Assessment under GST is a process by which the tax authorities examine the returns filed by taxpayers to verify the correctness of their tax liability. Read more...
Learn how a litigation management software can help you effectively manage tax litigation – Pre-GST and GST litigation, GST Audits and Legal Notices.
On-site inspections are conducted by the GST authorities to verify the accuracy and completeness of the information furnished by taxpayers in their returns, records, and other documents.
Pre-GST litigation comes under the indirect tax litigation category. Litigation and cases that are continuing from the pre-GST regime prior to July 2017 are all grouped under Pre-GST litigation. Cases related to Excise, Sales tax, VAT etc. are covered under this litigation system.
Read this comprehensive guide to managing GST litigation in India, including the steps involved, the key players involved, and the common challenges faced by businesses.
The judicial procedures for tax litigation in India are long and tedious. Know the basics of Tax Litigation in India, direct and indirect taxation, the sub-types of the two main types of taxation, and the litigation associated with it that businesses need to be aware of, in the article.
The government authorities have been on regulating the business laws strictly and are keeping a watch for tax fraud and mismatch cases etc. The best practice to avoid GST litigation is following the rules but mishaps happen all the time. So, here, we discuss, how to handle litigation in 5 easy steps.
Let us take some time to get ourselves braced up for the “assessment scenarios”. The first and foremost step in the chain of Assessments is a “Provisional Assessment”.
GST Audit is the process of examining a taxable person’s records, returns, and other documentation. There are 3 types of audits as mandated by the GST law, they are – Statutory GST Departmental Audit, and Special Audit. In this article, we have covered the GST departmental audit and how you can handle it better.
An audit is a term that is generally used for official inspection and verification of documents by an Independent body, usually for financial accounts.