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Niranjan

Banjara Hills,Hyderabad

₹ 1,000 per month

8 years of industry experience with companies like Deloitte and Value Labs. Currently working as Training Manager Finance and Accounting. Have been guest faculty in various B Schools in Hyderabad. Have successfully trained more than 1000 B.com graduates in last 1 year.

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Saurabh Goel

Indirapuram,Ghaziabad

₹ 1,500 per month

I have been giving coaching since 2011 on finance and accountancy concepts. I want to share my knowledge as much as possible.

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Kothapet,Hyderabad

₹ 5,000 per month

Over 1 decade experience in Banking & Investment banking.

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Sakinaka East,Mumbai

₹ 3,000 per month

Total work experience of over 8 years in the financial services industry.

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Devalya Education Private Limited

Sector 14,Gurgaon

₹ 3,000 per month

Devalya Education is a premier professional education group based in Gurgaon. The group is formed and run by accounting professionals. Devalya offers face to face coaching for professional education courses like CA and CS at all levels of examination. Viz. CA CPT, CA IPCC, CA Final, CS Foundation, CS Executive and CS Professional. Devalya has strong professional faculty group with subject specialization. Students at Devalya are consistent in producing high pass percentage in all the courses at all levels. Devalya got recently recognized with the service excellence award for the ' Best Private Coaching Institute of Gurgaon' by the Times Research, a renowned research company.

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K V Rao

Vijayanagar,Bangalore

₹ 1,000 - 5,000 per month

Retired as Assistant General Manager, State Bank of India. During bank career, I was also a faculty in Bank's training college and centres. After retirement, I am a visiting faculty to local colleges teaching management, finance, marketing and economics subjects.

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Free Demo Class on GST:-Time Of Supply ,Very important topic (GST made easy by Devendra Kumar

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DEV CHAUHAN is not only faculty on the Subjects:-Direct Tax, Indirect tax (GST),Advance Account, Strategic...

GST – Time of Supply Introduction GST – Time of Supply: Point In time When the liability to pay tax arises Who shall pay: Taxable Person • On what GST shall be paid: Supply of Goods and services – Section 7 • When GST shall be paid: Point of Supp.ly • Where shall... read more

GST – Time of Supply

Introduction

GST – Time of Supply: Point In time When the liability to pay tax arises

 

Who shall pay: Taxable Person


• On what GST shall be paid: Supply of Goods and services – Section 7


• When GST shall be paid: Point of Supp.ly

• Where shall GST be paid: Place of Supply

• To whom shall it be paid: Respective Government


• How to Pay: Cash / Credit


Time of Supply of Goods


Generally Earlier of
Date of issue of invoice or last date on which the invoice was required to be issued
Date of receipt of payment


In case of Reverse Charge

Earlier of
Date of receipt of goods
Date of payment
From the date of issue of the invoice Date immediately following 30 days.

Time of Supply


In case of Supply of vouchers
Date of issue of the voucher, if the supply is identifiable at that point
Date of redemption of the voucher, in all other cases


In case of receipt of additional value of supply in the form of
Residual
In the case where a periodical return has to be filed, the date on which such return is to be filed


In any other case,

the date on which CGST/SGST is paid


Time of Supply of Goods – Last date for issue of invoice

Last date of issue of invoice


Concerning the removal
Goods removed Date of removal
Goods are not removed Date on which goods are made available


The continuous supply of Services
statements of accounts or successive payments
Goods sent on approval
before or at the time of supply
Six months from the date of removal


Continuous Supply of Goods


Section 2(32) defines “continuous supply of goods” means a supply of goods which is provided, or agreed to be provided, continuously or on recurrent basis, under a contract, whether or not by means of a wire, cable, pipeline or other conduit, and for which the supplier invoices the recipient on a regular or periodic basis and includes supply of such goods as the Government may, subject to such conditions, as it may, by notification, specify


Continuous Supply of Goods
Notification No. 40/2017 – Central Tax dt. Oct 13, 2017
registered person whose aggregate turnover in the preceding financial year did not exceed one crore and 5000000 rupees or the registered person whose aggregate turnover in the year in which such person has obtained registration is likely to be less than 15000000 rupees and who did not opt for the composition levy under section 10 of the said Act as the class of persons who shall pay the central tax on the outward supply of goods at the time of supply as specified in clause (a) of sub-section (2) of section 12 of the said Act including in the situations attracting the provisions of section 14 of the said Act,

