 1,32,697 crore (Rs. 1,24,000 crore BE). However, for the 2013-14 fiscal, Service Tax revenue has […]...

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Indian Banking will Revolutionize In 2013

Goods and Services Tax - With our Government's focus on financial inclusion, introduction of cash for subsidy scheme (CDS) and issuance of unique identify cards based on 'Aadhaar', the banking in India is going to witness a sea change this year. The changes will not only be by way of explosion of number of beneficiaries or customers but also in areas of products...

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Release of New book on Service Tax authored by Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal

Goods and Services Tax - A new book on Service Tax – New Law of Service Tax in India, authored by Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal, a Chartered Accountant and Service Tax expert was released by Mr. Gautam Bhattacharya, IRS, Commissioner of Service Tax, New Delhi at a function at Delhi. This 1600 page book is the latest book on Service Tax updated upto 20th October 2012 and c...

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Health Care Services Exempt From GST But Not Truly

Health care services have been specifically kept out ride the scope of GST net. This is a fact and a perception too. These include services provided by medical establishments, clinics, medical practitioners, diagnostic centers etc....

Read More

Alcohol Industry Under GST

Legally speaking, alcoholic beverages meant for human consumption are out of the scope of Goods and Services Tax (GST) net and anybody who knows this would understand that there can not be any new impact, whatsoever, on alco- beverages in GST regime. However, this may not actually happen. Let's look at how and why this may not hold good....

Read More

Service Tax Now Becomes A History

Who would have ever thought of in the decade of nineties that we will have a levy called 'Service Tax' in India after over 45 years of independence which will continue for as long as 23 long years without even a proper tax law of its own ...

Read More

GST Council: Passes many tests in 15th Meeting

The GST Council meeting held on 3rd June, 2017 at New Delhi succeeded on completing the pending issues on the agenda which inter alia included fitment of rates on textiles, bidi's, biscuits, gold & jewellery etc. ...

Read More

How GST Will Impact Education Sector

All forms of supply of services in relation to Education sector shall not be liable to GST as decided by the GST Council. IGST shall be levied on inter-state supplies whereas CGST & SGST/ UTGST shall be levied on intra – state / union territory supplies. Education shall be exempt from GST in terms of GST law while commercial coaching an...

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Professionals ? How Can They be Casual Persons under GST

The understanding of any legal provision is personal to the individual - be it assessee, professionals / consultants or revenue officers. This can be challenged. However, judge's interpretation becomes the court's stand....

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Taxpayers to be rated for GST Compliance

GST law provides for Goods and Services Tax Compliance Rating which is a new concept in India. Presently, there is no system of compliance rating under any tax laws in India. GST compliance rating is a concept which will be experimented as a legal provision for the first time in our country. Accordingly, every taxable person shall be assi...

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Anti Profiteering Measures in GST – A New Experiment

The GST law contains a unique provision on anti-profiteering measure as a deterrent for trade and industry to enjoy unjust enrichment in terms of profit arising out of implementation of Goods and Services Tax in India, i.e., anti-profiteering measure would obligate the businesses to pass on the cost benefit arising out of GST implementati...

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Overview of Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Act

The Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 has been enacted to make a provision for levy and collection of tax on intra-state supply of goods or services or both by the Central Government and the matters connected therewith or incidental thereto....

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GST : The focus shifts to states now

After 29th March, 2017, 6th April, 2017 became a historic day in the journey of GST when Rajya Sabha easily passed the GST Bills after a day long debate. It is important to note that despite an eight hour long debate, Rajya Sabha did not recommend any change in the GST Bills. ...

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