1. In general, the GST registered supplier of goods or services has to pay GST. However, for a clear understanding, you can see this list that states the categories of persons who will be liable to pay GST: Persons registered under GST and making taxable supplies under GST. Persons registered under GSTRead more

    In general, the GST registered supplier of goods or services has to pay GST. However, for a clear understanding, you can see this list that states the categories of persons who will be liable to pay GST:

    Persons registered under GST and making taxable supplies under GST.
    Persons registered under GST required to make payment of tax under the reverse charge mechanism.
    E-Commerce operators registered under GST and through whom certain categories of notified supplies are made.
    Persons registered under GST and required to deduct Tax (TDS)
    E-Commerce Operators registered under GST and required to collect tax (TCS)

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  2. GST is an indirect tax in India. It has subsumed central excise duty, services tax, additional customs duty, surcharges, state-level value-added tax and Octroi. This has helped remove the cascading effect on taxes and reduced the compliance burden on taxpayers to a large extent. This one nation, oneRead more

    GST is an indirect tax in India. It has subsumed central excise duty, services tax, additional customs duty, surcharges, state-level value-added tax and Octroi. This has helped remove the cascading effect on taxes and reduced the compliance burden on taxpayers to a large extent. This one nation, one tax concept was very much needed,

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  3. "Because of the introduction of GST, on the Indirect Tax front, we saw a lot of positive changes. Some of them were: The Cascading Effect on indirect taxes was removed. The threshold for registration was increased (while compared to the VAT regime). Composition scheme for Small and Medium business wRead more

    “Because of the introduction of GST, on the Indirect Tax front, we saw a lot of positive changes. Some of them were:
    The Cascading Effect on indirect taxes was removed.
    The threshold for registration was increased (while compared to the VAT regime).
    Composition scheme for Small and Medium business was introduced.
    All compliances are made digital.
    Unregulated Sectors were efficiently managed.”

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