Who Pays GST? – e-Returns

Who Should Pay GST? In the event that you are providing any sort of goods or services in India above Rs. 20 Lakh of significant worth, you should enlist for GST, with the exception of in certain restricted situations where the assess-able individual is to pay GST paying little respect to whether he has crossed…

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Advantages and Disadvantages of GST (Goods and Service Tax)

GST is a destination based indirect expense which has replaced several other indirect taxes earlier levied in the nation. The expense has created an alliance between central and state levels and reformed the tax assessment regimes. It has provided a fundamentally single and cooperative linkup between the Indian markets which thus will support the economy…

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GST Registration Process

Goods and Service Tax GST stands for goods and service Tax. Goods and service Tax is applied on services and goods at a national level with the purpose of achieving the overall economic process. GST is specially designed to interchange the indirect taxes obligatory on goods and services of the Centre and States. e-returns file…

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Waived Late Fee On GST Returns

Currently, a plan was propelled by the Government of India, so as to forgo the late expenses for the deferred filing of the GST Return. It is a one-time conspiracy, that is propelled for the filing of GSTR-1, GSTR-3B and GSTR-4 for the term of July 2017 to September 2018,that is, for the time of…

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Effect of GST on Export of Goods and Services |

After GST takes off in India, under “Make in India” strategy, the Indian Government meant to expand the yield and nature of exports from India and gave many tax cuts to exporters. Meaning of Export of Goods and services The Export of products implies removing merchandise from India to a place outside India. Export of…

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