watch_later 18/02/18

व्यापार पर अब एक नई मुसीबत

सरकार योजना बना रही है कि दुकानदारों को बिल बुक सरकार से लेनी पड़ेगी उसके बाद आप अपने ग्राहको को बिल जारी करेगे । बिलो पर सीरियल नंबर सरकार द्वारा ही डाला जाएगा और यदि कोई बिल कैंसिल हुआ तो सरकार को सुचना देने पड़ेगी ।

This is what I got from a whatsapp forward and a copy of newspaper article.

If this is true then we will have tough days ahead. Just like your check book, you have to maintain the bill book issued by government and you have to contact government for fresh copy of bill book.

In case you cancel any bill, you have to contact assessing officer.

This seems like return of Inspector Raaj and businessman will have tough days. Just to make sure that there is no tax theft government cannot come up with something that will affect ease of doing business.

What is the guarantee that people will not sell without issuing invoices. What makes government think it is even possible to control tax theft if already existing provisions have failed.

We have seen similar scenario under excise where one had to generate separate invoices for excise purpose. If we are going to follow old provisions, we will witness similar frauds. People opened multiple business on name of relatives to escape from excise registration, similar thing will happen under GST.

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watch_later 18/02/18

I don't think it will happen.

Government will make another mistake of interfering in day today transactions. You rightly pointed out that what is guarantee people will not sell without issuing bills.

The more pressure we put, the more people will default.

Going forward with this make GST implementation worst. There will be non availability of printed books. Without bill book people will not be able to issue invoice and supply goods.

I don't think it is even possible. Government will spend more on bill book printing then tax collection.


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