Dr Sanjiv Agarwal

Hopes On Economy And GST Trends

Goods and Services Tax - Economists now expect that economy may grow @ 27%, 10%, 59% and 6% in four quarters of 2021-22. Though pandemic may worsen before getting better, strict lock- downs are unlikely. SBI has also endorsed that Indian economy is now on the path of high growth. Now UN economic and social commission for Asia & Pacific […]...

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Economy and GST – Random Thoughts

Goods and Services Tax - The ongoing Budget session of Parliament recommenced its second phase from 9th March, 2021. However, it is likely to conclude early ahead of state polls which are from 27th March, 2021. Finance Bill, 2021 was debated in Parliament on 22.03.2021 in Lok Sabha and 24.03.2021 in Rajya Sabha which has been passed by both the […]...

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Regulation of Alco-Beverages Industry

Goods and Services Tax - The alco-beverage industry continues to be excessively regulated in India, even after over 70 years of independence. Such over regulation is not just in manufacture but also in sales and consumption. While we have no national economic policy on the same, simply because alco-beverage is state regulated, every state has its liquor or state ...

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Recent Updates in GST till 2nd March 2021

Goods and Services Tax - India’s Q3 economic numbers were released by CSO last week hinting that the Indian economy / GDP will contract by 8% in 2021-21, a little higher than the estimated contraction of 7.7%. This would mean that GDP may contract in current quarter too. There is a recovery in private consumption in Q3. Government’s capital expenditure [&hell...

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Union Budget 2021-22: Major Changes In GST Law

Goods and Services Tax - The Union Budget for financial year 2021-22 has been laid in Parliament on 1st February, 2021 by the Finance Minister. The Budget revolves around three themes i.e., inspirational India, economic development and caring society. The Budget made a statement that of all the structural reforms, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been the mos...

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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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Litigation in Relation to Transitional Credit Under GST – Government’s Stand

It’s a fact that there are various writ petitions filed before various high courts /Supreme court in relation to disputes on allowability or disallowance of transitional credit under GST regime. While most of the writs have been disposed in favour of tax payers, yet disputes are not getting settle...

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Hopes On Economy And GST Trends

01/01/1970

Economists now expect that economy may grow @ 27%, 10%, 59% and 6% in four quarters of 2021-22. Though pandemic may worsen before getting better, strict lock- downs are unlikely. SBI has also endorsed that Indian economy is now on the path of high growth. Now UN economic and social commission for Asia & Pacific […]...

Read More

Economy and GST – Random Thoughts

01/01/1970

The ongoing Budget session of Parliament recommenced its second phase from 9th March, 2021. However, it is likely to conclude early ahead of state polls which are from 27th March, 2021. Finance Bill, 2021 was debated in Parliament on 22.03.2021 in Lok Sabha and 24.03.2021 in Rajya Sabha which has been passed by both the […]...

Read More

Regulation of Alco-Beverages Industry

01/01/1970

The alco-beverage industry continues to be excessively regulated in India, even after over 70 years of independence. Such over regulation is not just in manufacture but also in sales and consumption. While we have no national economic policy on the same, simply because alco-beverage is state regulated, every state has its liquor or state ...

Read More

Recent Updates in GST till 2nd March 2021

01/01/1970

India’s Q3 economic numbers were released by CSO last week hinting that the Indian economy / GDP will contract by 8% in 2021-21, a little higher than the estimated contraction of 7.7%. This would mean that GDP may contract in current quarter too. There is a recovery in private consumption in Q3. Government’s capital expenditure [&hell...

Read More

Union Budget 2021-22: Major Changes In GST Law

01/01/1970

The Union Budget for financial year 2021-22 has been laid in Parliament on 1st February, 2021 by the Finance Minister. The Budget revolves around three themes i.e., inspirational India, economic development and caring society. The Budget made a statement that of all the structural reforms, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been the mos...

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Random Thoughts on Economic Survey

01/01/1970

The Economic Survey was presented in Parliament which draws a blue print of Indian economy. It advocates at fiscal expansion and suggests of a calibrated fiscal policy (India’s fiscal stimulus as a percentage of GDP in Covid times). Economic survey highlights expansion in Government spending and borrowing. It defends farm laws and even ...

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Canteen charges recovered from employees liable to GST

01/01/1970

It is seen that often business entities provide working lunch or canteen services during office hours to employees / workers free of cost or at subsidized rates or against recovery of charges towards canteen services by way of receiving payment  from employees or deduction of such amount from salary of employees. Whether such provision o...

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Post Covid – Economy And GST

01/01/1970

The 2020 has been a recessionary year unlike earlier ones, perhaps the longest one but not due to economic reasons. The sources of recession or slow down is neither financial nor economic one but the economy got adversely affected by Covid-19 pandemic, locally as well as globally. It destroyed social and productive capital badly, also [&h...

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Rule 86(B) on Input Tax Credit and Its Impact In GST

01/01/1970

Central Government has inserted a new rule in CGST Rules, 2017, Rule 86B, providing for restrictions on use of amount available in electronic credit ledger. This rule shall be applicable from 1st January, 2021 and has an over-riding effect over other rules. It states that the registered person shall not use the amount available in [&helli...

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Random Thoughts on Economy and GST

01/01/1970

It now appears that Indian Government did paved the way for economic turn amid Covid which was made possible by a mix of fiscal reforms and infrastructural push leading to higher consumption and revival of all sectors of economy. How much, how less – may be a perception issue but it did worked. Governance and […]...

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