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The journey of taxation of services began by selective taxation of just three services on July 1, 1994. After appearing largely as just-another-tax for the first 8 years, with collections touching INR 3,302 crore in 2001-02, Service Tax has took a giant leap in the next 7 years on account of wider coverage as well as increase in tax rate. Service Tax today has become one of the most widely collected and encountered tax in the business landscape of India over a decade’s time. The Finance Bill 2015 brought around a lot of major changes in Service Tax and CENVAT credit.
Also the entire system of indirect taxes is going to change very soon with the arrival of GST in India. The Finance Minister affirmed the arrival of Goods and Service Tax (GST) in Indian business geography from 1st April 2016 in the Union Budget presented on 28th Feb 2015 which would subsume most of the Indirect Taxes of our country such as Excise & Customs, Service Tax, VAT & CST, Entry Tax, etc.
Astrazure’s one day workshop “2nd Service Tax ConclaveT” will be an effort to delve a little deeper to understand the various new amendments in Service Tax Law, CENVAT Credit rules with recent judicial pronouncements. Also it’ll throw insight on how the GST regime would be in India and what preparation would be required from India in the transition phase.
Module I: Service Tax - Recent changes with reference to Finance Bill 2015
Module II: Introduction to GST
Module III: Key Issues under CENVAT Credit Rules:
Recent Judicial Pronouncements in Service Tax
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