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  • Contributed by CA Vikash Parakh

    At present the need of the hour under the GST regime is the availability of INPUT TAX CREDIT to the registered person on 1st July 2017 and the procedure to claim such ITC under the GST regime.

    Contributed by Manoj Agarwal

    REVERSE CHARGE U/s 9(4) EXEMPTED for Inward supply Value upto Rs.5000 in a Day – Revised

    The Central Government has issued Exemption Notification No. 8/2017-CT(Rate) dated 28-06-2017 giving relaxation to Registered Persons under GST from major (and draconian) compliance required under section 9(4) of the CGST Act, 2017.

    Contributed by CA Vikash Parakh

    The term ‘supply’ includes all forms of supply of goods or services, supplied or to be supplied, for a consideration, in the course or for furtherance of business. It will include sale, transfer, barter/exchange, license, rental, lease & disposal.

    Contributed by CA Vikash Parakh

    Procurements play a vital role in any organization, and such procurements when made from unregistered vendors will have tax implications under reverse charge mechanism leading to impact on the entire working capital flow.

    Contributed by CA. Dr. Dilip V Satbhai

    Why GST?
    The passage of the GST bill by Loksabha has paved the way for introduction of GST law in India, likely to see the light of the day on 1st July 2017.

    Contributed by S Prakash, Secretary, KSTPA (Karnataka State Tax Practitioners Association)

    Year 2017 will be a remarkable year for both Direct and Indirect Tax reforms in India. Implementation of GST is a giant leap towards creating a unified Indian Market as the PM Says “One India – One Tax”. As we look into the benefits of this Law to elevate India’s economic growth at a global level, it is equally important to be mindful about the transition phase and preparation that our businesses have to undertake at the backstage for the successful implementation of the Law.

    Contributed by CA. Lalit Aggarwal

    GST will be new world of opportunity for all the chartered accountants as well as other professionals. As all of us know that migration of existing assessees have been started. In era of competition every client is looking for complete solution under one roof. Job work is very common between manufacturer in India. Here we will try to understand Job work provisions under GST.

    Contributed by CA. Raman Khatuwala

     Difference between the Sale & Supply ?

    • Till now VAT is paid on sale of goods and Central Excise Duty is paid on manufacture of commodity. In GST, this concept is changed which is based on supply of goods .

    Contributed by CA. Sukrati Agrawal

    ITC is core provision of GST as GST is destination based tax. ITC avoids cascading effect of taxes.
    Input tax in relation to a taxable person, means the IGST including that on import of goods, CGST and SGST charged on any supply of goods and/or services to him and includes the tax payable under section 8(3) but does not include the tax paid under section 9 of GST Model Law, November 2016.

    Contributed by CA. Puneet Oberoi.

    Meaning & Concept of Job Work
    JOB work is the only exception to the general rule of the GST concept that the credit moves with the goods. Job work is defined under 2(61) of the CGST Act, as:-
    “(61) job work means undertaking any treatment or process by a person on goods belonging to another registered taxable person and the expression job worker shall be construed accordingly;”

    Contributed by CA. Ronak Agarwal. 

    Introduction
    The Constitution Amendment Bill on Goods and Services Tax (GST) has received Presidential assent post its passage in both the houses of Parliament and ratification by over one-half of the State Legislatures. The GST Council, headed by the Union Finance Minister with all the State Finance Ministers as members, is in the process of finalizing and recommending model GST law.

    Contributed by CA. Anil Gupta

    1. What is Composition Scheme in current State Indirect tax?

    Considering the compliance complexity for small dealers, the current state indirect tax
    regime has provided a simpler compliance for their business called ‘composition
    scheme’.

    Contributed by CA. Puneet Oberoi

    Exports is one of the most important economic activity for a country which has spectrum of impact on all sectors. For a developing economy struggling to maintain rationality in balance of payment situation, it becomes more vital. All countries work on the basic premises that duties and taxes should not be exported along with goods and services.

    Contributed by CA. Vikram Seth

    While much is being said and heard about GST in India these days, we have many accountants who still think GST will just be another tax and all they need to do is to do is create another tax ledger and do another tax calculation.

    Contributed by CA. Dinesh Pagaria

    Let us understand the taxation of works contract (Including any transfer of property when works contract is executed) related to immovable property as the supply of service. Works contract, as well as the sale of under construction property, shall be subjected to GST.

    Contributed by CA. Raman Khatuwala

    Every supplier will get itself registered under GST in the state from where it makes taxable supply of goods or services, if his aggregate turnover in a F.Y exceeds

    Contributed by CA. Ashit Shah

    Goods and Services Tax (GST), a biggest Indirect Tax Reform in the country of India is going to be reality in the near future though some political interference cannot be ruled out.

    Contributed by CA. Anil Gupta

    1. What is the purpose of returns?

    Ans. a) Mode for transfer of information to tax administration; b) Compliance verification program of tax administration;

    Contributed by CA. Tarun Agarwalla

    Introduction:

    1. The New Model GST Law ( hence forth “MGL”) as made available on public domain as on 26th November 2016 have bring out many changes with respect to the provisons with respect to composition levy.

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