Webinar on "Transitional Provisions in GST Law"

Objective: As GST System will be implemented w.e.f 1st July 2017, the existing system of indirect taxation will be replaced by the GST Law.
GST is not only a tax reform but also a business reform which will impact all kinds of taxpayers and persons dealing with taxable goods and services, manufacturing, job work, trade and business activity, supply chain and logistics.

The main objective of transitional provisions is to provide a safe cushion for existing tax payers to adopt the new GST regime without any confusion and make the migration process smooth and without any hassles, by providing the clear cut guidelines for transitions from the existing system of taxation into the new System. The transitional provisions related with Input Tax Credit ensures that no Input Tax Credit will get blocked due to repeal of the existing laws and introduction of GST Laws. It also take cares of the manner of disposal of the existing adjudication, appeal and recovery proceedings in the new regimen.

The webinar will help in disseminating the proper information and dispel the doubts prevalent in certain segments of trade and industry regarding status of stock /credit, jobwork /pending litigation/refund and demand of the existing taxation system on and after the rollout of GST. It will be useful the taxpayers and tax officials alike.

Day: 21/06/2017
Time: 03:30 PM

Speaker: Shri Rajeev Agarwal, IRS (1995 Batch), SVP GSTN

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Ajay Bhimani 2 years 11 months ago

I tried to connect webinar but could not Ofcourse late to join. How to get webinar recording later

SHASHANK GOYAL 2 years 11 months ago

Are be eligible to claim the amount of Central Sales Tax which is paid under existing law in GST Regime as Credit?
2. Where we can download the slide which was shown during the webinar?

Bharat Gandhi_1 2 years 11 months ago

1.Dies and moulds received from our customer for production of plastic goods, whether the mould amortisation value is liable for GST, Since there is no provision in gst invoice.
2. we manufacture moulds and dies and raise invoice for captive use , but we receive payment from customer for the moulds, . whether we are liable for gst since moulds are used at our end.

ca sushil kumar dalmia 2 years 11 months ago

it was quite a good experience - RQ pl also spare time for Q&A in future sessions and hope you shall be organizing such sessions on other topics as well.

kartik 2 years 11 months ago

Our products are exempt under Central Excise, identifiable by serial no. value above Rs.25,000/-. We are registered person and out product is taxable under GST. While CTD has been allowed for excisable goods, how do we claim embedded input tax credit for such goods lying at depots within the state and outside the state?

Nishit Nishar 2 years 11 months ago

sir i am vat dealer and i have valid excise invoice. will i get ITC in gst under cgst

Vinay B 2 years 11 months ago

A trader is registered under VAT only. Are traders allowed to avail benefit of Credit of Excise even if they are having CST registration?

bharat mange 2 years 11 months ago

As per selection 140 only trader will get deemed credit. Y so? Manufacture or service provider may also have bill from dealer which dont have duty paid proof.?