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An Overview of GST Composition Scheme

Goods and Services Tax (GST) introduced to the Indian economy to bring a new regime of business compliance by subsuming most of the indirect taxes such as excise, VAT, service tax etc. In order to minimize the tax compliances for Start-ups and Small and Medium Enterprises, the government has introduced the concept of Composition levy unde...

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Highlights of Draft Circular on lapse of Input Tax credit on Fabric

The Tax Research Unit of CBIC has issued a draft circular to address the controversy arising due to lapse of credit in respect of fabrics vide Notification 20/2018. The circular deals with calculation of ITC to lapse, impact of lapse of ITC on exports, input services and capital goods and also deals with situations of fabrics where tax ra...

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What are the limits provided for Audit under GST?

When Audit under GST is required? 1. If Turnover of the registered person crosses the threshold limit for audit under GST i.e. Rs. 2 cr in a financial year 2. An audit by Tax Authorities...

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Pure Agents are in Cross Fire between GST and Income Tax

In this brief write up we will try to look into the issues with respect to GST implications on pure reimbursable expenses incurred by the pure agent on behalf of his principal....

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Export under GST: Eligible for LUT may apply for release of Bond

Export under GST : Eligible for LUT vide  Notification No. 37/2017-Central Tax dated 4th October, 2017 may apply for release of Bond. Initially, the option to furnish LUT in place of Bond was available only to the eligible registered person as specified in Notification No. 16/2017- Central Tax dated 7th July, 2017 However, vide Notificat...

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Audit Under Goods And Services Tax

The article explains about the requirements of CGST Act and corresponding CGST Rules with respect to GST audit provisions as laid down in the law. ...

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GST: Good and Simple Tax – Lets Analyse

Goods and Services Tax (GST) is an indirect tax (or consumption tax) levied in India on the supply of goods and services. GST is levied at each and every step in the production process, but is refunded to all parties in the chain of production other than the final consumer. The tax came into effect from July 1, 2017 through the implementa...

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GST: Joint Development Agreements (JDAs) : Real Estate in a Fix, Confusion Costs Consumers

Joint Development Agreements or JDAs are a common feature in the real estate sector wherein the land owner transfers the land to the real estate developer and gets flats, a certain amount of revenue or a combination of both in return. In JDA, the Developer enters into a Development Agreement with Landowner, whereby...

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Comparative summary of key 21 GST amendments as passed by Lok Sabha

To iron out the practical hindrances and issues being faced by the Industry Inc since the implementation of GST, the Lok Sabha, on August 9, 2018, has passed the following amendment Bills to the GST Law: Central Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2018 [CGST Amendment Bill] amending the CGST Act, 2017 [CGST Act]; Integrated […...

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Who cannot opt Composition Scheme under GST

GST composition scheme was introduced under the respective State Tax Laws to ensure greater compliance without the need of maintaining records. This scheme was missing under the Service Tax laws. Conditions for opting composition scheme include: The person opting for composition scheme should be a registered person under GST Goods kept in...

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