Dr Sanjiv Agarwal

GST Stakeholders: Happy New Year

Goods and Services Tax - This is no time to admire or criticize GST but to address the implementation issues including the technical glitches it is confronted with. As the data would reveal, the high-empowered Council, GST Council, which takes decisions under GST regime has had 31 meetings so far including 7 in 2018 itself, more than the average board meetings, a...

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Agenda Wish List For GST Council

Goods and Services Tax - GST Council is meeting on Saturday, 22nd December, 2018, perhaps for the last time in 2018 and for the first time after recent elections in few states. With the dates for filing GST Annual returns already postponed to March 2019, this meeting is likely to focus on GST rate cuts to bring further rationalisation in rate structure in India. ...

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Recent Changes In GST Implementation (December, 2018-Part II)

Goods and Services Tax - The next GST Council meeting (31st) is scheduled to be held on 22 December, 2018 in Delhi, perhaps the last one of 2018, wherein certain further rationalization steps may be taken. New functionalities on advance ruling, GST refund, appeal etc have since been added on GST portal....

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Recent Changes In GST Implementation – Part I

Goods and Services Tax - Following are some of the updates on filings and procedures in implementation of GST : Result of Examination of GST Practitioners held on 31.10.2018 declared by NACIN. Due to Assembly elections on 7th December, 2018, the examination of GST Practitioners to be held on 7th December, 2018 postponed to 17th December, 2018. GST Practitioners ...

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Evidence Must For Proving Profiteering In GST

Goods and Services Tax - Section 171 of GST law is the most powerful provision to check excessive profiteering resorted to by businesses owing to tax efficiency accruing because of goods and services tax (GST). The National Anti-profiteering Authority (NAA) entrusted with disposing of such cases including implementation of provision and monitoring has already dec...

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Compendium of Judicial Pronouncements (Relevant under GST Regime)

Goods and Services Tax - New Book on GST Namely Compendium of Judicial Pronouncements (Relevant under GST Regime) Authored by Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal and published by Bloomsbury Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. Book is priced Rs. 1995/- and have 1150+ Pages....

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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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GST Stakeholders: Happy New Year

This is no time to admire or criticize GST but to address the implementation issues including the technical glitches it is confronted with. As the data would reveal, the high-empowered Council, GST Council, which takes decisions under GST regime has had 31 meetings so far including 7 in 2018 itself, more than the average board meetings, a...

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Agenda Wish List For GST Council

GST Council is meeting on Saturday, 22nd December, 2018, perhaps for the last time in 2018 and for the first time after recent elections in few states. With the dates for filing GST Annual returns already postponed to March 2019, this meeting is likely to focus on GST rate cuts to bring further rationalisation in rate structure in India. ...

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Recent Changes In GST Implementation (December, 2018-Part II)

The next GST Council meeting (31st) is scheduled to be held on 22 December, 2018 in Delhi, perhaps the last one of 2018, wherein certain further rationalization steps may be taken. New functionalities on advance ruling, GST refund, appeal etc have since been added on GST portal....

Read More

Recent Changes In GST Implementation – Part I

Following are some of the updates on filings and procedures in implementation of GST : Result of Examination of GST Practitioners held on 31.10.2018 declared by NACIN. Due to Assembly elections on 7th December, 2018, the examination of GST Practitioners to be held on 7th December, 2018 postponed to 17th December, 2018. GST Practitioners ...

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Evidence Must For Proving Profiteering In GST

Section 171 of GST law is the most powerful provision to check excessive profiteering resorted to by businesses owing to tax efficiency accruing because of goods and services tax (GST). The National Anti-profiteering Authority (NAA) entrusted with disposing of such cases including implementation of provision and monitoring has already dec...

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Anti Profiteering Upheld In Noodles Case

In yet another case where anti-profiteering charges have been established, the National Anti-profiteering Authority (NAA) has confirmed that sale of Maggie Noodle pack (Noodles) at same price even after rate of GST on it was reduced from 18% to 12% w.e.f. 15 November, 2017 was a case of anti-profiteering u/s 171 of the CGST Act 2017 read ...

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Analysis of GST Notification & Circulars from 23.10.2018 to 04.11.2018

CBIC has issued various Circulars and Notifications in last few days. The approach of ‘listening, adjusting and changing’ is the order of the day. Article covers Analysis of GST Notification and Circulars issued between 23.10.2018 to 04.11.2018...

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GST – What’s Happening

The GST regime is plagued with extension of due dates since its inception. There is not even a single return whose due date has not been extended, atleast once or even more- be it any return. The latest comes for extension of due date for filing GSTR-3B for the month of September, 2018 which has been extended by five days from 20th Octobe...

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Anti-Profiteering on Sale of Flats

Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal, FCA, FCS For the first time, National Anti-Profiteering Authority has held against the real estate company for Anti-profiteering activities in case of sale of flats to buyers. In Sukhbir Rohila v. Pyramid Infratech Pvt. Ltd. (2018) 9 TMI 1107 (NAA); (2018) 97 taxmann.com 379 (NAA), the National Anti-Profiteering Autho...

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Services To Foreign University Not Export But Taxable Under GST

It is a growing trend now a days that more and more Indian students are opting for higher and technical education from foreign universities abroad and there are agencies who act as facilitators (intermediaries) between potential students and foreign universities. ...

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