Impact Of GST In Indian Scenario

  • Dr. Pragya Dixit Asst Prof., Department of Education, Sardar Patel Bansh Gopal Sanatan Dharm PG College, Unnao


GST stands for "goods and services tax" and is subject to an extensive indirect tax on the production, sale and consumption of goods and on national services. It will replace all indirect taxes that are imposed on the goods and services of the central and provincial governments of India. France was the first country to introduce this system in 1954. Almost 140 countries follow this tax system. GST could be the next big tax reform in India. This reform can continue until it has fully evolved. With GST you can lower operating costs by becoming a single market on the entire Indian market. It facilitates the smooth movement of goods by the state and lowers the transaction costs of companies. This research report shows the impact of GST in other areas.


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