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Impact of GST on SME in india

Impact of GST on SME in India


With the implementation of Goods & Services Tax (GST), multiple VAT registrations are no longer required in India. The standardized single registration procedure required under GST improves ease of starting and doing business in India.SMEs enjoy certain tax advantages under GST. This gives them some relief considering their competition with much bigger firms.

Entrepreneurs, who were hesitant to start a business due to the complications involved in operations, can now rethink and establish SMEs considering the benefits that small firms receive under GST. Read more “Impact of GST on SME in India”

GST Benefits

Benefits of GST in India


Goods & Service Tax (GST) has been implemented in India since July 2017. Procedure for GST registration is centralised and standardised similarly to service tax registration.

Businesses no longer need to obtain multiple VAT registration. A single GST registration is applicable across India. The standardised registration procedure improves ease of starting a new business in India.

GST has enabled a transitional shift from a complicated, multi-layered indirect taxation system to a single unified indirect taxation system which offers India the much-needed trade boost.

Some of the benefits of GST in India are given below. Read more “Benefits of GST in India”

GST Registration And How To Register For GST

Who Needs GST Registration And How To Register For…


A taxable person, as per GST law, is a person who engages in economic activity such as trade and commerce and fulfils the criteria that require a person to obtain GST registration. The term ‘person’ refers to an individual, HUF, company, firm, LLP, AOP/BOI, corporation, the government company, body corporate incorporated under laws of a foreign country, co-operative society, local authority, government, trust or/and artificial juridical person.

Who needs GST registration? Read more “Who Needs GST Registration And How To Register For GST”

GST Training Courses

GST Tally Accounting Courses And Opportunities For Commerce Graduates


With the implementation of GST from 1st of July 2018, there is a huge requirement for millions of small traders and businesses in our State of Kerala to become GST compliant.

As we go forward, a majority of business people will need to hire GST trained personnel to submit their Returns every month. The present availability of people who can do this job is very minimal or these talents are very expensive for small businessmen.

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GST for startups

Setting Up New Business In India Has Become Ease…


The government of India has been taking necessary steps to make it easier for foreign investors/NRIs to do business in India. Implementation of GST on startups has reduced trade cost, tax problems, transaction time, regulatory compliance expenses, and increased effectiveness of exports, control of leakage and efficiency in revenue generation. This has increased the confidence of investors. Improvement in the nation’s taxation structure has brought it on the same level as some of the best economies in the world. India’s position in the ease to do business is increasing. As a result, it is becoming more attractive as a good investment destination. Read more “Setting Up New Business In India Has Become Ease With The Implementation Of GST”

GST Updates

GST On Under Construction And Ready-To-Move-In Buildings


GST on property is applicable in the case of construction of a complex, building, civil structure or a part of such structure since it is a supply of service. This includes a complex or building (whole or part) under construction and intended for sale to a buyer.

GST on property is not applicable if the sale takes place either after the building is completed and Completion Certificate has been received or after the first occupation. This is because the sale of the building is not considered as a supply of goods or supply of services as per CGST Act, 2017.

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GST Updates

E-Way Bill System To Be Implemented By 1 June…


Generation of an Electronic Waybill or E-Way Bill is required for Inter-State and Intra-State transportation of goods worth more than Rs 50,000.  This is applicable to Goods and Services Tax (GST) rules.

At present, States are authorized to use separate E-Way Bill systems since a national E-Way Bill system hasn’t been implemented yet.  Traders and transporters have expressed that this is causing difficulty in Inter-State movement of goods. Read more “E-Way Bill System To Be Implemented By 1 June 2018 Across The Nation”

Job Opportunities

GST Accounting Training Courses For CA, CMA & CS

Our country has crossed a significant milestone with the implementation of GST on 1st of July, 2017.  Opportunities are massive and on a PAN India basis for professionals like Chartered Accountants (CA), Cost & Management Accountant (CMA) and Company Secretary (CS).  Introduction of VAT in GCC countries from January 2018 is expected to further open up demand on an international level.

Keeping the above in mind, Pearl CA College offers the following GST accounting training courses

  • GST specialized crash courses intended for CA, CMA, and CS to enable them to be GST experts
  • Exam oriented crash courses for persons who wish to complete their CA, CMA & CS (Intermediate & Final) so they can establish their career as professionals in the field and take advantage of the expected increasing demand for such professionals.

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