Finance: Taxmantra has launched an e-learning online training and certification course on GST with CAclubindia.com. With GST getting implemented this week, the pandemonium in the ecosystem is at its peak. Businesses have been subjected to a truckload of information on this new tax, but there is still a considerable lack of understanding. Spurred by this need of the hour, this course has been set up to address queries, clarify doubts and explain the nuances of the new tax structure. There are more than 2.5 million professionals other than qualified professionals require right training on GST, for its implementation to be successful. This course is designed to address all those users alike.
The course consists of two modules- (i) Basic; and (ii) Advanced. Each course will be accompanied by an examination and passing candidates will be eligible for certification. This course is designed to be compatible with a full-time professional/operational work schedule. Course content can be consumed at any time within 6 months of enrolment Lecture material, examples and case studies will be available in an online format.
There are no fixed hours or timings to commence the classes, considering the requirement of a flexible viewing schedule. It is not practicable for users to allocate fixed hours in a day, avail leaves and to attend fixed classes physically. Hence, the course has been developed as an online training module.
The course covers the full gamut of Goods and Service Tax and is intended to be consumed by the Chartered Accountants, tax professionals as well as the in-house accounting officer. This course is intended to address users from all fields, helping them to understand the various facets including:
- History / Journey of GST
- Need for GST, Basic Concepts and Rates – Invoicing, Reverse Charge, Transitional Provisions
- Taxable person, threshold limits, mandatory registration, distinct persons, provisions of registration
- Return filing mechanism under GST and Compliances
- The concept of Supply of Goods & Services, Transactional provisions.
- Import and export under GST, Input Tax Credit under it.
- Assessments & Audits Search, Seizure and Penalties, Recovery, prosecution and appeals under GST E-Commerce under GST, and
- The impact of select sectors.