The indirect tax system in India has undergone a major change in July 2017 with the introduction of GST, replacing the erstwhile systems of excise, VAT, Service Tax, etc. The new regime aims at greater transparency and fairness across the range of goods and service providers, however it also introduces significantly higher compliance requirements in the form of multiple returns every month, multiple tax payments every month and constant reconciliation of tax credits being claimed by each entity.
AMA has successfully assisted all its clients in transitioning to the new system and is helping them on a periodic basis in meeting the legal requirements around GST. Our team is involved in every step of the process and in several cases, eliminates the need for our clients to hire more employees to keep up with the additional GST workload. We provide the following indirect tax services to our clients:
- GST registration and migration
- Continuous calculation of GST liabilities and credits
- Filing of GST returns
- Liaising with tax authorities in cases of tax demands, scrutiny or disputes for both GST and erstwhile indirect tax issues (service tax, VAT, excise, etc.)
- Interpretation of GST Act and specific sections based on clients’ industry, products, exporter/importer status and other unique circumstances
For questions relating to Indian indirect tax laws and GST, reach out to us at email@example.com