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Journal of Accounting, Marketing and Financial Management (JAMFM) 

Observe on results of products and provider tax separate sectors in India

By, Journal ID: JAMFM-24-06-2019-24
(This article belongs to Vol - 01, Issue - 01)
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Abstract

A long-awaited reform has become a reality in India on 1st July 2017. Groups and enterprise agencies used to pay some of the oblique taxes like excise obligation, customs duty, significant sales tax, service tax levied via relevant authorities and VAT, access tax and octopi, etc. levied through the kingdom authorities. GST is going to consolidate these a couple of taxes into one as ‘One state, one market, One Tax’. Integration of goods and services tax could truly lead to ease of doing enterprise and simplifies tax compliance. As it's far going to reduce layers to taxes clearly ends in boosting tax series. GST aimed at growing a unified market reaping rewards both company and economy. Several nations have applied this tax machine; France is the primary United States to introduce GST. This paper concentrates on advantages of GST and its effects on one-of-a-kind sectors like a vehicle, FMCG, banking, insurance, economic offerings, Pharmaceutical quarter, agriculture, real property, patron durables, oil and gas, cement, telecom, real property, airways, and gold. The findings of the paper discovered a mixed impact on distinct sectors of the Indian economy

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Journal of Accounting, Marketing and Financial Management (JAMFM)  ISSN 2229-8675 Published by SDIP, London, United Kingdom.
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