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VAT or Value Added Tax is another name of sales tax which is charged on sale of goods. But, we can define the VAT as a multi-point tax on value addition which is collected at different stages of sale with a provision for set-off for tax paid at the previous stage/tax paid on inputs.  In simple words the VAT is …

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