Adeel Hussain Alie, Javed Iqbal, Sarfraz Ahmed, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat
Mr. Adeel Hussain Alie1, Dr. Javed Iqbal2, Mr. Sarfraz Ahmed3, Mr. Ajaz Ahmad Bhat4
1Research Scholar, School of Management Studies, BGSB University, Rajouri, J&K-185234
2Assistant Professor, School of Management Studies, BGSB University, Rajouri, J&K-185234
3Research Scholar, Department of Economics, BGSB University, Rajouri, J&K-185234
4Practicing Accountant, Srinagar, Kashmir, J&K-190001.
Volume - 10,
Issue - 1,
Year - 2019
Goods and services tax (GST) is the biggest tax reform in Indian tax system. It includes excise tax, service tax, central sales tax, luxury tax, lottery tax, entertainment tax, octroi, state surcharge, and other surcharge on supply of goods and services. The GST replaced various multiple indirect taxes which were imposed on unlike items of goods and services. The GST helped in increasing central government revenue from past nine months, since GST has been introduced (1st of July, 2017) and solved the problem of “cascading effect” of tax. GST has emerged as “transparent taxation system” in the indirect taxation. Although GST will be more effective in coming future but presently it may not be free from constraints. The research paper will focus on framework of GST as well as Impact of GST on Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Sector in India. After implementation of GST, FMCG Sector improved slightly as GST eliminated multiple-tax system.
Cite this article:
Adeel Hussain Alie, Javed Iqbal, Sarfraz Ahmed, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat. Impact of GST on FMCG Sector in India. Res. J. Humanities and Social Sciences. 2019; 10(1):24-28. doi: 10.5958/2321-5828.2019.00005.6