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BASIC CONCEPTS OF GST (PART-7)

Goods and Services Tax - GST - By: - Dr. Sanjiv Agarwal - Dated:- 13-2-2016 - Systems of GST / VAT Internationally, there are three systems of Goods & Services Tax (GST) / Value Added Tax (VAT) in vogue in different countries, viz, Invoice System Payment System Hybrid System Invoice System: In the invoice system, the GST (Input) is claimed on the basis of invoice and it is claimed when the invoice is received, it is immaterial whether payment is made or not. Further the GST (Output) is accou .....

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as to be paid without receiving the payment. Payment System: In the payment system of GST, the GST (Input) is claimed when the payment for purchases is made and the GST (Output) is accounted for when the payment is made. In this system, it is immaterial whether the assessee is maintaining the accounts on cash basis or not. The advantage of cash invoice system is that the Tax (output) need not be deposited until the payment for the goods and/or services is received. The disadvantage of the paymen .....

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basis of invoice and GST (Output) is accounted for on the basis of payment, if allowed by the law. In some countries the dealers have to put their option for this system or for a reversal of this system before adopting the same. GST and Present System of VAT In principle, there is no difference between present tax structure under VAT and GST as far as the tax on goods is concerned because GST is also a form of VAT on Goods and services. Here at present the sales tax, with an exception of CST, i .....

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empowered committee of states Finance Ministers on VAT. Due to the fact that the taxpayers are already using the Vatable sales tax and service tax system there may be a possibility that GST will be a matter of settlement between the Centre and the states and like VAT, the possibility of any resistance from the tax payers is somewhat less. The Constitution of India, 1950 demarcates taxing powers in a two-tier structure wherein levies on production and international imports are with the Union and .....

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