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The Goods & Services Tax (GST) has arrived in India from 1st July 2017. It is Uniform Indirect Tax Law across India in all the states and Union Territories replacing Central Excise Duty, Service Tax and State Value Added Tax (VAT).
While the introduction has been smooth, the journey in the GST regime had its share of challenges. Some of the major challenges were the initial issues faced by the exporters and the technology challenges in compliances apart from other procedural issues like challenges in claiming transition credits etc.
The GST Council (GST Decision making body) has recognised these issues and responding to them positively by making changes in such areas. Hopefully, by 31st March 2018 all such issues would be sorted out by the GST Council.
Trade & Industry should not press panic button but try to realign with post GST Changes in IT System, Composition Scheme and compliance. The GST Council is also working hard for smooth sailing of GST in India.
In the light of the above, we have designed this one day Workshop on Post GST covering all major areas like Concept, Design, Specific Areas like Input Tax Credit, GST for exporters and Importers, Anti Profiteering Provision, Works Contracts (Composite and Normal ) , Post GST for Service Industry , Composition Tax , GST R1-R2 issues , Transitory provisions , Rates & HSN issues etc.
Post GST up to 31st March, 2018, the companies still have time to update, rectify errors and re look at all the major areas of GST including education to Vendors and dealers / Customers.
Session 1: Important Provisions for Goods & Services (Post GST Views) :
Session 2 – GST Compliance (Post GST Issues) :
Session 3 – Post GST System in a Company: