GST Pitfalls after Implementation in India

  • Dr. Ashish Goyal


Good and services tax (GST) is the largest and most substantial indirect tax reform since 1947. Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a comprehensive tax collection of the production, sales and consumption of goods and services at the national level. It is expected that the GST system will open a new era of the indirect tax system, with huge opportunities for different sectors of the economy. By replacing a variety of indirect taxes, GST is expected to be an important step in India's indirect tax reform. A uniform tax reform under the GST is expected to provide a single market for SMEs. Reducing the number of taxes reduces the total operating costs by increasing the flexibility of product transfers. If you use GST to enable centralized registration, it will also be easier to get started. This measure of standardizing processes under new taxation will help to improve this area by reducing the tax burden on many new activities, such as capital goods and product purchases, and new businesses


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