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The registered dealers are required to maintain their account and keep the records under GST Law as under:- Compliance verification in GST will be done through examination of accounts and records maintained, only if required. One tax, one type of record:- No need to maintain separate records for different type of taxes as in the era of VAT, Excise and …

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We are giving the brief idea in case of GST in respect of import and export of goods as under:- IMPORT AND INPUT TAX CREDIT All the Importers/Exporters have to mandatorily declare GST Registration number (GSTIN) along with Import Export Code (IEC) in the bills of entry, Shipping bills and Courier forms. Provisional IDs issued by GSTIN can be declared …

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Important Facts About Tax Invoice Under GST All registered dealers registered under GST Act should keep the following points in mind while raising tax invoice under GST Act:- All GST taxpayers are free to design their own invoice format. GST Law only requires that certain fields must mandatorily be in the invoice. The time period prescribed for issuing invoice is …

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Q. I deal in stationery items and stationery is a taxable item under GST Law. I am based in Delhi. My gross turnover is Rs.16 Lakhs. Should I get registered myself under GST law?. Ans. No, if you have a turnover less than 20 Lakhs then you need not to be registered under GST law. Please note that you should …

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TRANSITION OF REGISTRATION Any dealer who is registered under State VAT, Central Excise, Service Tax etc. having a valid PAN shall be given provisional registration. Dealers who have been given provisional registration would be given final registration on submission of prescribed documents. TRANSITION OF CREDIT OF CENTRAL TAXES PAID ON GOODS IN STOCK A manufacturer having an existing registration can …

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81% OF ITEMS COME UNDER 18% OR LESS GST SLABS. Following GST rates are decided by GST Council:- Few important items have been mentioned by us for general idea. EXEMPTED GOODS OR 0% GST MILK, CURD, UNPACKED FOOD GRAINS, FRESH CHIKEN, GUR, BUTTER MILK, LASSI, FRESH MEAT, EGG, FRESH VEGITABLE, UNPACKED PANEER, FRESH FRUITS, MILK BUTTER, UNBRANDED, NATURAL HONEY, …

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What is Reverse Charge Under GST?  Under this mechanism the recipient is responsible to pay the GST tax. It means when the buyer purchases any taxable goods covered under GST from a unregistered supplier, the buyer is supposed to pay tax. Since the seller is not registered and he is selling the goods which is not exempted from GST then …

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The return is document which is filed by the dealer with concern tax authorities. According to GST law a normal tax payer is supposed to file 3 returns quarterly and one return annually.  Following returns are to filed under GST law:- RETURN FORM DETAILS TO BE FURNISHED DUE DATE GSTR-1 Details of outward supplies of taxable goods 10th of …

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To give the relief to small dealers, composition scheme has been introduced under GST law. All registered dealer under GST whose gross turnover was less than Rs.50 lakh in preceding financial year can choose this scheme. In case, the dealer has started his business during current financial year and expecting gross turnover less than Rs. 50 lakh. The composition scheme …

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GST identification number or GSTIN will be provided to every businessman by tax authorities. At present the person who is registered under state VAT law has got an unique TIN number from state tax authorities and the person who provides the services, is being allotted the unique service tax registration number by Central Board of Excise and Customs. To bring …


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