India is witnessing a sea change in the indirect taxes regime. The implementation of much awaited Goods and Services Tax, which is major taxation reforms taken by the Government since independence, is around the corner. This new law would directly or indirectly affect every section of the society be it Manufacturer, Traders, Retailers, Service Provider, Bankers and Consumers. GST implementation requires a major knowledge transformation exercise in the Country for all relevant stakeholders. It is, therefore, has become imperative for professional like Chartered Accountants to keep abreast with latest developments and grab the opportunities presented by the GST.
The Indirect Taxes Committee of ICAI, being proactive, has taken upon itself to keep the members abreast with the latest developments in the field of GST and has, accordingly, launched the following publications:
1. Background Material on Revised Model GST Law
It is very comprehensive material containing a clause by clause analysis of the revised Model GST Law along with FAQ’s, MCQ’s, Flowcharts and Illustrations etc. to make the reading and understanding easier
2. Simplified GST Guide for Manufacturer
This simplified GST Guide on manufacturer aptly covers aspects of transaction related to manufacture like levy and exemption, registration, time and place of supply, valuation, input tax credit, job work and much more under foreseen GST in very simple and easy to comprehend language.
3. Study Paper on Unjust Enrichment
This Study Paper has been designed to provide in depth practical and theoretical knowledge of concept of unjust enrichment.
4. Study Paper on Taxation of E-Commerce under GST
Considering that in this era of technology, this Study Paper on Taxation of E-Commerce has been specifically designed to provide in-depth knowledge of provisions of upcoming GST pertaining to E-Commerce Transactions in a very practical and simplified manner.
5. FAQ and MCQ on Revised Model GST Law
This novel initiative of the Committee provides a comprehensive coverage of GST in question answer format as an easy & lucid way to understand the law.
The above publications can be downloaded from website of Indirect Taxes Committee www.idtc.icai.org which is available on http://www.idtc.icai.org/
In case on any clarifications required, please contact Secretary, Indirect Taxes Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0120-3045954.
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