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GOODS & SERVICE TAX

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  1. 1. GST is a value added tax, levied at all points in the supply chain with credit allowed for any tax paid on inputs acquired for use in making the supply. It would apply to both goods and services in a comprehensive manner with exemptions restricted to a minimum. The introduction of GST would be a significant step in the reform of indirect taxation in India.
  2. 2. Services
  3. 3. GST GOODS SERVICES Taxable goods & services are not distinguished from one another and are taxed at a single rate in a supply chain till the goods or services reach the consumer.
  4. 4. CENTRAL GST STATE GST INTER STATE GST
  5. 5. •Central GST shall be levied by the Centre on all the goods & services (other than the exempted ones) •Cross utilisation of ITC between the CGST & SGST shall not be allowed, except in case of IGST
  6. 6. •State GST shall be levied by the states on all goods & services, independent of the Centre. •Centre has assured all the states to pay compensation, equivalent to any losses suffered by them, during the first 3 years.
  7. 7. DELHI
  8. 8. YAMUNA EXPRESSWAY A new model is developed under proposed GST to monitor the interstate trade of Goods & Services, and this is called IGST. A point to be noted is that it will not replace the existing CST. IGST is not in addition to CGST & SGST, but is only for monitoring interstate transactions.
  9. 9. AGRA Dealer of the selling state will collect IGST from the purchaser on interstate transaction & the rate of IGST will be the combined rate of SGST & CGST. Say if the rate of SGST is 12% & CGST is 14%, then the rate of IGST will be 26%.
  10. 10. CANADA (5%) AUSTRALIA (10%) CHINA (17%) NEW ZEALAND (15%) FRANCE (20%) GERMANY (19%) SWEDEN (25%) JAPAN (8%) SINGAPORE (7%)
  11. 11. A person is required to take registration if his aggregate turnover in a financial year exceeds INR 9 Lakhs. However, tax liability shall arise only once the aggregate turnover in a financial year exceeds INR 10 Lakhs. 10 L 9 L
  12. 12. For North Eastern States, the prescribed limits are INR 4 Lakhs & INR 5 Lakhs respectively
  13. 13. In addition to the IGST, in respect of supply of goods, an additional tax of up to 1% has been proposed to be levied by the Centre. The revenue from this tax is to be assigned to the origin states. This tax is proposed to be levied for initial 2 years or such longer period as recommended by the GST Council.
  14. 14. Purchase Tax Octroi Duty Tax On Alcoholic Beverages Tax On Petroleum Products Tax On Tobacco Items
  15. 15. CGST/SGST SHALL BE PAYABLE AT THE EARLIEST OF THE FOLLOWING DATES:  DATE ON WHICH THE GOODS ARE REMOVED FOR SUPPLY TO THE RECIPIENT(MOVABLE GOODS); OR DATE ON WHICHTHE GOODS ARE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE RECIPIENT(IMMOVABLE GOODS); OR DATE OF ISSUING INVOICE BY SUPPLIER; OR DATE OF RECEIPT OF PAYMENT BY SUPPLIER; OR
  16. 16. Hidden tax on exports No state tax on imports High transaction costs
  17. 17.  Confusion and Mistrust  Complex and lacking in stability Narrow base
  18. 18. RETURNS 1.MONTHLY RETURN 6.FINAL RETURN
  19. 19. EVERY REGISTERED PERSON SHALL HAVE TO FILE A MONTHLY RETURN FOR SUPPLIES OF GOODS AND/ OR SERVICES WITHIN 20 DAYS AFTER THE END OF SUCH MONTH.1. Title text EVERY DEALER WHO IS REQUIRED TO DEDUCT TAX AT SOURCE SHALL FILE A RETURN WITHIN 10 DAYS AT THE END OF THE MONTH IN WHICH DEDUCTION IS MADE.3. Title text EVERY REGISTERED PERSON SHALL HAVE TO FILE A AN ANNUAL RETURN FOR EVERY YEAR ON OR BEFORE 31ST DEC. FOLLOWING THE END OF FINANCIAL YEAR.5. DEALERS UNDER COMPOSITION SCHEME SHALL HAVE TO FILE A RETURN FOR EACH QUARTER OR PART THEREOF, WITHIN 18 DAYS AFTER THE END OF SUCH QUARTER.2. REGISTERED PERSON PAYING CGST/SGST ON ALL INTER STATE SUPPLIES HAVE TO FILE 1stRETURN FROM THE DATE HE BECAME LIABLE TO REGISTRATION TILL THE END OF THE MONTH IN WHICH REGISTRATION HAS BEEN GRANTED. 4. REGISTERED PERSON WHO APPLIES FOR CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION SHALL HAVE TO FILE A FINAL RETURN WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF THE DATE OF CANCELLATION.6.
  20. 20. It has been projected that more number of people would come under the purview of GST, as compared to the present system.
  21. 21. The present threshold prescribed in different State VAT Acts, below which VAT is not applicable varies from State to State. Thus numerous returns have to be filed, which makes the task really complicated.
  22. 22. A uniform GST threshold across States is desirable, which would minimise the difficulty level. Different VAT returns will not be required to be filed.
  23. 23. To the extent feasible, uniform procedure for collection of both CGST & SGST would be prescribed in the respective legislation for CGST & SGST.
  24. 24. GST Will Be A Game Changing Reform For Indian Economy By- • Developing A Common Indian Market. • Reducing The Cascading Effect Of Tax On The Cost Of Goods And Services.
  25. 25.  According to World Bank & IMF, GST Will Be Instrumental In Helping The GDP Of India To Grow By .
  26. 26. I M P A C T
  27. 27. Tax Structure Tax Incidence Tax Computation Tax Payment Compliance Credit utilisation Reporting … leading to a complete overhaul of the current indirect tax system.
  28. 28. THE STORY SO FAR…
  29. 29. **We are just a few steps away from the biggest tax reform in India since the independence !! **We are just a few steps away from the biggest tax reform in India since the independence !!
  30. 30. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley met with state finance ministers in Kolkata, and said that 'virtually all states' except Tamil Nadu have backed the proposed GST Bill. He urged PM Modi to meet Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa and convince her to extend support for the bill.
  31. 31.  1% additional tax as goods move across states.  The constitutional cap of 18 per cent and an independent dispute redressal mechanism. MAJOR CONCERNS OF THE CONGRESS OVER THE BILL
  32. 32. We all have come a long way. With a bit of more effort, the day is not far away, when GST would actually become applicable in India!!
  33. 33. www.ey.com www.wikipedia.org www.imagesbazaar.com www.everystockphoto.com www.taxguru.in www.caclubindia.com www.google.co.in

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