Value added tax (VAT), or goods and services tax (GST), is a tax on exchanges. It is levied on the benefit that results from each exchange for example sales. However, it is different from the sales tax because a sales tax is applied on the total value of the exchange. VAT is neutral with respect to the number of passages that there are between the producer and the final consumer. A VAT is an indirect tax and is collected from someone other than the person who actually bears the cost of the tax. The customer pays for it but is collected from the seller. To avoid double taxation on final consumption, exports (which by definition, are consumed abroad) are usually not subject to VAT and VAT charged under such circumstances is usually refundable.
Indirect Tax (VAT or GST)
VAT, GST Sales & Use Tax, and other transactional taxes are broadly based taxes on transactions, and liability will arise regardless of profitability. Failing to account for these taxes correctly can have a significant impact on business costs and cash flows.
G.S.T & Value Added Tax
Value Added Tax is a multi point sales tax with set off for tax paid on purchases. It is a tax on the added value on the product. The burden of tax has arisen by the consumer of goods. In many aspects, it is equivalent to last point sales tax. It can also be called as a multi point sales tax levied as a proportion of Valued Added. The firm has diverse VAT and GST experience with extensive interactions with both the Central and the State Governments in India The GST is seen as the single most important tax reform initiative in India since independence. The GST is proposed to be applied to both goods and services, covering virtually all sectors and industries. It will replace the complex system of levies on goods and services at the Central and State levels.
Broadly for taxation purpose, sales can be divided into:
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Value Added Tax (VAT)