All India VAT Ready Reckoner with Entry Tax, Professional Tax & CST - 5 Ed 2016-2017

All India VAT Ready Reckoner with Entry Tax, Professional Tax & CST

  • All India VAT Ready Reckoner with Entry Tax, Professional Tax & CST

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Description
• Extensive coverage of VAT, Woks Contract Tax, Entry Tax, Professional Tax
  and Waybills of all the states
•Covers Notifications released upto 15.06.2016
• Uniform Tabular Presentation for easier reference
• Provisions for each State discussed with reference to respective Sections and Rules
• Free CD containing all the Forms and Schedules updated till 31 June
  2016 with their respective indices
• Easy to refer "All India VAT Compliance Chart"
Indirect taxes are levied at the level of both the Centre and State. While the Central Government is empowered to levy Central Excise, Custom Duty, Service Tax and Central Sales Tax, the State Governments are empowered to levy tax on the sale and purchase of goods, on entertainment, on the entry of goods, and on professions, among other things.
VAT is a state level tax. Since it is different in all states, so are its rates and definitions. The only similarity with regard to the imposition of VAT in the states is that all the state laws on VAT have been structured on the basis of the recommendations of the Empowered Committee on VAT. The laws and rules relating to VAT have been evolving over a period of time in keeping with the changing business needs of the Government. Simultaneously, our client profile too has been expanding to cover various geographical locations across the country, thereby making it imperative to disseminate relevant information concerning all the states among all VAT practitioners in the shortest possible time.
After success of our first and second editions, I am pleased to place before the readers, eagerly awaited third edition of my book. The proposed amendments and circulars issued since our last edition has been given effect at appropriate places in the book. A brief note on relevant notification and circulars has been inserted at beginning of every state. A comprehensive book covering various aspects of VAT, for catering to the specific needs of VAT practitioners offering consultations to their clients on the indirect tax levies in different states or for augmenting the knowledge of businessmen on the subject, especially those running small and medium level businesses, who have little time to read and assimilate complicated books on tax matters.
This book, therefore, attempts to address these problems by offering readers a broad picture of VAT as applicable in various states, and virtually acts like a summary of VAT laws of all the states in the country. In addition, it provides a simplified state-wise view of these laws for anyone wishing to be acquainted with their complex nature. To meet this end, all the changes made in Acts related to VAT through the issuance of notifications and circulars have been incorporated in the book, which also functions as a reckoner on Professional Tax and Entry Tax for all the states in India.
Apart from the facts and figures for all the states, we are also providing readers with a CD containing all the related forms and schedules state-wise, which would prove to be useful for both dealers as well as other practicing Chartered Accountants in their day-today work.
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Contents
PART I - GENERAL
Origin of VAT
Basics of VAT
Meaning of TIN
FAQ on GST
PART II - Gist of Releases from 1st April, 2016 to 15th June, 2016
Andhra Pradesh
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Delhi
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Predesh
Jammu and Kashmir
Jharkhand
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Telangana
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal
PART III - VAT-ALL STATES
North

Delhi Value Added Tax
Haryana Value Added Tax
Punjab Value Added Tax
Uttar Pradesh Value Added Tax
Uttarakhand Value Added Tax
Jammu & Kashmir Value Added Tax
Himachal Pradesh Value Added Tax
West
Maharashtra Value Added Tax
Gujarat Value Added Tax
Rajasthan Value Added Tax
Goa Value Added Tax
Central
Madhya Pradesh Value Added Tax
Bihar Value Added Tax
Chhattisgarh Value Added Tax
Jharkhand Value Added Tax
Orissa Value Added Tax
South
Andhra Pradesh Value Added Tax
Karnataka Value Added Tax
Kerala Value Added Tax
Tamil Nadu Value Added Tax
East
West Bengal Value Added Tax
Assam Value Added Tax
Sikkim Value Added Tax
Arunachal Pradesh Value Added Tax
Manipur Value Added Tax
Meghalaya Value Added Tax
Mizoram Value Added Tax
Tripura Value Added Tax
Nagaland Value Added Tax
CENTRAL SALES TAX
Central Sales Tax Act, 1956
Note: "All notifications with respect to amendment in Schedules and tax rate have been incorporated in tax schedules"
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Author Details
Alok Agarwal (Chartered Accountant) ,a graduate in Commerce from St. Joseph's College, Darjeeling, is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He commenced his practice after completing his CA and has consistently delivered good results for his clients with whom he works as a partner and shares a very good understanding. Alok's work experience, spanning over more than a decade, extends across the areas of Taxation Laws, Company Law, Auditing, Corporate Finance Liaison, and Non-residents' Exchange Control Regulations and Services relating to the setting up of liaison/project offices in India. While he handles various issues pertaining to finance with ease, Alok's core expertise lies in the area of Indirect Taxes —mainly in VAT and Service Tax—and in addressing complex problems associated with it. He has written several papers on the issue and is regularly visible on several public forums as a speaker on VAT.
Deepak Kumar Dass (Advocate), is a member of the Bar Council of Delhi and has work experience of more than a decade in fields relating to Indirect Taxation. His core competency lies in handling complex matters associated with indirect taxation, especially VAT. He has extensive experience of working with large corporate houses and resolving their problems in the areas of VAT, Excise and Service Tax. He represents the cases of his clients before all the statutory authorities and most of the cases handled by him have gone in favour of his clients.
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