Goods and Services Tax (GST) A Revolutionary Reform Towards Destination Tax A Fillip to Make in India One Nation, One Tax Uniformity In Tax Regime Cooperative federalism Ease of Doing Business By Prashansa Pratik
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Target Audience UPSC CSE aspirants (with focus on Prelims) SSC aspirants, other government exams, bank exams Those who wish to understand GST and know all about this historic tax reform
Objectives To understand Goods and Services Tax comprehensively. To integrate all provisions related to GST at one place, so that students can quickly revise before examination. To help aspirants of UPSC CSE and other government exams, secure better marks in Prelims examinations.
Contents Introduction: What is GST Key Input Tax Credit Mechanism Reverse Charge Mechanism GSTN: The IT enabler of GST Anti-profiteering measure Benefits/Challenges of GST Features of GST Constitutional Provisions related to GST GST Council Composition Scheme
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