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Who is liable to pay taxes?

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    sugandha khelkar

    Who is liable to pay taxes in GST?


    Vaishali Dhameja

    The supplier of goods or services is liable to pay GST, generally. In specific cases like imports and other notified supplies, the liability could be transferred to the recipient under the reverse charge mechanism. Further, in some informed cases of intra-state supply of services, the liability to pay GST may be put on e-commerce operators who are involved in the supply of those services. Government Departments which making payments to vendors beyond a specified limit [2.5 Lakh under one contract as per Section 51(1)(d)] are required to deduct tax at source and E-commerce operators have to collect tax at source on the net value [i.e. aggregate value of taxable supplies of goods and/or services but excluding that value of services on which the operator is made liable to pay GST under Section 9(5) of the CGST Act, 2017] of supplies made through them and deposit it with the Government

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