GST Registration - One Nation one Tax

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A Guide to GST by Copyright © 2017 Enterslice ITeS Private Limited. Share Alike. Attribution Required. GST READY IN INDIA Indias Top 25 Consultant Lets ready for GST from 1 st July 2017

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Taxes in India Indirect Taxes Center State Direct Taxes Income Tax VAT Entry Tax Octroi Luxury Tax Service Tax Excise Duty CST Custom REPLACED BY GST Taxes in India

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5 Massconsumption items like Spices and Mustard oil Sugar tea Multi-Tiered System – GST rate on Goods 0 50 of the consumer price basket including Food grains milk vegitable 12 Processed Food 18 Soaps Oil Toothpaste Refrigerator Smartphone 28 White Goods Cars 28 Luxury Cars Pan Masala Tobacco Aerated Drinks

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5 All type of Transport services Taxi / Cab GST Rate on services 0 Agriculture Govt. Semi govt NGO with 12AA Certificate Emergency services value hotel with Daily rent less Rs. 1K 12 Airlines Chit fund IPR Royalty / IPR Construction 18 Consulting services mid-hotel Exhibition and catering. Composite supply under work contract 28 Premium hotel and other services

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GST EXEMPET LIST TAX FREE ITEMS GST EXEMPETED LIST GST Council to work out exempted list of items Key food items Export of services to be kept out of tax net Those items that do not face VAT/Service tax may be kept out Some items that do not attract excise duty also to go tax free Relief for general public PROBABELY TAX FREE ITEMS Bread Milk Curd Salt fresh veggies and fruits to go tax free Birndi Sindoor Prasad sold at temples Human blood contraceptives Primary Healthcare Education

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GST Models Three Prime Models Central GST State GST Dual GST GST to be levied by the Centre GST to be levied by the States GST to be levied by the Centre and Stated

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New Tax Heading under GST CGST §- Central Excise §- Service Tax §- SAD §- CVD §- AED §- Surcharge and Cess SGST - VAT/Sales Tax - Entry Tax - Tax on Lottery etc - Surcharge and Cess - Purchase Tax - Entertainment Tax - Luxury Tax IGST - Central State Tax

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System of Levying GST Present Indirect Taxes GST Type Goods/Services produced and consumed in same State Inter-state consumption of Goods/Services Exported Goods/Services Imported Goods/Services Excise Duty Central GST CGST + SGST Rate levied In targeted GST levied Now dropped GST not applicable Cannot export taxes CGST +SGST Rate Ievied Service Tax Customs Duties Central Sales Tax State Sales Tax State GST Entertainment Tax State VAT Professional Tax

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GST Rules 1. Accounts Records Rules 3 Rules 2. Advance Ruling 5 Rules 3. Appeals and Revision 8 Rules 4. Assessment and Audit 5 Rules 5. Electronic Way Bill 5 Rules 6. Composition Rules 5 Rules 7. Determination of Value of Supply Rules 8 Rules 8. Transitional Provisions Rules 4 Rules 9. Input Tax Credit Rules 10 Rules 10. Tax Invoice Credit Debit Notes Rules 8 Rules 11. Payment of Tax Rules 4 Rules 12. Refund Rules 8 Rules 13. Registration Rules 18 Rules 14. Returns Rules 25 Rules

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GST Transitional credits 1. Taxpayer will credit against stock as on 30/06/17 2. Need to submit declaration by 30/09/17 3. For intra-state sale of goods which is non-excisable goods- ITC under GST shall be allowed Max 60 of GST Rate 4. For inter- state sale of goods which is non-excisable goods- ITC under GST shall be allowed max 30 of GST Rate 5. Credit on opening stock shall be only allowed if goods lying as on 30/06/17 is sold with 180 days. 6. Any receipt of VAT Excisable goods in the month of july-17 full ITC under GST shall be allowed 7. In Case Taxpayer will return the goods within 180 days from the date of purchase he will get 100 ITC under new rule subject certain restriction under the GST laws.

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Registration Number State Code PAN Entity Code Blank Check Digit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ü The taxpayer will be allotted a State wise PAN based 15 digit Goods and/or Services Taxpayer unique Identification Number GSTIN. ü The digits in the GSTIN will denote the following

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Multiple Registrations within the same State ü The GST model laws allows multiple registrations within one State for different business verticals like Garment and food business in one state. Few condition have been imposed- ü ITC across the business verticals of such taxable persons shall not be allowed unless the goods and / or services are actually supplied across the verticals. ü For the recovery of dues all business verticals with one PAN though separately registered will be considered as a single legal entity.

