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Cag Report : An Eye-opening For Gst

While the Government is trying hard with opposition parties to implement the Goods and Services Tax from April next year, a study carried out by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India [CAG] has .
(November 03, 2011)
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It Infrastructure - A Priority For Gst

The Centre and States recently arrived at a broad consensus on rolling out independent India's biggest tax reforms that will simplify the manner in which corporates, small enterprises and traders ..
(October 31, 2011)
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Changing Momentum Of Gst: Still More To Do

When a ray of hope is coming in the successful implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST), suddenly a momentum changes in favour of those who are strictly opposing the rolling out of the GST. In .
(October 28, 2011)
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A Step Closer To Goods And Service Tax

The central and state governments moved closer to ushering in a nationwide goods and services tax on April 1, 2011, that will simplify the manner in which corporates, small enterprises and traders ..
(October 24, 2011)
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Goods and Services Tax (Malaysia)

Goods and Services Tax in Malaysia may be implemented by the Malaysian Government somewhere in the third Quarter of 2011. 4% GST will replace the current sales and service tax currently levied at ..
(October 08, 2011)
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Goods and Services Tax (New Zealand)

Taxation in New Zealand is collected at a national level by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) on behalf of the Government of New Zealand. National taxes are levied on personal and business income, ..
(September 29, 2011)
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GST in CANADA

In Canada Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a multi-level value added tax introduced on January 1, 1991, by Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and Finance Minister Michael Wilson. The GST replaced a hidden ..
(September 29, 2011)
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GST in AUSTRALIA

In the European Union, the consumption tax is called Value Added Tax or VAT. In some countries like New Zealand and Canada called their consumption tax as a goods and service tax (GST). In Australia, .
(September 24, 2011)
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GST and Economic Growth

To make India as a financial super power, the introduction of GST is must. There are much apprehension relating to proposed GST regime regarding the growth in Indian Economy and its effects thereof. ..
(September 23, 2011)
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GST and Trade

As we are expecting that the new regime GST will have a significant effect on the Indian Trade and will have a great impact on the day to day business established in India. Mr. Jose Cyriac, ..
(September 21, 2011)
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Igst Model - An Innovative Idea

The First Discussion Paper produced by the Empowered Committee of state Finance Ministers has come out with an innovative way to deal with inter-state transaction of goods and services. The ..
(September 19, 2011)
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Gst And Fiscal Autonomy To The States

The proposed GST Scheme has created a sense of fear among states that they will lose their autonomy over levy of taxes. Presently, states enjoy total autonomy atleast in respect of state taxes. It is .
(September 15, 2011)
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Gst: Delay In Implementation

In 2006, the UPA Government announced that a comprehensive GST would be launched on 1st April, 2010 and it was believed that the introduction of GST is a difficult task, as our current structure of ..
(September 13, 2011)
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Gst And Its Dependency On It Infrastructure

IT infrastructure will be one of the basic requirements for successful implementation of Goods and Services tax. It should be well in place before introduction of GST. Based on the experience of ..
(September 08, 2011)
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Tax Administration In Gst Regime

The scheme of GST should be supported by a strong tax-administration infrastructure for it’s optimum success. Without an efficient tax-administration the implementation of goods and services ..
(September 05, 2011)
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Gst : Transportation & Logistics

Transportation & logistics is a much wider term. It covers various service providers and services provided by all modes of transportation (e. g. , air, road, rail and sea). It also comprises ..
(August 30, 2011)
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Gst And Constitution

The GST Model proposed in the First Discussion Paper produced by the Empowered committee of state finance ministers on Nov 10, 2009, will be dual in nature. It will consist of two components: CGST ..
(August 09, 2011)
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Gst Scheme: Exemptions

The prevalent indirect tax structure in India has a number of exemptions. At central level, 330 exemptions are allowed under CENVAT. These exemptions to service providers and manufacturers depend on ..
(August 05, 2011)
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Gst: Impact On The Poor

GST is a destination based consumption tax. Consumption taxes are regressive in nature. It increases the gap between the rich and the poor. The pertinent point is whether such tax would be fruitful ..
(August 03, 2011)
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A Step Ahead In The Direction Of Unanimous Gst

The comments of the Department of Revenue (DOR) on the ‘First Discussion Paper on GST’ reflect the inclination of Centre on different contradicting issues related to Goods and Services ..
(August 02, 2011)
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A Comparative View On Goods And Services Tax (gst)

This comparison is based on the recommendations of the First Discussion Paper produced by the Empowered committee of states finance ministers (hereafter referred as EC) and the Report of the Task ..
(July 29, 2011)
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Deficiency In Collection Of Indirect Tax This Year

The revenue growth target for this year is challenging a change in tune from an hot tempered optimist about the economy that has triggered concerns tax collections may drop sharply as economic ..
(July 20, 2011)
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Gst May Miss April 2012

The introduction of GST through the comman goods and service tax or GST from the next financial year appears uncertain with fresh opposition pouring in from BJP ruled states who claims that it would ..
(July 16, 2011)
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GST Will Now Move With Tortoise

Finally the Finance Minister Mr. Pranab Mukherjee speaks about the future of the Goods and Service Tax and the words spoken by him were not surprising at all. GST is unlikely to be implemented from ..
(December 23, 2010)
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