Goods & Services Tax
Goods & Services Tax is expected to be introduced in India from 1 April 2017
Wider implications of GST
End of old system e.g. sales tax exemption
Preferential GST vendors-maximise tax credits
Use of self-billing / other billing best practices to maximise tax credits
Structure of offers / financing
|Finance & Administration||
Impact on cash flow
Identification of transaction and GST liability
Maximisation of GST tax credit on purchases
Registration & compliance
Cancellation of licences –potential audit?
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Training and communication
GST impact on contracts
GST impact on corporate plans e.g. restructuring, new projects and transactions
Clarification of issues and treatment with tax review panel
Availing advantage of Trade Facilitation Arrangements
|Sales & Marketing Strategies||
Effect on demand
Impact on current pipeline and inventory
Changes to Master and Transaction records
Systems design changes for VAT / GST compliance
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- Goods and Services tax (‘GST’) Council meeting held on 18 February 2017 ends with the approval of GST compensation bill while CGST, SGST and IGST bills will be considered for approval in the next meeting scheduled for 4-5 March 2017.
- Draft GST rules and formats released by CBEC for inviting public comments
- The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty Second Amendment) Bill, 2014 approved by the President of India Issue no: GST/3/2016 In
- The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty Second Amendment) Bill, 2014 passed in Rajya Sabha
- Model Goods and Services Tax Law Issued by the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers
- Report on Revenue Neutral Rate and Structure of Rates for GST
- Discussion on Constitution Amendment Bill for introduction of GST likely to be deferred to next session
- Amendments demanded in the GST Bill
- Committees to facilitate implementation of Goods and Services Tax from 1 April 2016
- Select Committee on GST Constitution Amendment (One Hundred Twenty Second Bill) 2014 submits its report in Rajya Sabha
- Cabinet approves amendment to the GST Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Second Amendment) Bill, 2014