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 education and levying GST on it have a

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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 Rs. 50,000  in the following cases: – Sales

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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 supplies do not leave India. The payment for

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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). But when a supply is exempted from payment

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Casual Taxable Person in Goods and Service Tax

For some persons, it is hard to maintain a fixed place of business due to seasonable nature of their industry. Also, if they have to register as a regular taxable person then they have to file monthly or quarterly return on a regular basis throughout the year. This lead to

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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 on occasion of Diwali which consists of sweets,

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Refund of Unutilised Input Tax Credit for Zero-Rated Supplies

What is Input Tax Credit under GST? Input Tax Credit (ITC) means claiming the credit of the GST paid on the purchase of goods and services which are used for the furtherance of the business. ITC is a mechanism to avoid the cascading effect of taxes. Previously, no credit of

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Why there was a need for 3 types of GST – CGST, SGST & IGST

Since GST subsumed both indirect taxes of central government (excise duty, service tax, custom duty, etc. ) and state governments (VAT, Luxury tax, etc.),  both the government now depend on GST for their indirect tax revenue. Therefore the GST rate is composed of two rates, one of CGST and one

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Process of Registration Under GST

Process of Registration For resident persons Format of Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) Process of Registration for Person required to Deduct Tax at Source (TDS) or Collect Tax at Source (TCS) under GST Process of Registration for Non Resident Persons Registration Made by the GST Official Amendment to

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