GST is the abbreviated form of goods and service tax. It is a form of all inclusive and indirect service tax levied on the manufactured products consumption and sale of commodities. All goods and services which are sold and consumed at the national level, fall under the hold of GST. The main purpose of GST is to consolidate the different kind of taxes levied on different products and services into a common tax. However GST is free from customs and the special additional duty.
Also the multiple tax levied and the shortcomings of the indirect forms of tax imposed can be overcome. This will eventually lead to an efficient tax administration. At every point of sale this goods and service tax is imposed on the same. GST is either billed on the entire goods and services, or you can also find a class of the latter on which GST is not imposed. A few class of goods are exempted from GST.
Goods and Service Tax is an indirect way of collecting tax, in a collective way, instead of paying separately the taxes for service and goods. It is quite similar to the state level value added tax that is imposed on the sale of goods as tax. However now GST has become an importance of the national level value added tax, which is applicable on a wide range of products and services. You can submit GST return online these days, with their easy and safe to use online portal.
A vital transformation in the process of administration of the goods and service tax will be the incidence of paying of taxes for every sale that occurs. In order to abolish all the distortions in the imposition of the tax consumption following the decision of the task force, working under the 13th finance commission, accumulator value added tax has been imposed as goods and service tax on a lot of the products and utilities. In order to make possible an impeccable financial status, all through the whole chain of supply across all the states of the country, and to bring all kinds of taxes levied on goods under a common base of tax. At each point of provision of service, when goods are sold and services are provided to the buyer, seller or the service provider, the latter can mention the introduction approval of the tax that has been remunerated in the purchase of the products or while procuring the utilities.
All this is for the reason that the include the goods and service tax in the maximum retail price of the latter. The products which sell obviously deserve to claim the approval of the greater amount of GST which is been already included in the cost of the products being bought. The entire cost including the GST is however borne by the clients who buy the product. But the customers cannot claim or does not have any share of the credits of GST, which is actually recognition of input in the form of paid taxes.