Sales Taxation System in India


Dr. Suneeta Raju Malagimani from Haradagatti currently residing in Honnavar, Karnataka state, obtained her PhD in Commerce from Swami Vivekanand University Sagar, Madhya Pradesh India. Received her Master of Commerce in Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College Honnavar, India. She has guided many students for their research work. Her current book is SALES TAXATION SYSTEM IN INDIA. She has published many articles in national and international journals. Worked as an assistant professor at Government first grade College Hannover. An innovative and knowledgeable professional having 3 years’ experience as a lecturer. Proficient in developing new lessons and activities to expand learning opportunities.



Taxation is one of the principal sources of public finance and is a compelling apparatus for the public authority to use the taxation incomes for equity and equity. The requirement for transforming the current taxation structure by the middle and states with the end goal of widening the expense base, limiting distortionary impacts and expansions in cost and simultaneously working on the value of the system has been perceived which prompted the presentation of VAT in 2005 lastly GST in 2017.

Parts momentarily acquaint us with the development of the taxation system in India ,changes in the current assessment structure and the accomplishments and difficulties thereon ,how VAT and GST capacities and their different angles ,monetary impacts of general sales charge and the financial federalism.

Without charges, governments would not be able to fulfill the needs of their social orders. Expenses are essential since governments gather this cash and use it to finance social tasks of Health, Education, and Governance etc.

Aside from social tasks, governments likewise use cash gathered from expenses to finance areas that are urgent for the prosperity of their residents like security, logical exploration, ecological assurance, and so on. Besides, charges can influence the condition of financial development of a country. Duties by and large add to the (GDP) of a country. In light of this commitment, charges assist with prodding monetary development which thus has a far reaching influence on the nation’s economy; increasing the expectation of living, expanding position creation, etc. Taxes assist with increasing the expectation of living in a country. “The higher the way of life, the more grounded and higher the degree of utilization in all likelihood is.”

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