Guides on GST Law & Rules
Generally, supplies made with consideration are taxable events under GST regime. However, there are supplies which are taxable even without consideration. Learn more about such supplies and their taxability in this comprehensive guide by earlyGST.
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When GST was introduced there were many speculations on how it impact the economy. However, the impact of GST on the Indian economy, thus far has been positive and is expected to continue to do so in the long term. Read this guide by earlyGST by H&R Block India to know more about the impact on various sectors.
GST ITC on stock provision can be claimed only by eligible taxpayers under GST granted that they fulfil certain conditions. This guide by earlyGST by H&R Block discusses the conditions and process of claiming ITC on stock transition.
The introduction of LUT and Bonds under GST, enables exporters to easily claim refunds rather than paying integrated tax and claiming the refund on the same. Read this guide by earlyGST by H&R Block India to know more.
RNR or Revenue neutral rate is the rate which ensures that the revenue is constant after implementation of different tax policies. This guide by earlyGST by H&R Block gives a brief idea about RNR, its computation and challenges involved.
Taxpayers registering under GST often get confused between GSTIN and GST UIN. Read this comprehensive guide by earlyGST to find out the difference between the two and which one should get while registering yourself.
Read this comprehensive guide by earlyGST to find out the transition provisions for goods in transit and how you can claim input tax credit for them.
A composite supply consists of two or more supplies of goods or services supplied together. The purpose of this guide by earlyGST by H&R Block is to make you understand the concept of composite supply and mixed supply along with taxability.
Casual taxable person is the one who has no fixed place of business and undertakes transaction occasionally related to supply of goods and/or services. In this comprehensive guide by earlyGST by H&R Block India, casual taxable person is discussed in detail.