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Consignment Sales Agent (CSA) change in GST

Goods and Services Tax - Started By: - Avinash Agarwal - Dated:- 26-1-2017 Last Replied Date:- 28-1-2017 - Dear All,As there used to be CSA in case of VAT regime where company used to transfer stock to CSA against F-form, where all the sale proceeding used to be transferred directly to company and CSA used to get commission.However, now in GST it is understood that F-form format is waived off. All transfer of goods will be in the form of Sale & Purchase.So, how do you see as the tax implicat .....

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goods and services. Assessee/Dealers/Service Providers need to enroll int GSTN. There would be levy of GST at each and every level and seemless credit would be allowed. Even CSA would need to get registration and pay tax on receipt of goods and charge tax for supply of goods. - Reply By Ganeshan Kalyani - The Reply = Under VAT, CSA was registered by main dealer as additional place of business. No separate registration for VAT /CST was taken by CSA. In the same way under GST as well the main deal .....

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