4-Hour Online Workshop on the ‘Basics of GST’ on Oct 17 & 18 [REGISTER NOW]
By Taxscan Team - On October 16, 2020 6:29 pm
The Lawctopus & NoticeBard’s is organising 4-Hour Online Workshop on the ‘Basics of GST’ on October 17 and 18th.
This 2-day online workshop on ‘Basics of GST’ will cover important aspects related to GST – such as applicability, registration, returns and law, commerce and will introduce you to the commonly used concepts of Reverse Charge Mechanism and Input Tax Credit under the GST.
Sub-Topics for the Workshop on GST:
Session 1 – October 17 – 4 PM to 6 PM
Introduction to GST and GST Law
Concept of Supply under GST
Registration – Who has to and what are the options available?
Reverse Charge Mechanism
Time, Place and Value of supply
Session 2 – October 18 – 4 PM to 6 PM
Input Tax Credit – What can be claimed and how it has to be?
GST Returns – How and How frequently?
Assessments and Litigation under GST
Practical Aspects of GST and Case Studies
Practical Skills That Attendees Can Gain:
Basic, and then as we move on to the second day, more advanced practical knowledge of the various prospects of Goods and Services Tax
Laws related to GST
Basics of taxation, registration, administration, reporting, returns
Obtain an understanding of the Application of GST in everyday life
About The Speaker
Priyanshi Chokshi is a Chartered Accountant with an All India Rank 45 and has completed her B.Com from HR College of Commerce, and Masters in Business Laws from NLSIU Bangalore.
She has been a professional public speaker and corporate trainer, having conducted trainings on aspects of taxation, personal finance, soft-skills, among others. She has worked in the field of taxation and transaction/deal advisory, tax and corporate litigation for over 3 years. She is the co-founder of start-up Beyond the Degree.
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