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GST registration in Patna Bihar

Sujata Associates +91 943 290 9772

Sujata Associates
Address  : Patna Bihar
City  : Patna Bihar
Mobile Number  : +91 943 290 9772

Description  :  Goods And Services Tax OR GST
Goods and Services Tax (GST) is an indirect tax throughout India to replace taxes levied by the central and state governments. It was introduced as The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty Second Amendment) Act 2017, following the passage of Constitution 122nd Amendment Bill.
The GST is basically an indirect tax that’s brings most of the taxes imposed on goods and services  , on manufacture  , sale , and the final consumption of goods and services under a single domain at the national level . In the current situation taxes are levied separately on goods and services . The GST is based on a uniform rate of tax fixed for both goods and services and it is payable only  at the time of consumption. During the  each stage of purchase and sale process  in the supply chain, the  tax is collected on value-added goods and services, through a tax credit mechanism. 
Pros  of GST –
The introduction of GST  Plan in the emerging environment of the  Indian Economy  is very beneficial to the public in general through a number of  ways which are as follows –  

  • Simplicity - There is no doubt that process of production and distribution of goods and  services are increasingly used or consumed and vice versa. Separate taxes for goods and services, which is the present taxation system, requires a complex  division of transaction values into value of goods and services for taxation, leading to greater complications, administration, including compliances costs. In the GST system, when all the taxes are incorporated, it would make possible the taxation burden to be split equitably between manufacturing and services.
  • Lesser Burden - GST will be levied only at the final destination of consumption based on VAT principle and not at various points (from manufacturing to retail outlets). This will help in removing economic distortions and bring about development of a common national market.
  • Corruption – Free - It will also help to build a transparent and corruption-free tax administration. Presently, a tax is levied on when a finished product moves out from a factory, which is paid by the manufacturer, and it is again levied at the retail outlet when sold.
  • Benefits Of The GST Bill Received By the Center And States 

According to expert economists ,  by implementing the GST Bill the Indian economy will gain  approximately  $ 15 billion a year , this is because the Indian Government will be able to promote its export , create more employment opportunities ,  and boost the  growth rate of the Indian Economy. It will help to divide the burden of taxation between manufacturing  and services .

  • Benefits Of The GST Bill Received By the Individuals And Compaines

In the GST system, taxes for both Centre and State will be collected at the point of sale. Both will be charged on the manufacturing cost. Individuals will be benefited by this as prices are likely to come down and lower prices mean more consumption, and more consumption means more production, thereby helping in the growth of the companies.
Cons of GST Plan – The Introduction of the GST system in the Indian Economy may also create many unfavorable situations in the Indian economy which are as follows –

  • High Rate Of Tax Burden for Manufacturing SMEs - Small businesses in the manufacturing sector will bear most of the brunt of GST implementation. Under the existing excise laws, only manufacturing business with a turnover more than Rs. 1.50 crores have to pay excise duty. However, under GST the turnover limit has been reduced to Rs. 20 lakh thus increasing the tax burden for many manufacturing SMEs .
  •  Alteration  in Business Software - Most businesses use accounting software or ERPs for filing tax returns which have excise, VAT, and service tax already incorporated in them. The change to GST will require them to change their ERPs, too, leading to increased costs of purchasing new software and training employees.

Enhanced  taxes will increase the prices - Currently, some sectors like the textile industry are exempted from taxes or pay low tax. GST has only 4 proposed tax rates of 5%,12%,18%, 28%. Thus, for many sectors the tax burden will increase which in turn will increase the price of the final goods.

  • Harms faced by E-Commerce - Nowadays, many SMEs operate through their own online shopping websites or through third party websites to sell to different parts of India. Under GST, they will be required to register for all the states. Not only that, they will not be eligible for composition scheme and will be required to pay taxes like any large organization. E-commerce facilitators are now required to collect TCS under GST which will lead to increased complications and compliances.
  • Unavailability of  Composition Scheme for Every Business – Composition scheme is available for only businesses selling goods. It is not available to service providers or for online sellers. This sets SMEs at par with large organizations in an unfair move.


Change is definitely never easy. It is important to take a leaf from global economies that implemented GST and overcame the teething troubles to experience the advantages of having a unified tax system, easy input credits, and reduced compliances. Once GST is implemented, most of the current challenges of this move will be a story of the past. India will become a single market where goods can move freely and there will lesser compliances to deal with for businesses. All the shortcomings of the present taxation regime lead us to develop a new system of Taxation for the ease of doing business and for the seamless flow of credit across the whole supply chain. If we have been following some system that is now obsolete for years, it does not means that we need to continue with it in the fore coming years as well There is a criticism today that the proposed model of GST is fractured due to the compromises. But the compromised model in any case would be better than no model at all. Also the bitter truth is that a compromise often becomes necessary in Federal democracies.
The dual model will be like a joint venture between centre and the 29+ states. In order to make this joint venture successful, one has to take all the states on the board with the compromise this entails. Some states might lose revenue after introduction of GST but you cannot hold entire country hostage because of one or two such states. One should keep in mind that an ideally perfect GST has never been practised in any federal democracy.
Every expert was once a beginner. No full proof can be developed in a single stroke. Over the years things may come out to be very positive and it’s quite possible that the estimate of 1-2% rise in GDP might be too low.









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