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Top Points Explaining How Landmark Reform GST Will Affect You

 

Parliament has cleared the proposal for India’s most transformative tax reform in decades. The Rajya Sabha or Upper House has voted in favour of a national Goods and Services Tax or GST which will convert India into a single market.
Here is your 10-point guide to the GST:
The GST creates one national tax to replace a slew of complex ones applied by both the Centre and state governments.
But the rate of the tax will not be decided for another few months.
GST will lower the prices of goods like electronics and two-wheelers. But services – eating out or using a beauty salon or plane tickets, for example – will become more expensive.
The Lok Sabha cleared the GST proposal last year. In the Rajya Sabha, it had been stalled mainly by the opposition Congress, which wrote the original proposal when it was in power.
To win the Congress’ backing, the Finance Minister held several rounds of discussions and agreed to changes sought by the Congress.
The proposal cleared by the Rajya Sabha today will amend the constitution to make GST a law.
At least 15 of India’s 29 state legislatures have to pass it too. Only then will the GST Council be created.
The council, which combines the Finance Minister with representatives of all state governments, will then decide the rate of the tax.
Separate legislation will be introduced for then clearing the tax rate along with other details of how the GST will be implemented.
The GST is a consumption tax. States that manufacture goods therefore will lose revenue – the taxes they impose currently will be removed. The Centre has agreed to compensate them for five years.

 

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