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Interest on Net GST Liability wef 01.09.2020- Govt notifies New Battle for Taxpayer

August 25, 2020 87768 Views 5 comments Print

CBIC notified Proviso to Section 50(1) of CGST Act, 2017 – Interest in GST to be levied on Net Tax liability w.e.f September 1, 2020 and on Gross Liability till 31st August 2020. Section 50 of CGST Act 2017 was amended by Finance (No. 2) Act, 2019 (23 of 2019) by inserting a proviso to […]

GST Actionable for September 2020

August 25, 2020 23040 Views 1 comment Print

September 2020 marks an important month for completion of major compliances under Goods & Services Tax. We present below the list of activities which should be executed by the registered person in September 2020. 1. Amendment in GSTR-1 for FY 2019-20 As per first proviso to Section 37(3) of the CGST Act, 2017, no rectification […]

Permissible Ambit of Delegated Legislation – Part II Judicial control under GST

August 25, 2020 2586 Views 0 comment Print

The delegated legislation does not go beyond the reach of the judicial review of the Supreme Court and of the High Courts. Part I of the article is dealt with the manner in which delegated legislation is conceptualized under tax laws. This Article being an extension is aimed to analyse the issues populated under GST […]

Permissible Ambit of Delegated Legislation – Part I As conceptualised in tax laws

August 25, 2020 37572 Views 0 comment Print

I. Concept of delegated legislation – Ramanatha Aiyar’s, The Law Lexicon, defines delegation as an act of making or commissioning a delegate. Subordinate/delegated legislation is a process by which the executive is given powers by primary legislation to make laws in order to implement and administer the requirements of that primary legislation. Thus, the phrase “to […]

GST -Section 50 CGST Act, 2017 – Interest liability for delayed payment of GST on net cash tax liability

August 25, 2020 6525 Views 0 comment Print

Prasanna Kumar Bisoi Vs  Union of India  (Orissa High Court) In a recent ruling passed by Hon’ble Orissa high court, held that w.r.t. interest liability for delayed payment of GST under Section 50(1) of the CGST Act, 2017, is required to be paid on net cash tax liability in view of the decision taken by […]

A Glimpse of recent Changes in GST Law and its Rates

August 25, 2020 2688 Views 0 comment Print

The implementation of GST will go down in history as one of the most fundamental landmark reforms in Indian taxation. Before GST, the combination of VAT, Excise, Central Sales Tax and the cascading effect of tax on tax resulted in the standard rate of tax being as high as 31% in many cases. The multiple […]

Be-Aware of Transparent Taxation & Beware of Tax Scope

August 25, 2020 1347 Views 1 comment Print

BE-AWARE OF TRANSPARENT TAXATION & BEWARE OF TAX SCOPE Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on 13th August 2020, launched a platform for ‘Transparent Taxation’ for honoring the honest taxpayers. The platform brings in a transparent, efficient and accountable tax administration. It uses technology, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. Through the platform, the government aims to […]

TCS on Goods Sold: Applicability of New Section 206C(1H) w.e.f 1st October 2020

August 25, 2020 208197 Views 43 comments Print

Introduction Finance Act 2020 introduced a new provision under Section 206C (1H) for the Tax Collected at Source (TCS) on Goods With effect from 1st of October 2020. As per the new provision if any seller of any goods whose turnover in the preceding FY exceeds Rs. 10 Crore then, from 1st of October 2020, […]

How to disclose transactions/adjustments of FY 17-18 in Annual return of FY 18-19?

August 25, 2020 25200 Views 0 comment Print

Completed 3 years in operation but still struggling to rise-up to the average expectations of the stakeholders; GST has proved to be a loop of extension of compliance deadlines. One such compliance is the filing of Annual Return (Form GSTR 9) and GST Audit (Form GSTR 9C).

GAAR and PPT: Beginning of a new era of co-existence?

August 25, 2020 6306 Views 0 comment Print

The global tax landscape is constantly evolving to keep pace with ever-changing business models and structures. Introduction of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project by OECD/G-20 in the year 2016 was one such significant international stepsince the advent of bilateral tax treaties, wherein more than 100 countries collaborated to block tax avoidance strategies that exploit gaps and mismatches in tax rules across jurisdictions.

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