Good and Service Tax (GST) is the largest Indirect tax reform in India which is going to impact the way business is carried out at pan India level. It’s going to replace almost all the existing Indirect tax or levies like Excise Duty, Service Tax , VAT, Entry Tax etc. It’s impact will vary across the different kind of businesses.
Dual GST structure enhances the overall complexity which can be mitigated through a robust IT system. It’s imperative and high time for companies to gear up and assess the likely impact of GST on their kind of business.
Old age concepts like “Sale”, “Manufacturing”, “Stock Transfer” needs to be unlearned and new terms like “Destination”, “Consumption”, “Place of supply” to be learned.
Now, almost whole India will be one market, breaking the boundaries of erstwhile State specific indirect taxes.
- Impact analysis
Our team of experts will understand your business and carry out an impact analysis covering all the important aspects i.e. working capital requirement, logistic issues, job work vs. In-house, procurement
- Transition support
For existing registered entities under various Indirect tax laws, there would be an automatic transition to GST regime. The transition process will require assessment of situation and positions of taxation liability under existing laws. We’ll work out the strategy for transition to GST and it’s likely impact on the closing balance of tax obligations and benefits.
- Regular compliances
Once GST is made applicable and transition process is complete, our next role would be to support you in regular compliances under GST which includes but not limited to new registrations, amendments in existing registration, calculation of periodical tax liability, preparation and filing of tax return, tax assessment etc.