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Checklist to make your business GST ready ü Define your Goods / Services in HSN / SAC and fix GST rate in your billing system ü Understand your business process in GST scenario and classify which Business transactions are goods and services ü Classify your Business transactions under goods and services and place of provisions ü Need to Define the change in business in stages of pre during and post manufacturing process Define logistic model Branch and Warehouse ü Re-define your sales policy amend contracts Return terms and discount policy. ü Need Review your Vendors nature of goods place of supply contractual terms Obtain GSTIN No with HSN / SAC for each product item ü Pricing Strategy with product and services

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Intra State - Invoice Invoice – Intra State –Under Present Law Particulars Amount Value of Supply of Goods 200000 Add: Excise say 15 30000 Sub Total 230000 Add: VAT say 15 Caution: Cascading Effect 34500 Total 264500 Invoice –Intra State –under GST Law Particulars Amount Value of Supply of Goods 200000 Add: CGST say 15 15000 Add: SGST say 15 15000 Total 260000

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Intra State - Invoice Invoice –Inter State – under GST Law Particulars Amount Value of Supply of Goods 200000 Add: IGST say 28 56000 Total 260000 Invoice – Intra State–Under Present Law Particulars Amount Value of Supply of Services 100000 Add: SGST say 18 18000 Total 118000

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Intra State - Invoice Invoice –Intra State –under GST Law Particulars Amount Value of Supply of Services 100000 Add: CGST say 8 7000 Add: SGST say 7 7000 Total 115000 Invoice –Inter State –under GST Law Particulars Amount Value of Supply of Services 100000 Add: IGST say 15 15000 Total 115000

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Exemption Limit for Small Scale Business under Goods and Service Tax GST The Goods Services Tax GST Council has decided that businesses in the North-eastern and hill states with annual turnover below Rs.10 lakh would be out of the GST net while the threshold for the exemption in the rest of India would be an annual turnover of Rs.20 lakh.

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The company was incorporated on March 28 2013 as a non-government private limited company Itwill have a self-sustaining revenue model where GSTN will be able to levy user charges on taxpayers and tax authorities for availing its services It is an exclusive national agency responsible for delivering integrated indirect tax-related services involving multiple tax authorities A GST Council has been formed by the Finance ministry in order to establish common filing platform for thcommunity Good and Services Tax Network GSTN

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Composition Levy GST - Goods and Service Tax - 1 to 3 without ITC for turnover less than 75Lac in FY

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Composition scheme under GST Act • Reduced Tax Liability 1 to 5 • Reduced Compliances only 4 return in a year instead 37 in normal scheme • Increases Liquidity – Need to pay taxes on quarterly basis • No Input Tax Credit • No Tax Invoices • High Penalty • Only Intra-state trading • Not for E-commerce / App driven business operator • Turnover limit In Financial year Rs. 75 Lac • Claim of TDS is allowed

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Good and Services Tax Network GSTN WHAT GSTN NEEDS TO BUILD Registration Return Filing Tax Payment IGST Settlement M IS/81/Dashboards Dealer Information Ledger Helpdesk/Call Centre WHAT STATES NEED TO DEVELOP/MODIFY Assessment Refund Recovery Appeal Investigation Survey / Enforcement MIS/Analytics NSG Strategic Investment Corporation HDFC ICICI Bank LIC Housing Finance HDFC Bank Union Govt State Govt Along with empowered group of state finance ministry 24.5 GSTN SHAREHOLDING 24.5 10 10 10 10 10

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Tax Tax e-Tax Liability Lager As all we Know Form 26AS in TDS Credit which shows the tax credit statement of the Assesse in pan login in same in the proposed GST regime e-Tax Ledger is prescribed to contain information on tax credit received from counter party GST and tax liabilitybasedonreturnsfilledbythetaxableperson In GST regime the "Deposit" of the tax interest penalty can be made by the following modes Net banking Credit / Debit Card NEFT National Electronics fund transfer RTGS Real Time Gross Settlement E-Cash Ledger GST Tax Ledger e- Tax Liability L edger | e-Credit ledger

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The Electronic Cash Ledger Deposit of Interest Tax Penalty Fee or any other amount by a taxablepersoncanbemadebythefollowingmodes: a. InternetBanking b. Credit/DebitCards c. NationalElectronicFundsTransfer- NEFT d. RealTimeGrossSettlement–RTGS e. Anyothermodeasmaybeprescribed– Challanpayment inBanks

