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 and procedures on Service Tax. The book is updated upto 25th August, 2014 and contains statutory changes made by Finance Act, 2014 effective from October 1, 2014.

The Book is useful for assessees, professionals and departmental officers.

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Mahipal Gupta, FCS Mumbai
GP Madaan, Cofounder, CKF, New Delhi
RK Adukia, Central Council Member, ICAI, Mumbai
R Sekar,IRS, Commissioner of Service Tax, Mumbai
Sanjiv Agarwal
Ankit Thakkar, Publisher of book

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  1. Archana Chitlangia says:

    Dear Mr.Shyam,

    There is no specific source to find out whether service tax has been deposited by the service provider or not. In case service tax is not deposited by the service provider after collection from the service receiver then he is liable to pay penalty.

    The service receiver can claim Cenvat credit charged in invoice if he has paid the same to the service provider irrespective whether service provider has deposited or not to the credit of Central Government.

  2. Sanjiv Agarwal says:

    The book is about 2500 page book in 2 volumes and published by Snowwhite publications Pvt Ltd, Mumbai/ It should be available at all leading law book stors in the country or through your regular book vendor.

    The price is Rs 3150. Publishers can be contacted for orders or enquiry atswpindia@gmail.com or 022 40293612.

    Sanjiv Agarwal

  3. Sam says:

    Glad to know about the launch of the book.

    Can some one tell me as to how to find out whether a service provider is depositing the collected amount to the Government?

    The receipt issued does NOT give any service tax registration number.
    Please reply

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