What Is GST Input Credit? First of all, let us know what is GST Input Credit. Well, GST Input credit is nothing but a balance of the amount of tax you paid at the time of purchasing goods that is kept safe until you pay your tax for your output. Now, when you pay your tax
Complete Guide : Will I Get The GST Input Credit Or Not? GST has been welcomed with all the pomp and show, and deservingly so. It has inherent advantages. We all know that amount paid as GST on purchases or even expenses can be claimed as GST input credit. This was not possible in the
EBITDA is the pulse rate of your company, and that’s also what makes it a sweet apple of investors eye. You just cannot ignore it, just cannot! It gives a clear reflection of your company’s ‘operating’ performance. There are many more ratios to check operating efficiency, but why this ratio stands away from the crowd
Yes yes, GST rates are here! India has cleared the way for the biggest tax reform since independence in 1947. The main beneficiaries of the new goods and services tax, due to be rolled out on July 1, include steelmakers and some consumer goods. The food items which currently attracted an average of 12.5% tax under
Half a day is all you need to get into business. As per the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, which is leaving no stone unturned to improve the ease of doing business, it will now become possible to reduce the time to reserve the name of company to half a day, and company incorporation in one
Section 80G: Deduction for donations towards Social Causes The various donations specified in Section 80G are eligible for deduction up to either 100% or 50% with or without restriction as provided in Section 80G. Section 80G deduction not applicable in case donation is done in form of cash for amount over Rs 10,000.
When entire India was fearing Prime Minister Modi’s speech on December 31, expecting another bombshell after demonetization, PM Modi came up with announcement of subsidized interest on home loan. The scheme is set to be implemented. ‘Roti, Kapda and Makaan’ has been the vision of past several governments. Not only the lower income, but middle