Taxmann’s GST Law & Practice – A Compendium of CGST/IGST Acts along with a Gist of Relevant Rules/Circulars/Notifications & Case Laws | 2021 Edition Paperback – 8 December 2020
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This book provides a complete coverage of the GST Law. What sets it apart, is the ‘unique way of presenting’ the compendium of amended & annotated text of Central & Integrated GST Acts along with Relevant Rules, Forms, Circulars, Notifications and Case Laws. In other words, read the Section and get the following:
- Text of relevantRules & Notifications
- Gist of relevantCirculars
- Date of enforcement of provisions
- Allied Laws referred
- Gist of relevantCase Laws with easy-to-understand summary
Case Laws pertaining to Classification of Goods & Services under GST Regime are given in a separate division.
The Present Publication is the Latest Edition (amended up to 25th November 2020). This book contains:
- Central GST Act, 2017, Integrated GST Act, 2017 and GST (Compensation to States) Act, 2017
- List of Notifications
- List of Circulars and Clarifications
- Case Laws pertaining to Classification of Goods and Services under GST
- Also Available
o Taxmann’s GST Case Laws Digest (A Section-wise Case Book of 1900+ Judgements)
o Taxmann’s GST How to Meet Your Obligations (A Comprehensive Commentary on GST Law)
About the author
The author is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
India. The author is also a law graduate. The author has done Ph.D.
in “Comparative Study of Existing System of Sales Tax and Proposed
System of Value Added Tax”. The author has also completed DISA
(ICAI). The author has also cleared Final Examination of Institute
of Cost and Management Accountants and Institute of Company
Secretaries of India.
The author is a working partner in the firm M/s Paritosh Gupta and
Company. Since 2002, the author is practising in the field of Direct
and Indirect Taxation.
The author secured All India Rank 36th in the CA Intermediate
Examination held in the May 2000. The author has written and
contributed extensively in the field of indirect taxation in various
seminars and lectures.
The author ca. mohammad salim graduated in commerce honours from
University of Delhi in the year 1995, and then qualified as a chartered
accountant from the Institute of chartered accountants of India in the
year 1998 securing more than 60% marks. subsequently he also completed
his graduation in law securing first division.
after qualifying the author has handled the taxation issues of large
infrastructural and financial corporates and is currently managing the
taxation functions of the largest non-Banking Financial company of India.
The author is a member of Indirect Taxes committee of PHD chamber of
commerce & Industry and has taken numerous sessions on indirect Taxes
in the seminars organized by Institute of chartered accountants of India
and other professional bodies/universities. He has also taken sessions in
the GsT programs organized by IcaI for the Departmental officials and in
the certificate course on GsT of IcaI.
more than 50 articles penned down by the author on Goods and services
Tax have been published in various reputed journals and websites.