The Advanced Tax Laws paper is very relevant for every CS student. It contains within it, ambit topics that every CS gets to use somewhere or the other on becoming a professional.
The Scanner was, and remains a valuable tool in the repertoire of every CS student, helping in gaining a better understanding of the subjects at hand. We are very happy to be given the opportunity of preparing a solved version of the Scanner for this subject. The book has been made for the purpose of supplying a basis for answering questions of the type normally asked in the question papers. Moreover, it seeks to provide a direction to the way of answering the questions. With the way the question papers are evolving and changing, it helps to have a firm foundation in all the subjects.
This book Useful for CS Professional Programme Student.
1. An Overview on Goods and Services Tax “GST”
3. Input Tax Credit and Computation of GST Liability
4. Procedural Compliance under GST
5. Demand and Recovery, Advance Ruling, Appeals and Revision
6. Inspection, Search, Seizure, Offences & Penalties
7. Compliance Rating, Anti-profiteering, GST Practitioners, Authorised Representative, Professional Opportunities
8. Integrated Goods and Services Tax
9. Union Territory Goods and Services Tax (UTGST)
10. Goods and Services Tax (GST) Compensation to States
11. Industry/ Sector Specific Analysis
12. Basic Concepts of Customs Law
13. Valuation and Assessment of Imported and Exported Goods & Procedural Aspects
14. Arrival or Departure and Clearance of Goods, Warehousing, Duty Drawback, Baggage and Miscellaneous Provisions
15. Advance Ruling, Settlement Commission, Appellate Procedure, Offences and Penalties: Advance Ruling; Appeal and Revision; Offences and Penalties; Prosecution; Settlement of Cases
16. Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) to the Extent Relevant to Indirect Tax
17. Corporate Tax Planning & Tax Management
18. Taxation of Companies LLP and Non-resident
19. General Anti Avoidance Rules ‘GAAR’
20. Basics of International Taxation
21. Tax Treaties
22. Income Tax Implication on Specified Transactions