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GST INDIA

Goods and Services Tax in India

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GST INDIA

  1. 1. GST (Goods and Services Tax) Biggest Tax Reform Since Independence….. Swapnil W Borekar MBA ++ Department Of Management Sci. (PUMBA)
  2. 2. GST ‘G’ – Goods ‘S’ – Services ‘T’ – Tax  Goods and Service Tax (GST) is a comprehensive tax levy on manufacture, sale and consumption of goods and service at a national level.  GST is a tax on goods and services with value addition at each stage.  GST will include many state and central level indirect taxes  It overcomes drawback present tax system
  3. 3. Tax Structure in India  Direct Tax : Incident and Impact at same point e.g.: Income Tax, Corporate Tax, Wealth Tax  Indirect Tax : Incident Impact are at different point. e.g.: Excise duty, custom duty, Service Tax, Octrai Tax, VAT, CENVAT.
  4. 4. Method Of Taxation  Progressive Tax : Increasing rate of tax for Increasing Value or Volume.  Regressive Tax : Decreasing rate tax for Increasing Value or Volume  Proportional Tax : Fixed rate of tax for every level of income or production
  5. 5. Short comings in current Tax System  Tax Cascading (Tax on Tax)  Complexity  Taxation at Manufacturing Level  Exclusion of Services  Tax Evasion  Corruption
  6. 6. Cascading Effect of Present Tax system
  7. 7. Reform In Tax System
  8. 8. VAT (Value Added Tax)  Implemented in April-1/2005  It is replacement to complex Sales Tax  It overcomes a Cascading Effect of Tax  It applied on “ Value Added Portion “ in sales price
  9. 9. Illustration of VAT • In the previous example, ‘value added’ by B is only Rs.50 (150–100) • tax on producer B would be only Rs.5 (i.e., 10 % of Rs. 50) while • the tax paid in previous system was Rs. 15 (10 % of Rs. 150). • In Old Tax System Consumer has to pay Rs 220 • In VAT system Consumer Actually Paid Rs 205
  10. 10. Problems with VAT  A major problem with VAT is the way it taxes inputs and outputs.  Input are taxed at 4 percent and outputs at 12.5 percent  Some goods are included in both CENVAT and VAT  It is not uniform in nature  VAT is different for different States  number of exemptions for some sensitive  different rates of taxation for different goods
  11. 11. What is GST  GST is a comprehensive value added tax on goods and services  It is collected on value added at each stage of sale or purchase in the supply chain  No differentiation between Goods and Services as GST is levied at each stage in the supply chain  Seamless input tax credit throughout the supply chain  At all stages of production and distribution, taxes are a pass through and tax is borne by the final consumer  All sectors are taxed with very few exceptions / exemptions
  12. 12. History  Feb, 2006 : First time introduced concept of GST and announced the date of its implementation in 2010  Jan. 2007: First GST study by ASSOCHAM released by Dr. Shome  Feb. 2007: F.M. Announced introduction of GST from 1 April 2010 in Budget  The Government came out with a First Discussion Paper on GST in November, 2009  Introduced the 115th Constitution Amendment (GST) Bill in the year 2011.
  13. 13. Model Of GST GST Structure centre GST GST to be levied by the Centre State GST GST to be levied by the Dual GST GST to be levied by the Centre and the States concurrently
  14. 14. Proposed GST Rate Items Total GST rates (in %) Centre State Goods 20 12 8 Services 16 8 8 Essential Goods 12 6 6 Presently it is (26.5 % , CENVAT-14 % and State VAT 12.5% )
  15. 15. Taxes proposed to be subsumed in GST Central Taxes  Excise Duty  Additional Excise duty  Excise duty under medicinal and toilet preparation Act  Service Tax  Additional Custom duty commonly known as countervailing duty (CVD), special additional duty( SAD)  Surcharge  CENVAT
  16. 16. Taxes proposed to be subsumed in GST State Taxes  Value added tax (VAT)  Entertainment tax levied by states  Luxury Tax  Tax on Lottery, betting and gambling  Entry tax other than for local bodies (Octroi)
  17. 17. Product Excluded from GST  Petroleum Product  Alcohol  Tobacco Product  Purchase Tax  Zero Rating For Exports
  18. 18. Illustration Of GST Product A VAT System GST System Base Price 100 100 + 12% Excise duty 12 NA +12.5% VAT 14 NA State GST NA 8 centre GST NA 12 Total Tax Burden 26 20 Value Of Product to Consumer 126 120
  19. 19. Benefits of GST  Transparent Tax System  Uniform Tax system Across India  Reduce Tax Evasion  Export will more competitive
  20. 20. Hurdles in Implementation  Dispute between centre and Tax over Tax Sharing  Highly sophisticated IT infrastructure required .  Issue of taxing financial services and e-commerce is to be appropriately addressed and integrated.  Political Imbalace
  21. 21. GST Global Scenario  More than 140 countries have already introduced GST/National VAT.  France was the first country to introduce GST system in 1954.  Typically it is a single rate system but two/three rate systems are also prevalent. Canada and Brazil alone have a dual VAT.  Standard GST rate in most countries ranges between 15-20%.
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