Grant Thornton in India invites you to attend its webinar on ‘GST - Post implementation issues.

Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been implemented in India w.e.f. July 1, 2017. A comprehensive dual GST replacing the complex multiple indirect tax structure is no doubt a welcome change. The landmark GST legislation has gone a long way in simplifying some key issues faced by businesses. However, like any reform, the GST law has also thrown up certain challenges due to transition to the new tax regime. The seamless flow of credits across the value chain have resulted in availability of additional input tax credits across sectors thereby leading to potential reduction in the prices. However, at the same time, restrictions on input tax credit for certain sectors have resulted in higher costs for supply of some goods/services. 

The paradigm shift to ‘transaction value’ needs to be carefully evaluated to address valuation related issues. This would be significant particularly for sectors such as retail, consumer electronics, FMCG, etc.

In this webinar, we will discuss the following:

  • Input tax credit
  • Valuation 
  • Key issues in various sectors such as manufacturing, real estate, hospitality, IT industry

Target Audience: CEOs, CFOs, Financial Controllers and Tax Heads

Webinar dial-in details
New Delhi - local access: +91 11 66754500
Other cities - local access number: +91 (City Code) 60005900
India (Toll Free Number): 1800 120 1298
United States (Toll Free Number): 18447635818
United Kingdom (Toll Free Number): 08002797599
Participant PIN: 41829252#

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Suresh Nandlal Rohira Partner, Grant Thornton India LLP
Biren Vyas Partner, Grant Thornton India LLP
Madhur Harlalka Chartered Accountant, Bengaluru

Date & Time

Date: Wednesday, 10 January, 2018
Time: 1500 - 1600 hrs IST

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