Students' Guide to INDIRECT TAX LAWS - Service Tax/VAT/Central Excise/Customs Law - Ed January 2014

Students' Guide to INDIRECT TAX LAWS - Service Tax/VAT/Central Excise/Customs Law

  • Students' Guide to INDIRECT TAX LAWS - Service Tax/VAT/Central Excise/Customs Law

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Description
Salient Features
•    Presentation of the subject is designed on "teach-yourself" technique which enables
     students to learn faster.
•    Each para (with a district number) starts with analytical discussion supported by well-thought
     out original problems. A unique style of illustrating al complex provisions has been adopted.
•    Theoretical discussion is suitably supplemented by problems/illustrations (over 190 in number
     and covering an exhausitve range of issues) providing solutions to the knotty problems with
     reference to the latest position of law.
•    The law stated in this book is as amended upto January 1, 2014
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Contents
Unit : 1 - Service Tax

1.   Nature of Service Tax
2.   Meaning of Service
3.   Negative List
4.   Mega Exemption Notification
5.   Service Provided in Taxable Territory
6.   Computation of Service Tax Liability
7.   Point of Taxation
8.   Reverse Charge Mechanism
9.   Small Service Provider
10. Service Tax Procedures
11.  Problems on Service Tax
Unit : 2 - VAT
12.  Background
13.  Input Credit
14.  Different Modes of Computation
15.  Procedures
16.  Problems on VAT
17.  Law of Excise Duty in Brief
18.  Definitions
19.  Valuation for Central Excise
20.  CENVAT
21.  Basic Procedure
22.  Small Scale Industry and Job Work
23.  Basic Concepts of Customs Law
24.  Classification for Customs and Customs Duty Rate
25.  Valuation
26.  Customs Procedures, Baggage, Exemptions
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Authors Details
Dr. Vinod K. Singhania got his Ph.D. from the Delhi School of Economics in 1 976. His fields of special interest include all facets of corporate legislation and corporate economics especially the tax laws. Associated in different capacities with several professional institutes and business houses in India and abroad, Dr. Singhania is author of many popular books and software published by Taxmann. He has to his credit more than 300 research articles which have appeared in leading journals. He has been a resource person in over 300seminars in India and abroad. He can be reached at vks@taxman.com
Dr. Monica Singhania is Reader, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. She is a post-graduate from Delhi School of Economics and a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. She has the distinction of being placed in the merit list of the examinations conducted by both the University as well as the Institute. She has been awarded Ph.D. in the area of corporate taxation from the University of Delhi. She is the author of 7 books on direct tax laws and several research papers which have been published in leading journals.
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