Forward charge also known as direct charge is the process where the dealer of any commodity or a service is liable to pay the tax. It is the tax responsibility of the supplier of goods and services to impose tax on the beneficiary of goods and services and to pay the same to the government. For example, if a chartered accountant provides service to his customer or client then the service tax is payable by the chartered accountant and not vice versa.
GST, a unified tax regime for indirect taxes. This is perhaps the biggest tax reform in the regime of indirect taxes as it succeeds a number of indirect taxes that are applicable under the current regime.
The taxation framework in India is about to experience a radical shift once the GST (Goods and Services Tax) system takes over.
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