The 14-year-long journey of Goods and Service tax (GST) finally culminated on July 1, 2017 with the implementation of the biggest tax reform of India in 70 years of independence. While the government of India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the moment of ‘Good and Simple Taxation System’ for the benefit … Read moreImpact of GST on Automotive Industry
Get Set Turn Your Life! Humming to myself, I sauntered my way through the bazaar with a spring in my step and a smile on my face. The day was bright, the sky was clear, the air cozily crisp, and, now as I come to think of it as I looked around, something was different, … Read moreThe Karmatik effect of GST
All goods and services [over 1700], transacted in India will fall under two coding systems – HSN code system and SAC code system. All the goods will fall under HSN category and the services under SAC. These items will attract any one of the total 7 tax slabs [ 0%, .25%, 3%, 5%, 12%, 18%, 28% ]. This article aims to give you a comprehensive, yet an easy understanding about each of the above GST tax slabs.
This article discusses the following in detail: What is a GST Invoice? Tax Invoice Under GST Bill of Supply Under GST Revised Invoices Copies of Tax Invoices What is a GST Invoice? A GST invoice is a document which will capture all the relevant details of a business transaction including information about both the parties. … Read moreInvoices under GST
At an informal business meet, our senior addressed to a group of businessmen – “You all are well aware that GST comprises of IGST, CGST and SGST taxes. A simple question: Can anyone tell when or at what moment will you have to pay the taxes?” As many floundered for words, few of them gave hazy, even humorous, replies – After sale of goods, after providing a service, at the end of the month, at the start of the quarter, within so-and-so days of the next month!
As the GST is few months away from its much awaited implementation, the transitional provisions assume special importance for all the concerned stakeholders. Transitional provisions, in general terms, are those rules, methods or procedures that will enable the stakeholders to switch over from the current Indirect Tax regime to the GST regime. A detailed analysis of certain … Read moreGST – Transitional Provisions
As the pan-India wave of GST is about to hit us this July, the entire nation is gearing up to embrace the colossal tide. Even as the corporate Tycoons and Moguls are restructuring and redefining their business processes in tune with the GST mould, the micro, small and medium organizations are putting on their best efforts to swim in the sea of rules and regulations of this new legislation. The buzz-worthy question – is there any relief to the small sectors of our economy from the morass of complicated compliances of GST.
The term “Input Tax Credit” assumes significant importance in the arena of indirect taxation. Let us zero in on our analysis on this topic under GST regime. “Input tax” means the GST Taxes (CGST, SGST, IGST) charged on any supply of goods or services or both made to a registered person in the course or furtherance of his business and includes such tax payable on reverse charge basis— but excludes tax paid under composition levy.