GST stands for Goods and Services Tax which is concurrent levy of taxes on “Supply” of goods and services. GST in India will be dual system, where the Central and State together will levy tax on supply of goods and / or services, within the State (Intra-State) and Inter-State.
GST-ensures a common threshold limit, irrespective of whether your manufacturer or dealer, either dealing in goods and/ or services. Under current regime different indirect taxes have varying threshold limit. Present Example:- the threshold limit for excise is 1.5 crore, service tax Rs.10 Lakhs and under Vat the threshold limit ranges from Rs.5 lakhs to 20 lakhs which are state specific.
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