More Details about Goods and Service Tax (Old and New Syllabus)

General Information  
Author(s)Dr. Raj K Agarwal
PublisherTaxmann Publications
Edition3rd Edition
Publish YearDecember 2018


I am pleased to commend to readers the revised third edition of the book on “GST” which has been thoroughly revised as per latest applicable syllabus. It is a comprehensive presentation of the subject matter in a lucid form understandable to the students. The book also contains solved problems from key professional and academic examinations. These will help students to maintain a meaningful focus on examination requirements The book is intended to serve as a standard text for students pursuing
their CA, CS, CMA, BBA, B.Com, B.Com (Hons), M.Com and many more

The following are the main features of the book:  

Simple Language
Chart expressions
Self-explanatory notes
Questions & Answers
Multiple Choice Questions

Table of Contents:
Concept of Indirect Taxes
Introduction to GsT
Levy and Collection of GsT
Concept of supply
Place of supply
Time of supply
Value of supply
Input Tax Credit
Computation of GsT Liability
Tax Invoice, Credit and Debit Notes
Electronic Way Bill
Payment of Tax
Reverse Charge
Solved paper – taxation (gst) (section b) nov. 2018
About the Author
Dr. Raj K. Agarwal has been meritorious throughout his academic career. He has done M.Com, LL.B. and Ph.D. and is Fellow member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and Institute of Company Secretaries of India and Associate Member of Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India. Having practised as Chartered Accountant for more than 25 years as senior partner in M/s. Rakesh Raj & Associates, presently he is practicing as an advocate at Delhi High Court. He has wide experience of handling Income Tax search cases and has poured his practical experience in the form of this well researched book. He has been associated with the academic activities of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India representing various committees of the Institute and with the Institute of Company Secretaries of India representing its Northern India Regional Council as Chairman in the year 2003. He has been contributing articles and addressing various seminars on topics relating to income-tax, accounting and auditing