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With the passage of the 101st amendment to the Constitution of India on 10th September 2016, the current indirect taxes levied by state and centre are set to be replaced with GST.

This can be said to be the biggest tax reform since independence of India and a boon to the economy. It will eliminate the deficiencies of the current tax structure and provide a single tax on supply of all goods and services.

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GST ENROLMENT

Inclusive of all taxes, courier expenses and Government fees Law is in draft mode For those already registered under current tax regimes Combination of both governments Rates are in draft mode.

SERVICE TAX REGISTRATION

Inclusive of all taxes, courier expenses and Government fees Applicable if providing any taxable service Mandatory for taxable service above Rs 9 lacs Central Government Tax Chargeable at 15%

VAT/CST REGISTRATION

All India one rate including taxes, courier charges and Government fees Applicable if trading any taxable goods Depends under the different state VAT laws State Government Tax Rate dependent on commodity and State

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If you would like to find out more about how we can help you, please give us a call or drop us an email. We welcome your comments and suggestions about this website and/or any other issues that you wish to raise or face currently in business or related to GST.

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New Tax, New Ideas: Defining Supply under the Model GST Law

Yet another positive step taken by the government by releasing model Goods and Services Tax (GST) law on June 14, 2016 which takes us one step closer to the introduction of GST in India. GST is expected to be the biggest indirect tax reform in India and is aimed at removing the shortcomings of the […]

Having both taxable and exempt supplies – notable differences vis a vis the current law

GST is a value added tax which provides for adjusting GST paid on purchases and expenses, against GST payable on output supplies. The impending GST implementation is widely considered to have a liberalized credit mechanism which decently ensures free flow of credit across the value chain. However, where a supplier is engaged in making exempt […]

Reverses of Reverse Charge – Strategic thinking during GST transition

The reverse charge provisions have been there in the current service tax law for over a decade. Still these provisions are always difficult for entrepreneurs to comprehend, appreciate or follow. Sensing this attitude, the focus of the tax department officials nowadays is also is to identify transactions on which service tax was payable under reverse […]