Leviability is essential feature to collect tax from any taxable person. In absence of leviablity, tax could not be collected. Under the new tax regime GST, the concept of leviablity is paradigm history in the levaiblity of indirect taxes.
Leviablity gives the power to the taxation regime to collect taxes from any person. In the absence of levy, tax could not be charged and collected. GST contains crucial provision in relating to levy of tax which are discussed hereunder.
2.Levy of tax under CGST & SGST
The power to levy tax is provided in section 8 of the revised model of GST law. Asper the relevant section Central & State GST is to be levied on interstate supply of goods and services as per the value determined of the said goods and services in terms of provision of this act. Although the rates of taxes is not notified in the law itself but the law provides for the caping of taxes rates and the said cap is fourteen percent.
3.Levy of tax under GST
The power to levy taxes is provided in section 5 of the revised model IGST law. As per the relevant section IGST is to be levied on all interstate supply of goods and services as per value determined of the said goods and services in terms of the provisions of the act. Although the rates of taxes is not notified in the law itself but the law provides for caping of tax rates and the said cap in twenty eight per cent.
IGST will be levied on goods imported into India inaccordance with the provisions of section 3 the Customs Tariff Act 1975 at the point when duties of customs are levied on the said goods.
Presently, payment of tax on reverse charges basis is applicable in case of provision of services. The concept will be carried forward as legacy for services and newly introduced for supply of goods. However, the goods and services tobe notified for reverse charge will be on the recommendation of the council, In the case of reverse charge the person receiving the supply has to pay taxes and the provisions of the act shall apply accordingly.
5.Electronic Commerce Operator.
In the digitization era an increasing online shopping of goods and services ,electronic commerce are also covered in the tax net and the same shall be liable to Pay taxes on notified goods and services on the recommendation of the council.
Further in the present global market, one can provide platform for supply of goods and services from any part of the world. Accordingly, if the electronic commerce operators situated in any parts of the world except India, then he hasto appoint some person on its behalf to comply with the provisions of the GST.
6. Composition of Levy
The small scale business man always enjoys some privileges. Composition levy is one of such benefits. Present laws contains different monetary limits from composition levy in addition to different monetary limits in different states. However GST being a uniform law will provide single composition scheme to be applicable through India. Accordingly business with taxable turnover not exceeding fifty lakhs can avail the option of paying composition fees. The composition fees are different for manufacturers and others. In case of manufacturing industry rate of composition is 2.5% and for others it is 1%.
7. Restriction under Composition Levy
Payment of option under composition scheme calls for limitation or restrictions, stated as under-
1. This option is not available to the person who is engaged in supply of services. Meaning thereby the provider of service cannot opt for composition scheme. Further the language suggest that in case of a person engaged in supply of services and goods both the also the option of composition scheme in not available.
2. The option to pay composition schemes is not available to the person who are not leviable to tax under this act.
3. The person making inter-state supply can also not avail of this option.
4. The electronic commerce operator who is required to collect tax at source also cannot avail of this option.
5. The manufacturer of notified goods are also not eligible to avail of the option of payment of taxes under composition fees.
6. In case turnover RS 50 lakhs the for the turnover exceeding RS 50 lakhs this option for paying tax under composition scheme will not be available.
7. The person availing the benefit of paying taxes under composition scheme are not eligible to avail of input tax credit.
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