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Register for panel discussion on ‘GST 2.0: The changes and challenges for taxpayers’

Register for panel discussion on ‘GST 2.0: The changes and challenges for taxpayers’

    A series of on-ground and web-based events, ETRISE Dialogue aims to bring together various stakeholders of India Inc. who will deliberate on the state of business, technology, entrepreneurship, disruption and policy.

    Since the introduction of GST in India in 2017, it has seen several changes. Aimed typically at making things simpler and plugging leakages, the current form of GST is quite different from what it was during its launch.

    However, the year 2020 will see some of the most significant changes, with a new set of return filing forms coming into play from April next year. Another notable change would be a new system of e-invoicing. Given the backdrop, the next few months would be significant for taxpayers. To address the changes and to ensure taxpayers are aware of the modification, ETRISE Dialogues is holding a panel discussion on ‘GST 2.0: The changes and challenges for taxpayers’.

    Panel members would include prominent indirect tax experts and members from the SME community and the one hour session will see discussion on a range of issue around GST.

    Adding greater value to the SME community, the session on GST would be preceded by a session on ‘Overcoming challenges of Land, Labour & Capital’.

    MSMEs in the country face many challenges, but the primary issues center around availability of land, problems with labour and access to capital. In fact, these problems have persisted for decades and solutions have often proved elusive. The panel of experts will seek to find answers to these issues and come up with solutions to operate in a challenging environment.

    The business climate in India, although favorable, can benefit from further reforms. Continuous improvements in investment policies, liberal FDI policies, lowering of tax structures have brought some important gains. However, we need to take the benefit of globalization and transformation to the wider cross section and improve on governance infrastructure, business climate, skill development, environment and equality of growth.

    A series of on-ground and web-based events, ETRISE Dialogue aims to bring together various stakeholders of India Inc. who will deliberate on the state of business, technology, entrepreneurship, disruption and policy.

    With Union Bank of India as the Presenting partner, Care Rating as the Assessment partner and WASME as the Partner, this ETRISE Dialogue is scheduled for December 13, 2019 in Noida. Entry is free, but seats are limited and strictly available on a first come first serve basis.

    Source- Economic Times.

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