The Government of India intends to roll out a consolidated Goods and Services Tax (GST) by 1 July, 2017, to replace multiple indirect taxes that may vary from state to state. This edition of GST 101 series provides a quick overview of GST and what you need to do immediately to prepare for the transition.
This edition of GST 101 newsletter series covers some important points about GST registration and your immediate action points.
This edition of GST 101 series covers details of taxes you would have to pay under the GST regime.
Under the GST regime, state and central taxes will converge. This edition talks about types of returns you would have to file under GST.
This edition of GST 101 series explains the significance of harmonized system nomenclature (HSN) code under GST regime.
This edition of the GST 101 series explains how to offset input tax credit against tax liability in the GST regime as prescribed by the Model GST Law.
This edition cover some the highlights of the upcoming GST regime including provisions made to make GST compliance easier for small businesses.
Learn about how to pay applicable taxes under GST in this edition of GST 101 series.
This edition talks about the significance of time of supply for taxpayer under GST and how time of supply is related to supply of services.
This article talks about the significance of place of supply of goods and services under GST regime.
This article answers most-asked queries around GSTN submission.
Learn how GST will affect product listing and tax mapping in this article.
This article explain tax implications under GST on the sale of a product on our website.
The Government of India has specified certain details that must be mentioned on the invoice of goods/services supplied. Read this article to learn how GST will affect invoicing and accounting process of your business.
This article talks about the implications of GST on product returns and the relevance of issuing credit note.
In this edition of GST 101, learn about some of the latest updates related to tax collection at source (TCS).