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GST Tax Ledger e- Tax Liability L edger | e-Credit ledger E-Credit Ledger Input Tax Credit ITC on purchases shall be credited to e-Credit Leger as per GST return filed by the counter party. The e-Credit Ledger includes: - ITC on inward purchases from Registered Tax Payers - ITC on closing stock as on 30 st June 2017 E-Liability Ledger This ledger is required to be maintained electronically for all GST Liabilities viz: - Liability based on self-assessment of GST returns by 10 th and 15 th of the Month - Any In form of Liability out of demand notice for GST authorities - Credit utilized against the available amounts in the e-cash ledger or e- credit leger

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E-Cash Ledger E-Credit Ledger and E-Liability Ledger are unique featuresofproposedGSTregime. The entire tax payment and taxcredit system predicted to be updated on real-time basis in GST Network. Form-26AS reconciliation with income figures is now universally accepted by Assessees and statutory authorities. Similarly in the days to come GST E-Leedger reconciliation with Forms 26AS will be the prima-facie exercise for all compliances. FAQs • CPIN stands for Common portal Identification NumberCPIN given at the time of generation ofGST challan. It is a I4 digit unique number to identify the challan.CPINvalid only for I5days. • CINstandsforChallanIdentification Number.Itisa I7 digit numberthat is I4-digit CPIN plus 3-digit Bank COde. CIN is generated by the authorized bank/Reserve Bank of India RBI when payment is actually recieved by such authorized bank or RBI and credited in the relevant government account held with them. It is an indication that the payment hasbeenrealized and creditedto the appropriate government account. CIN is communicated by the authorized bank to taxpayer as wellastoGSTN. • E-FPB stands for Electronic Focal Point Branch. These are branches of authorized bank which are authorized to collect payment of GST. Each authorized bank will nominate only one branch as its E-FPB will have to open accounts under each major head for all governments. Total38 accountsone each for CGST IGST and one each for SGST for each State/UT Govt.willhaveto be opened.Anyamount received bysuchE- FPB towards GST will be credited to the appropriate account held by such E-FPB.For NEFT/RTGSTransactionsRBIwill actasE-FPB.

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GST Return Filling Forms in from GSTR-1 to 8

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37 GST Returns GST Tax payer Normal Rates GSTR 1 Outward Supply 10th of Next Month GSTR 2 Inward Supply 15th of Next Month GSTR 3 Monthly Return 20th of Next Month GSTR 8 Annual Return 31st Dec of Next FY

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5 GST Returns GST Tax payer Compounding Rates GSTR 4 Quarterly Return 18th of Next Month to Quarterly GSTR 8 Inward Supply 31st Dec of Next FY

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Input Tax Output Tax In the order of Preference IGST IGST CGST SGST CGST CGST IGST SGST IGST SGST Utilization of ITC Cross Utilization

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Every person liable to pay GST shall be rated and will be assigned a GST compliance rating score The rating would be based on his compliance with the provisions of CGSTSGSTIGST The details of parameter methodologywouldbeprescribed The compliance rating score will be updated periodically and will be intimatedasfollows: - Tothe taxable person - Willbe placed in the public domain 02 04 01 03 Compliance Rating

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Registration Eligibility The following persons shall have to register irrespective of the turnover • Person making any inter-state taxable supply i.e. selling outside the state • Casual Taxable person • Person who required to pay under Reverse Charge • Non-resident taxable person • A person required to deduct tax e.g. e-commerce business – marketplace. • The person supplying goods or services or both as an agent of any other person. • Input Service Distributor • A person who supplies goods or services through e-commerce. • Every e-commerce operator • An aggregator who supplies services under his brand name

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Anti-Profiteering measure ü In order to prevent any rise in price of commodities after goods and service tax GST implementation the Centre has proposed an ‘anti-profiteering’ measure to ensure that tradeand industrypassthebenefitsofreductionintax ratestoconsumers. ü As per Model GST Law the central government will constitute an authority or entrust the task to an existing authority to examine that the input taxcreditsor reduction in tax rates are passed byregisteredtaxpayerstoconsumers. ü Tax evasionuptoRs2croreabailableoffence

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Pricing Analysis Under GST most of the indirect taxes are subsumed ü IGST: ITC shall be seamlessly available and hence some taxes like entry tax LBT CST etc. which were hitherto costs shall be eliminated ü ITC Reversal: Even certain credit reversals currently prevalent under state VAT will be removed and thus cost to that extent will go down ü Price Change: When GST comes inforce Price revision cannot be done all of a sudden

