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GST @ 4 Years – Mix Bag of Pains and Gains

GST in India is today exactly four years old. It was launched in a glittering ceremony in the Parliament on the midnight of 30th June – 1st July in 2017. While GST was a much pampered and hyped about tax law, as one of the biggest tax reforms in the history of independent India, all […]...

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Recent Updates In GST till 05th July 2021

Recently Moody’s Investor Services has lowered its India’s growth projections for calendar year 2021 from 13.9% to 9.6%. Faster vaccination progress is going to be paramount in restricting economic losses in June quarter. It states in a report that economic shocks from second Covid wave will not be as severe as in 2020. The virus [&he...

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Provisional Attachment Under GST

Provisional attachment of any property can be made to enforce or protect recovery of tax demands under the GST law. Where the proper officer consider it expedient in the interest of revenue, he may for reasons to be recorded in writing may require the taxable person to pay the demanded amount within a period shorter […]...

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New Governance Norms For Banks

Reserve Bank of India (RBI), based on discussion paper on ‘Governance in Commercial Banks in India’ in June, 2020 and feedback thereon, RBI has carried out a comprehensive review of Governance framework to address operative aspects. RBI has issued instructions in relation to the following aspects of board governance: -Chairman of Boar...

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Analysis of 7 Recent GST Circulars

GST law is full of confusions and different interpretations on taxability, applicability of exemption notifications and classification of goods and services. Recently CBIC, apex body for GST administration on the recommendation of GST Council, has clarified on issues of taxability, classification / rate / exemption in respect of the follo...

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Twenty GST Pain Points Even After 4 Years

Goods and Services Tax (GST) was introduced in India with much fun and fare and ceremoniously on the midnight of 30th June and 1st July of 2017, almost four years  now. While it was considered to be the most important tax reform of independent India, it has misfired on various counts. India shifting from a multi indirect […]...

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Waiver & Reduction of GST Rates for Covid Management

The 44th GST Council met on 12 June, 2021 for 44th time, just after a fortnight of its last meeting to consider and decide upon GST tax relief to goods and services being used in Covid-19 treatment and management. This is based on widespread public demand to do so for quite some time, though the […]...

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Borrowing Powers of Section 8 Companies

The power to borrow monies is an inherent power with corporate entities for the purposes of company. This power is to be exercised in terms of provisions of Companies Act, 1956/2013 and Memorandum and Articles of Association of the company. However, in case of companies registered under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 or […]...

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GIST of GST Council Decisions & Compensation Cess Issues

The GST Council met after a gap of seven months on 28th May, 2021 with five states being represented by new leaders (CM, DY CM or FMs). This 43rd meeting was held in the backdrop of worries on compensation cess, shortfall in e-way bills in second wave of COVID, likely contraction in tax revenue and […]...

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GST on Covid Supplies

Today entire world including India is badly hit by COVID virus and struggling hard to save the mankind. The medical fraternity and other stakeholders are leaving no stone unturned in medical treatment and health care. When we look at health care related services , it includes supply of goods, drugs and treatment . Today, on […]...

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