R Muralidharan

Articles By R Muralidharan

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Year-end compliance under GST: Filing the annual GST return is a tedious task

Filing the annual GST return is a tedious task as businesses will have to match every transaction with their suppliers’ returns and incur significant amounts of time and effort

GST will go beyond tax, affect every aspect of ecosystem, here are key focus area for industry

The most significant tax reform in India, the Goods and Services Tax (GST), rolls out on July 1 and has attracted heightened interest from all stakeholders.

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GST rates: Here’s why proper fitment of products based on actual tax is pivotal

With GST to be rolled out soon, the GST Council is all set to decide item-wise rates in May for goods and services based on the Harmonised System of Nomenclature (HSN) and Service Accounting Codes (SAC).

Union Budget 2017: Arun Jaitley encouraged Make in India, digital payments; all eyes now on GST rollout

On the backdrop of the recent demonetisation and the ensuing introduction of the Goods and Service Tax, the finance minister presented the Budget for 2017-18, classifying these two as the tectonic policy initiatives of the go

Navigating goods and services in GST

After a long lull, there is a renewed hope on the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from April 1, 2017.

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Budget 2016: Big focus is on ease of doing business in India

The basic rate of service tax, excise duty and customs duty have not been changed, however, small steps have been taken to garner extra revenue

Budget 2016: Big focus is on ease of doing business in India

Union Budget 2016-17: A Budget that may simplify the indirect tax system

In order to take the rates of service tax closer to the rates envisaged in GST, service tax may be increased marginally by the government from the current level of 14.5%. The CENVAT credit issues could also be addressed

Tax cafe: Making GST work

Countries like China, Australia and the UK have GST rates less than 20%, India too needs to have a lower rate structure.

Tax cafe: Making GST work

FM didn’t give desired comfort on GST front

The increase in the rate of service tax is to prepare assessees for a higher rate under the GST regime where both the Central and the state governments would tax the services

FM didn’t give desired comfort on GST front
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