Hey! Are you looking for GST Book? You may get your copy of latest amended and updated eBook on GST Act 2017 at reasonable price or free of cost. I am pleased to inform you that my September 2017 edition of eBook on the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Act, 2017 has now been available for pre-booking.
This e-Book on GST Act, 2017 has been prepared for the benefit of Students and Professionals. It is based on the Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Act, 2017, the State Goods and Services Tax (SGST) Act 2017, the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax (UTGST) Act 2017 and the Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) Act 2017, the Central Goods and Services Tax Rules, 2017, Orders, Circulars and Notifications as notified by the Ministry of Finance.
I prepared this E-Book for the help of students and professionals who may access it as per their convenience while working on the desk or on the move through their computer, laptop, tablet, iPad and mobile etc. Accordingly, this eBook is available in PDF as well as Kindle format.
I am very confident that this E-Book would be of immense help to CA/CS/CMA students in preparing for their coming exams and Chartered Accountants, Cost Accountants and Company Secretaries in carrying out their professional assignments.
Buy eBook on GST Act 2017 at Fixed Price
You have to pay fixed price of ₹299 for getting your copy of eBook on GST Act, 2017. However, if you have purchased our earlier edition of this digital book, then you shall get new copy of eBook on GST Act 2017 at ₹199 only.
Recommended: You may also like our eBook on the Companies Act, 2013.
Thus, you have to pay following amount to get your copy of eBook on GST Act 2017:
- New Customer: ₹299 [Coming Soon]
- Existing Customer: ₹199 [Not Yet Applicable]
GST Act 2017 (Make it Simple) by AUBSP September 2017 Edition
(Last chance to pre-order @ ₹249 on or before 25th Sept 2017)
You may order your eBook on GST Act 2017 right now before it’s releasing date i.e. 26th September 2017.
Note: After successfully order of this digital book, your copy of eBook on GST Act shall be delivered in your email directly on or before 26th September 2017.
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) has simplified indirect tax in India. The current indirect tax structure comprises of so many different taxes levied by the Central Government (Central Excise duty, Additional duties of excise, Additional duties of customs, Service Tax) and taxes levied by the various State Governments (State VAT / Sales Tax, Central Sales Tax, Purchase Tax, Entertainment Tax, Luxury Tax, Entry Tax, Taxes on lottery, betting & gambling) but now these all indirect taxes has been unified as GST across the country on Goods and Services. However, Basic Customs Duty, Export Duty, Toll Tax, Road and Passenger Tax, Electricity Duty, Stamp Duty and Property Tax has not been subsumed in GST.
There are mainly two types of GST viz. Central GST and State GST. For transaction within a State, there are two components of GST Central GST (CGST) and State GST (SGST) being levied on the value of goods and services. In case of inter-state transactions, the Centre would levy and collect the Integrated GST (IGST). The IGST would roughly be equal to CGST plus SGST.
Central Government levied CGST for intra-State supply and IGST for inter-State supply. State Governments including Union Territories with legislatures levied SGST or Union territories without legislatures levied UTGST for intra-State supply.
All four Bills related to GST i.e. Central GST Bill, Integrated GST Bill, GST (Compensation to States) Bill, and Union Territory GST Bill 2017 were passed in Lok Sabha on Wednesday, March 29, 2017. After having obtained the assent of the President of India on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, it has now become the Central Goods and Services Tax Act i.e. CGST Act 2017, the State Goods and Services Tax Act i.e. SGST Act 2017, the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act i.e. UTGST Act 2017 and the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act i.e. IGST Act 2017.