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Indirect Taxes

Indirect taxes are normally imposed on manufacturers or suppliers who in turn pass it to the final consumer. This tax can be passed from one form of entity or individual to another. Value-added tax (VAT), customs duty and excise duty etc. are examples of indirect tax. 

Our company helps in providing support for obtaining annual and temporary compliance with Goods and Services Tax (GST), opinions, statements, refunds, returns and records. We also provide services related to special tax, luxury tax, value-added tax (VAT), customs duty, service tax etc. To understand more about indirect taxes. Let us look at some of their types:

Service tax

Service tax is charged by the government on certain transactions which are carried out by the service provider. However, the final consumers are the ones that finally pay them. It was introduced under the Finance Act, 1994.

Excise duty

This tax is known as the Central Value Added Tax (CENVAT). It is a tax that has to be paid on the production of certain goods or their sale and license within the country. It is a form of indirect tax levied by the Central Government of India. Excise duty charges are even collected by the state government for narcotics and alcohol.

Custom duty

This form of indirect tax is levied on goods that are imported into the country. The Government of India sometimes levies custom duty on products that are exported out of the country. The amount paid by the customers is set on different factors like dimension, weight, value etc of the item.

Value-added tax

The value-added tax or VAT is a tax that is paid by a customer for a product that has directly been sold to him or her. These are paid on products, services or goods which are bought by customers. It is important for GDP. It is also the foremost power of a country’s government. Different types of taxes are applicable at different stages of the sale of services and goods. VAT is one of them.

Goods and Service Tax (GST)

GST or the Goods and Service Tax was implemented on July 1, 2017. It combines many indirect taxes imposed by the state and the central government into a single tax. It eliminates differences in tax rates, removing the greater impact of taxation and reducing complexity. The goods and services tax system include current taxes collected from the sale of services or goods by the federal or state governments.

Businesses need to file an annual, quarterly and, monthly report on the returns and those who have a turnover crossing the Rs. 2 Crore mark will need to submit audit reports.

Our service portfolio makes it easier for you to comply with the tax system by providing services such as:

GST Registration

Under new GST rules, the GST registration process is completed through an online website looked after by the Central Government. Our professionals can complete your registration process quickly.

GST Returns

The GST Act requires every registered company or business to file GST returns detailing its purchases and sales, as well as the tax collected and paid. Taxpayers need to provide accurate information to the department because the system is made to ensure that all transactions should be synchronised with one another and that no transaction between sellers and buyers goes unnoticed. The AJSH GST team allows you to submit tax returns according to the GST system to focus on your business.

GST Amendments

After you are a registered as services and goods taxpayer and if you want to make any changes to your details in non-core or core fields, such as adding a place of business or changing your address, you can contact our company’s GST experts for such assistance.

GST Audits

Our professional team with thorough GST knowledge prepares required audit reports and conducts audits for our clients.

GST Assessment

We will assist you with a GST self-assessment. The professional team in our company will assist you throughout the entire assessment process conducted by our tax authorities.

GST Compliances

We shall keep you updated and informed of any new GST Council compliances.

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