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GST is a huge step in the history of tax reforms to create confidence and an atmosphere of investment, manufacturing and growth. GST is portrayed to provide the requisite impetus to business sector and at the same time reducing the price burden due to regressive taxes on the consumers. The most salient feature of the GST is that it would remove the multiple taxes levied on products both by the state and central government by virtue of taxes being in the concurrent list. GST seeks to replace these taxes which are primarily regressive in nature, due to which a cascading effect is created and as a result the ordinary consumer pays around 20-30% extra. Another major problem with the previous tax regime was that there were constant disputes about whether certain items come in the category of goods or services and this would be addressed by GST as it explicitly provides a rate card to the same effect. Furthermore subsumation of these taxes into GST would also provide an effective and efficient flow of tax credit both at the Centre and State level. GST is being implemented in such a way that the revenues of States and their Capital and Revenue Expenditure on that account are not hampered.
GST has numerous benefits to the producer like input tax credit, easy returns, reduction in costs and prices of locally manufactured goods which would in turn spur the aggregate demand and create a multiplier effect to boost the economy. Compliances required under GST is going to aid the government immensely with the elements of GSTIN, requisites of GST like PAN Card, the documents to be submitted for registration along with CGST and SGST a dual monitoring system would be in place to prevent tax evasion and promote fair competition.
Advantages of GST
Facts of Registration of GST
Documents for Converting / Enrollment into GST
- Proof of business
- Proof of jurisdiction
- Bank details and authorized signatories
- Voter id card / passport / aadhar card of owner / partner / company
- Pancard of individual owner / partner / company / LLP
Process Flow Converstion / Enrollment in GST
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Please Fill form with requisite data and pay with our range of easy payment partners. Thereafter our Customer executive will get in touch with you within 5 minutes of making payment, to guide you with required documents and further procedure.1-2 Hours
Generally it takes around 2-3 days preparing entire application form on basis of collected data and will subsequently filed with appropriate Authority.2-3 WORKING DAYS
Generally it takes 10-15 working days for CBDT to issue Certificate of GSTN NO of converted VAT, CST and Service tax no.10-15 WORKING DAYS
FAQ's on GST
1. What is GST?GST is one indirect tax for the whole nation, which will make India one unified common market.
2. How does it work?GST is a single tax on the supply of goods and services, right from the manufacturer to the consumer. Credits of input taxes paid at each stage will be available in the subsequent stage of value addition, which makes GST essentially a tax only on value addition at each stage. The final consumer will thus bear only the GST charged by the last dealer in the supply chain, with set-off benefits at all the previous stages.
3. Which taxes at the Centre and State level are being subsumed into GST?At the Central level, the following taxes are being subsumed:
a. Central Excise Duty,
b. Additional Excise Duty,
c. Service Tax,
d. Additional Customs Duty commonly known as Countervailing Duty, and
e. Special Additional Duty of Customs.
At the State level, the following taxes are being subsumed:
a. Subsuming of State Value Added Tax/Sales Tax,
b. Entertainment Tax (other than the tax levied by the local bodies), Central Sales Tax (levied by the Centre and collected by the States),
c. Octroi and Entry tax,
d. Purchase Tax,
e. Luxury tax, and
f. Taxes on lottery, betting and gambling.
4. Which are the commodities proposed to be kept outside the purview of GST?Alcohol for human consumption, Petroleum Products viz. petroleum crude, motor spirit (petrol), high speed diesel, natural gas and aviation turbine fuel& Electricity.
5. What will be status of Tobacco and Tobacco products under the GST regime?Tobacco and tobacco products would be subject to GST. In addition, the Centre would have the power to levy Central Excise duty on these products.
6. Why is Dual GST required?India is a federal country where both the Centre and the States have been assigned the powers to levy and collect taxes through appropriate legislation. Both the levels of Government have distinct responsibilities to perform according to the division of powers prescribed in the Constitution for which they need to raise resources. A dual GST will, therefore, be in keeping with the Constitutional requirement of fiscal federalism.
7. Which authority will levy and administer GST?Centre will levy and administer CGST & IGST while respective states will levy and administer SGST.
8. What is IGST?Under the GST regime, an Integrated GST (IGST) would be levied and collected by the Centre on inter-State supply of goods and services. Under Article 269A of the Constitution, the GST on supplies in the course of interstate trade or commerce shall be levied and collected by the Government of India and such tax shall be apportioned between the Union and the States in the manner as may be provided by Parliament by law on the recommendations of the Goods and Services Tax Council.
9. Who will decide rates for levy of GST?The CGST and SGST would be levied at rates to be jointly decided by the Centre and States. The rates would be notified on the recommendations of the GST Council.
10. How will imports be taxed under GST?Imports of Goods and Services will be treated as inter-state supplies and IGST will be levied on import of goods and services into the country. The incidence of tax will follow the destination principle and the tax revenue in case of SGST will accrue to the State where the imported goods and services are consumed. Full and complete set-off 14 15 will be available on the GST paid on import on goods and services.
11. Whether the composition scheme will be optional or compulsory?Optional.
12. What is GSTN and its role in the GST regime?GSTN stands for Goods and Service Tax Network (GSTN). A Special Purpose Vehicle called the GSTN has been set up to cater to the needs of GST. The GSTN shall provide a shared IT infrastructure and services to Central 14 15 and State Governments, tax payers and other stakeholders for implementation of GST. The functions of the GSTN would, inter alia, include:
(i) Facilitating registration;
(ii) Forwarding the returns to Central and State authorities;
(iii) Computation and settlement of IGST;
(iv) Matching of tax payment details with banking network;
(v) Providing various MIS reports to the Central and the State Governments based on the tax payer return information;
(vi) Providing analysis of tax payers’ profile; and
(vii) Running the matching engine for matching, reversal and reclaim of input tax credit.
The GSTN is developing a common GST portal and applications for registration, payment, return and MIS/ reports. The GSTN would also be integrating the common GST portal with the existing tax administration IT systems and would be building interfaces for tax payers. Further, the GSTN is developing back-end modules like assessment, audit, refund, appeal etc. for 19 States and UTs (Model II States). The CBEC and Model I States (15 States) are themselves developing their GST back-end systems. Integration of GST front-end system with back-end systems will have to be completed and tested well in advance for making the transition smooth.
13. What is the taxable event under GST?The Supply of goods and/or services is a taxable event. CGST & SGST will be levied on intra-state supplies while IGST will be levied on inter-state supplies. The charging section is section 7 (1) of CGST/SGST Act and Section 4(1) of the IGST Act.
14. Is the reverse charge mechanism applicable only to services?No, reverse charge applies to supplies of both goods and services.
15. What will be the implications in case of purchase of goods from unregistered dealers?The receiver of goods will not be able to get ITC. Further, the recipients who are registered under composition schemes would be liable to pay tax under reverse charge.
16. Can composition scheme be availed if the taxable person effects inter-State supplies?No, composition scheme is applicable subject to the condition that the taxable person does not affect interstate supplies.
17. Can the taxable person under composition scheme claim input tax credit?No, taxable person under composition scheme is not eligible to claim input tax credit.
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