GST: All that you need to know about the newest & biggest tax reform in India
Goods and Services Tax better known as GST in India, is a new and comprehensive tax to be levied on sales, manufacturing
and consumption of services and goods across the nation. Referred to as one of the biggest tax reforms in the country, GST
is expected to bring together state economies and improve overall economic growth of the nation.
Both the Central as well as State governments are set to impose GST on all services and goods produced, manufactured and imported in India. Exports are not subject to GST. As of now, the proposal is for two tax rates at both State and Central levels
for the initial two years, which would be merged into a single tax rate in the third financial year.
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Government and Industry Regulatory agencies as well as market expectations are placing an ever increasing compliance burden on banking, financial and other organisations.
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Consumer and Health Groups Urge Federal Government to Mandate Standardized Information on Alcohol Labels
A coalition of public interest groups today called for the federal government to end 30 years of "deliberations and fact finding" by issuing a useful final regulation to require standardized labeling information on beer, wine and distilled spirits products.
At a news conference in Washington, members of a broad-based coalition of public health leaders and consumer advocacy organizations used the occasion of Alcohol Awareness Month to release a white paper laying out the need for an easy-to-read, standardized label that will provide consumers with complete information about alcohol and calorie content per serving. Issued as a nationwide call to action, the white paper concludes that easily accessible alcohol labeling can play an important role in reducing alcohol abuse, drunk driving, and the many diseases attributable to excessive alcohol intake, such as liver cirrhosis and cancers of the upper gastrointestinal tract.
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From the movie V for Vendetta (2006)
"E: Can I ask about what you said on the tele?
E: Did you mean it?
V: Every word.
E: You really think that blowing up the parliament is going to make this country a better place.
V: There is no certainty only opportunity.
E: I think that you can be pretty certain that if anyone does show up Creedy will black bag every one of them.
V: People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.
Evey: And you're going to make that happen by blowing up a building?
V: The building is a symbol, as is the act of destroying it. Symbols are given power by people. Alone, a symbol is meaningless, but with enough people, blowing up a building can change the world.
Evey: I wish I could believe that was possible."