GST

How the New Tax Will Impact the Online Casinos in India

Will India Impose the New 28% Tax on the Online Casino Market The Indian online gambling sector has soared over the past years, and the second-most populated country has become one of the most promising markets. Players can find numerous domestic and offshore operators and enjoy all forms of online

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GST Returns for Persons Registered under Composition Scheme

Details, as furnished in Details of outward supplies in Form GSTR-1, will be available to the composite dealer in Form GSTR – 4A. The dealer can add, correct or delete such details. After such addition, correction or deletion quarterly return in Form GSTR-4 is to be furnished. Form GSTR-4 shall include- (a) invoice

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GST on Hotels – A Complete Guide

Services provided by the hotel is a taxable service in GST.  The place of supply will always be the state/union territory where the hotel is located even if the guest is a registered person and has GSTIN of another state. Therefore, a hotel has to charge SGST and CGST always.

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Composition Scheme for Service Providers in GST

Introduction Composition scheme under GST law is for small businesses. This is to bring relief to small businesses so that they need not be burdened with the compliance provisions under the law. An option has been provided to the eligible taxpayer who can opt to pay a fixed percentage of

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Refunds under GST

A person can make an application for refund of GST before expiry of two years from the relevant date in such form and manner as may be prescribed. Such refund may be claimed in the return filed in regular manner by the taxable person if refund is related to credit

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E way bill – The Complete Guide

Rule 138 of CGST Rules defines the provisions of e-way bill. The provisions of this rules is applied by various states on different dates. The penalty on non-compliance of provisions is still not yet declared by Government. Conditions in Which E-way bill is required or Not Required A registered person

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Reverse Charge under GST – Explained with Examples

What is Reverse Charge? Normally, GST is to be collected by the person who is selling good and services. But in some cases GST is to be collected by the purchaser of goods/service and not by seller. This is called Reverse Charge Mechanism, RCM in short. In some cases of

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How to Surrender your GSTIN

A new functionality has been introduced on the GST portal for the surrendering of GST Registration. If you want to cancel your GST registration, follow below steps: – Step 1: Login into your account on GST.GOV.IN Step 2 : Go to Services >> Registration >> Application for Cancellation of Registration

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Composition Scheme under GST for traders/manufacturers of goods

As per the GST law, generally a taxpayer pays tax under normal rates i.e 5%, 12%, 18%, 28% and avails cenvat credit on inputs, input services and capital goods. The balance tax payable after claiming the cenvat is paid in cash to the government. Using this method all the procedural

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