Comparative study before and after implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India
The Goods and Services Tax (GST), implemented on July 1, 2017, is viewed as a most important taxation reform until date applied in India when you consider that independence in 1947. Two GST was deliberate to be
implemented in April 2010, but was once postponed due to political problems and conflicting pastime of stakeholders. The major goal behind improvement of GST is to subsume all kinds of indirect taxes in India like
Central Excise Tax, VAT/Sales Tax, Service tax, etc. The GST primarily based taxation device brings greater transparency taxation system and increases GDP rate from 1% to 2% and reduces tax theft and corruption in
country. The paper highlighted the history of the taxation system, the GST notion along with massive working, contrast of Indian GST taxation machine charges with other world economies, and also presented in-depth insurance
regarding advantages to a number of sectors of the Indian two financial systems after levising GST.