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Latest Articles in One year of GST

Looking Back At GST- An Evaluation Of A Historic Tax Policy Change Post 1 Year Of Its Implementation

By stopping the cascading effect and introducing a uniform tax structure across the country, GST has increased tax collection, transparency and accessibility to tax credits across stakeholders

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More Fine Tuning Required

Textiles, MSMEs were among those adversely impacted by the GST rollout. We look at one more such sector — real estate

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Ironing Out The GST’s Wrinkles

The GST was implemented a year ago amidst much fanfare. The idea was to simplify the complex. Has GST lived up to its promise?

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GST Council To Mull Rate Cut On Items With ‘Low Revenue Impact’ On 21 July

Most handloom and handicraft products, as well as sanitary napkins are currently taxed at 12%, and there are demands to exempt them from the levy

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Impact Of GST On Startups

A relaxation in GST rate can also be provided for start-ups like area-based exemptions existed in Excise to boost innovation in the country

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Maiden Year For GST: Key Accomplishments And Shortfalls

With a strong resolve to create a better India, our Government, if given a chance will ensure the country reaps full rewards of GST in the next five years to come

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President Kovind Congratulates Citizens, Stakeholders For Successful Rollout Of GST, Says Economy To Touch USD 5 Trn By 2025

President Ram Nath Kovind today said the Indian economy is set for a surge with the GDP size expected to double to USD 5 trillion probably by 2025.

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GST Not Disruptive, Higher Revenues To Aid Rate Rationalisation: Jaitley

Union Minister Arun Jaitley today said rollout the Goods and Services Tax (GST) has not been disruptive in the last one year and exuded confidence that higher revenue collections would enhance the capacity of the government to rationalise tax rates going forward.

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Ironing Out GST’s Wrinkles

Has GST lived up to its promise? The first year of such an overarching tax reform is bound to undergo teething problems, especially in a fractious democracy like India’s where regional satraps fiercely guard their states’ tax revenue

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GST An 'RSS Tax', 'Bad Word' Among People: Chidambaram

Former finance minister P Chidambaram today came out all guns blazing against the GST regime on its first anniversary, terming it an "RSS tax" that had led to an increase in tax burden and become a "bad word" among the people.

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One Year Of GST: Impact On Foundry Sector

There is no provision for a refund in case excess GST has been paid due to error, there should be a provision for the same

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One Year Of GST: Achievements And Goals

GST manages to stir debate as it completes a year. What has it achieved and what more needs to be done?

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