GST: Explained for Common Man book

GST: Explained for Common Man

Paper Type: Book Print Paper | Size: 216mmX140mm
Black and white; 460 pages; Paperback
ISBN-10: 9386906694 | ISBN-13: 9789386906694


GST in India has touched the lives of common men too. This book has explained for them the critical issues and concepts of GST in a simple language, often in a storytelling style. It covers the concepts of Supply, Input Tax Credit, IGST for inter-state trade, the Business Processes like Registration, Returns-filing, etc, and subjects like Composition Levy, Reverse, Charge Mechanism, and many more. Besides Manufacturing, Services and Trading, this book has also explained the GST application issues in sectors like Education, Health care, Cooperative Housing, Telecom, Tourism, etc. The narration has been backed by FAQs, to facilitate easy understanding. This book will also help the beginners among the consultants, GST officers and students.

Updated till August, 2018 with the latest amendments in GST laws and latest decisions of the GST Council meetings, GST: Explained for Common Man is a product of the author’s rich experience and knowledge of GST.

Sumit  Dutt Majumder
Sumit Dutt Majumder

Sumit Dutt Majumder, former Chairman, Central Board of Excise and Customs, joined the Indian Revenue Service in 1974, after his Masters in Physics from IIT Kharagpur. As Member (Central Excise) and then Chairman, CBEC, he was actively associated with the preparations for GST. 

He has been interacting with the trade across the country explaining the basics of GST. He presented his views to the Select Committee of Rajya Sabha on the GST Constitution Amendment Bill. On invitation, he interacted with Members of Parliament on GST. 

As Senior Advisor, International Tax and Investment Center, Washington, he has been addressing Asia Pacific Tax Forum and African Tax Dialogue on GST in India. The European Union (EU) appointed him for its project in India on Capacity Building in GST. 

He is the author of a book on customs valuation and two more books on GST