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GST Training All the employees of the organization shall undergo extensive training in GST so that its implications as well as documentation can be well understood and taken care of Training should encompass all the facets of the GST so that empowered employeescan take appropriate and correct decisions with the help of professionals when they face any challenge

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GST Training All the employees of the organization shall undergo extensive training in GST so that its implications as well as documentation can be well understood and taken care of Training should encompass all the facets of the GST so that empowered employeescan take appropriate and correct decisions with the help of professionals when they face any challenge

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Transition Issues ü Migration of existing tax payers to GST ü Amount of CENVAT Credit carried forward in a return to be allowed as ITC ü Unveiled CENVAT credit on Capital Goods ü Pending Refund Claims ü Credit on Stock ü Switching from regular to Composition scheme ü Any many more

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GST Council Recommendation a The taxes all type of cess and surcharges to be subsumed under GST b The goods and services that may be subjected to or exempted from the GST c The date from which the specified petroleum products would be subject to GST d Model GST laws principles of levy apportionment of IGST and the principles that govern the place of supply e The threshold limit of turnover below which the goods and services may be exempted from GST f The rates including floor rates with bands of GST g Any special rate or rates for a specified period to raise additional resources during any natural calamity or disaster and h Special provision with respect to the North-East States JK Himachal Pradesh and Uttarkhand

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Centre 1/3 VOTE IN COUNCIL States 2/3 WEIGHT IN COUNCEL VOTING STRENGTH GST COUNCIL Chairperson UNION FINANCE MINISTER Other Member from Centre MINISTER OF STATE FOR FINANCE Vice-chairperson ONE OF THE STATE FINANCE MINISTERS Members STSTE FINANCE MINISTERS DECISION NEEDS 75 VOTE SUPPORT

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Job Work ü Section 43A ü Registered Taxable Person to Job Worker No GST ü Job Worker to get registered ü Turnover will be included in principal goods supplied ü Job Worker to Customer possible ü ITC – section 16A ü 1 year / 3 years if not received back / billed then the ITC amount has to be paid along with interest ü Exempted Goods/Non-Taxable Goods JW provision not applicable

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E-Commerce E-Commerce Operator E-Commerce Aggregator E Registration of GST Tax Collection at Source TCS Matching in E-Commerce transactions Discrepancy will be communicated E-return

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Impact Analysis Impact Analysis with respect to Rate of Tax must be done when the rates are finalized by GST Council This is important because the rate of taxes under GST will be different is bound to be different from the existing rates and hence it shall have tremendous impact on the prices of the product or services ü GST shall have a transformational impact on the Industry As GST is levied on Supply as opposed to Excise which is levied on manufacture and VAT which is levied on Sales it fundamentally alters the way of doing business ü GST shall make India a common market thus decisions like setting up warehouses and supply chain management shall be revisited even decision of setting up new units shall consider the impact of GST

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GST – The Conclusion ü The target date for introduction of GST is 1st JULY 2017. ü Introduction of this transformational tax reform is expected to broaden the tax base increase tax compliance and reduce economic distortions caused by inter-State variations in taxes. ü GST will boost economic activity and will benefit everyone. ü It will streamline the tax administration avoid harassment of the business and result in higher revenue collection for the Centre and States. ü Compliance costs for the industry will go down. ü Last but not the least it will create more jobs. ü In sum it would be a win-win situation for everyone i.e. taxpayers governments consumers etc.

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GST – The Conclusion ü The target date for introduction of GST is 1st JULY 2017. ü Introduction of this transformational tax reform is expected to broaden the tax base increase tax compliance and reduce economic distortions caused by inter-State variations in taxes. ü GST will boost economic activity and will benefit everyone. ü It will streamline the tax administration avoid harassment of the business and result in higher revenue collection for the Centre and States. ü Compliance costs for the industry will go down. ü Last but not the least it will create more jobs. ü In sum it would be a win-win situation for everyone i.e. taxpayers governments consumers etc.

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What is Enterslice Role in GST ü Business model and process definition so that your business will be GST Compliant ü Effective navigation through transitional and cut off issues like pre-GST credit and pre-GST stock of goods ü Review of of tax compliance software Business contracts tax manuals statutory records templates calendars of the complianceand training of your Finance team ü Discussion with Senior management on execution of GST ü GST impact Analysis and the route for future for specified groups like sales supply chain ITC e.t.c. and locations like head office depots and factory etc.

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