GST - Impact on Various Sectors Of Indian Economy

  • Dr. Hari Shiv Nath Gupta Assistant Prof., Department of Commerce, DNPG College, Fatehgarh, Farrukhabad


Goods and services Taxes that are generally known as GSTs have a single tax on the supply of goods and services to the manufacturer's consumer. GST is one of the most important tax reforms in India that have been waiting for a long time. Under the concept of "ONE NATION ONE TAX" it is an extensive tax system that seamlessly covers all indirect taxes of the national and central government and the entire economy on the national market. The GST includes all indirect taxes that help the economy to grow and which can be more favorable than the old tax system. The GST will also accelerate the gross domestic product (GDP). GST is currently recognized worldwide and is used as a sales tax in the country. The tax amount paid at each stage can be used in the next phase of VAT, and GST will in principle only levy the added value at each stage. In 2000, however, the idea of ​​the GST in India was raised by the government of Vajpayee and the amendment was adopted in Loksabha on 6 May 2015, but it became effective from 1 July 2017. But there are huge shades and screams that implement. It will be interesting to understand whether the GST regime can hinder the growth and development of the nation. There is no extra tax. The purpose of the GST is to replace all taxes with one compound tax rate to apply one tax rate. The goal is to eliminate taxes on taxes. This article describes the positive and negative aspects of the GST function for the Indian economy.


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