GST marked as the biggest tax reforms in India since 1947. It’s a unified tax implemented by current BJP Government with an aim to erase all state or central government indirect taxes. GST subsumes 11 Indirect taxes that were levied on the sale of goods and services by central or state Government. GST made indirect taxation process simpler for small and medium scale enterprises. It will also boost economic growth in a long run. New small businesses will be benefited from this new tax law as they have to pay less tax under composition scheme (SMEs with Rs.20 – Rs.50Lakh turnover).
As we are saying that GST made taxation easier. So, let’s have a look at its registration process. In this article we will cover all details regarding GST registration with below-mentioned points:
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Since its implementation on 1st July, 2017 GST has been always in the news due to its high tax rates & bit complicated tax slabs also Govt faces lots of criticism for it.
Recently RBI forecast GDP growth rate at 7.3% (2017-18), which is lower than last year’s GDP growth rate. To main economic stability and for a higher GDP growth Government decided to revise tax rates.
On 6th October Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced new tax rates after a long & fruitful discussion with GST council members.
The GST council slashed rates on 27 items and 12 services.
Here are the details of revised tax rates on goods:
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Bill of supply is a type of invoice generated at the time of selling exempted goods or services exempted under GST by the seller. Businesses who registered under composition scheme can’t charge any tax sell by them, whereas a non-composite dealer also can’t charge any tax on exempted goods and services.
When and who should generate bill of supply ?
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