GST How to Meet Your Obligations with commentary I 2021 book 10th edition

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(Last Updated On: March 2, 2021)

Taxmann’s GST How to Meet Your Obligations (Set of 2 Vols. ) – Commentary on all Provisions of GST, Explaining All Concept of GST in Lucid Manner | Amended upto 01-02-2021 | 10th Edition | 2021 Paperback – 1 February 2021

GST How to meet your obligations

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Taxmann’s bestselling commentary on all provisions of GST, explains each and every concept of GST in lucid manner.
The Present Publication is the 10th Edition, authored by S.S. Gupta & updated till 1st February, 2021. This book comes in a set of 2 volumes & it is divided into six divisions, namely:

  • Basic Concepts
  • Exemption & Other Levies
  • Export & Import of Goods and Services
  • Procedures
  • Input Tax Credit
  • Appeals

The details contents of the book are as follows:

  • Introduction & Basic Concepts
  • Constitutional Amendment
  • Transitional Provisions
  • Meaning & Scope of Supply and Levy of GST
  • Definition & Principle of Classification
  • Residential or Commercial Apartments – New Scheme
  • Non-Taxable Supplies
  • Payment under Reverse Charge
  • Time of Supply & Change in Rate of Tax
  • Place of Supply
  • Value of Supply
  • Job Work, Scrap & Waste Generated at Job-Worker
  • Electronic Commerce Operator & Collection of Tax at Source
  • Tax Deducted at Source
  • Export of Goods, Services and Export Incentives
  • Deemed Exports including EOU, STP
  • Special Economic Zone
  • Import of Goods & Services
  • Administration & Registration
  • Taxable Person, Tax Invoice, Credit & Debit Notes & E-Way Bill
  • Payment of Tax and Interest – Computation of Tax Liability
  • Returns
  • Assessment
  • Demand, Recovery and Adjudication
  • Refund of Taxes
  • Audit of Assesse’s Accounts
  • Penalties, Confiscation & Fine
  • Arrest, Prosecution and Compounding
  • Advance Ruling
  • Inspection, Search & Seizure
  • Liability to Pay in Certain Cases
  • Goods and Services Tax Practitioners Scheme & Provisional Attachment
  • Anti-Profiteering Measure
  • Residual Matters
  • Introduction to Input Tax Credit
  • Input
  • Input Service
  • Capital goods
  • Utilization of Input Tax Credit
  • Conditions, Time Limit and Documents for Availment of Credit
  • Common Inputs and Input Services for Exempted and Taxable Supplies
  • Removal of Input, Capital Goods and Waste Including for Job-Work
  • Procedures and Records for Input Tax Credit
  • Input Service Distributor
  • Matching of Credit and Black Listing of Dealer
  • Recovery of Input Tax Credit
  • Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Appeal – General Provisions
  • Time Limit for Filing Appeal and Condonation of Delay
  • Pre-deposit of Duty for Entertaining Appeal
  • Departmental Appeal & Power of Revisional Authority
  • Appeal to Appellate Authority
  • Appeal before Goods & Services Tax Appellate Tribunal
  • Order of Appellate Tribunal
  • Procedure before Appellate Tribunal
  • Powers and Limitation of Appellate Tribunal
  • Appeal before High Court
  • Appeal before Supreme Court

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