Time of supply of services


In case invoice issued within the prescribed time, earlier of


ï?·the date of issue of an invoice by the supplier or
ï?·the date of receipt of payment


a)In case of the invoice is not issued within the prescribed time, earlier of
ï?·the date of provision of service
ï?·the date of receipt of payment


A continuous supply of Services


When due date of payment is ascertainable, on or before the due date of payment;
a.else, date of receipt of payment;


Where the payment is linked to the completion of an event, date of the end of that event.
Time of Supply of Services

Time of Supply of Services
Supply ceases before completion time when the amount ceases


In case of Reverse charge


the date of payment
the date immediately following 60 days from the date of issue of invoice


Supply of vouchers
Date of issue of the coupon, if the amount is identifiable at that point
Time of redemption of the voucher, in all other cases


Residual
In the case where a periodical return has to be filed, the date on which such return is to be submitted
In any other case, the date on which CGST/SGST is paid


Continuous Supply of Services


Section 2(33) “continuous supply of services” means a supply of services which is provided, or agreed to be delivered, continuously or on recurrent basis, under a contract, for a period exceeding three months with periodic payment obligations and includes supply of such services as the Government may, subject to such conditions, as it may, by notification, specify;


Additional Consideration Section further provides that the time of Supply to the extent it relates to an addition in the value of supply by way of interest, late fee or penalty for delayed payment of any consideration shall be the date on which the supplier receives such addition in value. Thus, any additional consideration for any supply of services shall be taxable at the time when such additional consideration is received.

Time of supply of services – rate change

Supply Issue of invoice Receipt of payment
Time of supply Before the change in the rate of tax
After the difference in the rate of tax
Date of receipt of payment, or date of issue of invoice, whichever is earlier Before the change in the rate of tax

 

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Lesson Posted on 22/12/2017 Learn Functional Training/Finance Training

Capital Markets (Trading): Why each one should know this!

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This is for all the learners who think of capital markets beyond 'shares','intra-day', 'fast money making','risk','mutual funds'..and so on. This is also for the low risk appetitte people who are away from the markets, but still are very much linked to it, let me help you know how? Ultimately,this... read more

This is for all the learners who think of capital markets beyond 'shares','intra-day', 'fast money making','risk','mutual funds'..and so on.

This is also for the low risk appetitte people who are away from the markets, but still are very much linked to it, let me help you know how?

Ultimately,this is for everyone who are keen to understand the finance jargons, thus for those, who want to invest their hard earned money with all the understanding!!Lets start with a very common term Investment.

We save money, we save it to be used for our goals,emergency and then retirement. But do we let our money lie idle in our homes as cash? We want out money too to work for us, hence we go for deposits, traditional FDs, Gold, Land or real-estate.

Meaning, we make our money work such that it grows with time. We are trying to cope up with "Inflation". Simply speaking, a toffee which costs Rs 5/- today would be costing Rs 20/- after 20 years.We are trying our 5 turns 20 after 20 years, compounding magic isnt it? And when few of us beleive, share market would help me cope inflation  in better way, there rises the simple yet very complex world of Capital Markets.

Similar to us who want to invest, there is a business class who wants money, capital to raise their business. They knock the door of "Exchange" to provide medium to raise capital. Thus, exchange in simple terms is the entity who exchanges the financial instrument for money. 

Listing on exchange is not a simple process, you need:

  • To build trust among investors,provide facts with better track record.
  • Pass the "Regulatory" tests, yes watchdogs exist so that no one runs away with your money.
  • Follow the protocols, rules and regulations of exchange.

With the great hustle , company initially enters into to "Primary" market through "IPO" - Initial PUblic Offering.

When we trade the shares for that matter on exchange, it is called "Secondary" market.

Thus, as a investor, you buy a potential "share" ie "A Equity" with the hopes of high returns.Company owes you and has to share their profits in form of "Bonus/Dividends". Technically you become the shareholder of that company. Next time you buy a single share, remember you "share" the ownership of the company, have voting rights and are liable to bare losses and enjoy profits!

Thus this is the huge world with lot many financial instruments.We have bonds,mutual funds,derivatives (altogether a different segment) and so on.

Welcome to the world which not only makes money but does it with discipline, smartness and with set of golden rules.

And to conclude, how do the people who dont invest are still investing indirectly? So you have a golden retirement source called PFs? If yes part of your PF money is invested here very very cautiously for you to get the guarateed returns!

Lets learn more, lets spread awareness! Happy learning!, till my next post. Please feel free to share the reviews, critics welcomed!

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