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o   Easy compliance: A robust and comprehensive IT system would be the foundation of the GST regime in India. Therefore, all tax payer services such as registrations, returns, payments, etc. would be available to the taxpayers online, which would make compliance easy and transparent.

o   Uniformity of tax rates and structures: GST will ensure that indirect tax rates and structures are common across the country, thereby increasing certainty and ease of doing business. In other words, GST would make doing business in the country tax neutral, irrespective of the choice of place of doing business.

o   Removal of cascading: A system of seamless tax-credits throughout the value-chain, and across boundaries of States, would ensure that there is minimal cascading of taxes. This would reduce hidden costs of doing business.

o   Improved competitiveness: Reduction in transaction costs of doing business would eventually lead to an improved competitiveness for the trade and industry.

o   Gain to manufacturers and exporters: The subsuming of major Central and State taxes in GST, complete and comprehensive set-off of input goods and services and phasing out of Central Sales Tax (CST) would reduce the cost of locally manufactured goods and services. This will increase the competitiveness of Indian goods and services in the international market and give boost to Indian exports. The uniformity in tax rates and procedures across the country will also go a long way in reducing the compliance cost.

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Under the Indirect taxes structure in India, indirect taxes like VAT, Excise, Service Tax, Entry Tax etc. are levied on consumption whereas the direct taxes (Income Tax) are levied on the income earned.

Increasing the indirect taxes makes consumption more and more costly and therefore has an inflationary effect, which makes the poor to suffer the most. Because of this reason indirect taxes are usually seen as regressive, whereas the direct taxes, which targets the richer section of  ..

Read more at:
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/59296116.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

Under the Indirect taxes structure in India, indirect taxes like VAT, Excise, Service Tax, Entry Tax etc. are levied on consumption whereas the direct taxes (Income Tax) are levied on the income earned.

Increasing the indirect taxes makes consumption more and more costly and therefore has an inflationary effect, which makes the poor to suffer the most. Because of this reason indirect taxes are usually seen as regressive, whereas the direct taxes, which targets the richer section of  ..

Read more at:
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/59296116.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

Under the Indirect taxes structure in India, indirect taxes like VAT, Excise, Service Tax, Entry Tax etc. are levied on consumption whereas the direct taxes (Income Tax) are levied on the income earned.

Increasing the indirect taxes makes consumption more and more costly and therefore has an inflationary effect, which makes the poor to suffer the most. Because of this reason indirect taxes are usually seen as regressive, whereas the direct taxes, which targets the richer section of  ..

Read more at:
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/59296116.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst