Goods & Services Tax eBook by CA Pritam Mahure (5th Edition) | IRIS

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  • GST related key draft legal provisions, reports and articles
  • How Budget 2017 takes us closer to the GST regime
  • GST discussion in the latest Economic Survey 2016-17
  • Revised Model CGST /SGST Laws and IGST Act
  • GST Compensation Cess Act
  • GST Rules for Registration, Payment, Returns, Refund and Invoices

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GOODS & SERVICES TAX IN INDIA BY CA PRITAM MAHURE (5th Edition)

A comprehensive eBook on everything you need to know about the GST and its impact on your business.

CA Pritam Mahure is an Indirect Tax and GST expert. He is also an author, having authored books on Service Tax and one on GST - Supply Chain Perspective for the Confederation of Indian Industry. As a trainer, he has conducted numerous lectures/training sessions on Goods and Service Tax, Excise and Service Tax for Government officers (Central Excise and Service Tax Department, DGST etc.), CII, Deccan Chamber of Commerce (DCCIA), ICAI among others.

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Analysis of various aspects of GST: What, When, How?

14

Model Central GST/State GST Act, 2016

46

Integrated Goods And Services Tax Act, 2016

297

Goods And Services Tax- Compensation Law, 2016

336

Various Rules for Goods & Services Tax

348

Draft Goods and Service Tax – Invoice Rules, 2016

348

Draft Goods and Service Tax – Payment Rules, 2016

355

Draft Goods and Service Tax – Refund Rules, 2016

360

Draft Goods and Service Tax – Registration Rules, 2016

368

Draft Goods and Service Tax – Return Rules, 2016

383

Other Articles on GST

399

Videos by the author on GST

401

Basics- Indirect Taxes

402

Existing Indirect Tax System in India

404

Indirect Tax Implications on Various Transactions

408

Indirect Tax inefficiencies in the current indirect tax regime

411

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