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GST on Import

Article 269A of constitution mandates that import of goods or services in India is considered as Inter-state trade. Therefore, import of goods or services is considered as interstate supply and is liable for payment of IGST. IGST on the import of services …

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GST on Education Services

Education is defined as “Education is a process of training and developing the knowledge, skill and character of students by normal schooling.” Taxation of education services is a sensitive issue as it is the basic right of every person to get an …

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How to cancel an e-Way bill

Rule 138 of CGST Rules define the provisions of the e-Way bill. A registered person needs to generate an e-way bill where the goods need to be moved from one place to another and the value of such goods is more than …

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Deemed Export under GST

What is Deemed Export? “Deemed Exports” refers to supplies of goods manufactured in India which are notified as deemed exports under Section 147 of the CGST/SGST Act, 2017. It is to be noted that services are not considered as deemed exports. The …

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Zero Rated Supply

As per section 2(47) of the CGST Act, 2017, a supply is said to be exempt, when it attracts nil rate of duty or is specifically exempted by a notification or kept out of the purview of tax (i.e. a non-GST supply). …

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Mixed Supply & Composite Supply under GST

Mixed Supply A mixed supply is one in which two or more individual supplies of goods or services are made as a single supply but such supply does not constitute as a composite supply. For example, a departmental store makes a package …

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GST Applicability on E-commerce Operators

What is an e-commerce operator? CGST act defines electronic commerce as – ” Electronic Commerce means the supply of goods or services or both, including digital products over digital or electronic network.” And defines electronic commerce operator as – “Electronic Commerce Operator …

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Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT)

MAT stands for Minimum Alternative Tax. MAT was introduced by the Finance Act, 1987 with effect from Assessment Year 1998-99. Later on, it was withdrawn by the Finance Act, 1990 and reintroduced by Finance Act, 1996 with effect from 01St April 1997. …

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