Category: GST

GST on Service Providers, Bloggers, Youtubers & Freelancers

GST is applicable in India from 1st July 2017 and it is also applicable to Bloggers, Youtubers, Service Providers and all other types of Freelancers and the rate of GST in such cases is 18%. There is no confusion regarding...

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How & When to raise a GST Invoice –Explaining all Practical Scenarios

A GST Invoice is one of the most important documents in any transaction as it evidences the supply of goods or services and also mentions all relevant details regarding such supplies. Moreover, the GST Invoice is also a major indicator...

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GST Input Tax Credit (ITC) – Explained with Examples

Input Tax Credit means claiming the credit of the GST paid on purchase of Goods and Services which are used for the furtherance of business. The Mechanism of Input Tax Credit is the backbone of GST and is one of...

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GST Reverse Charge – Explained with 7 Examples and Infographics

GST Reverse Charge Mechanism (RCM) basically means that the GST is to be paid and deposited with the Govt by the recipient of Goods/ Services and not by the supplier of Goods/ Services. Under the normal mechanism of levy of...

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What is Duty Credit Scrip, Benefits and How to Sell them?

A Duty Credit Scrip is a scrip which can be used for the payment of Customs Duty (were earlier allowed to be used for the payment of Service Tax & Excise as well.) These scrips are issued to both the...

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