by Madhav Joshi
Posted on August 21, 2019
GST stands for Goods and Service Tax. Which has replaced other taxes like Service tax, Central Excise Duty, Customs duty, etc. The GST brought a uniform impact all over the country as every person be it directly or indirectly are under its impact, so in this article, we would come to know how freelancers come under the range of GST.
GST Registration in India:
Are “Freelancers” liable to be registered:
As per GST law, the compulsory registrations are necessary as mentioned below –
Applicability of GST for Freelancers:
The penalty in case of not registering for GST:
However, in case of failure of registration for GST, one will be liable for the following penalties for not registering the penalty to be paid is up to Rs. 25000 and per day Rs.100 for not filing the return.
Export Service under GST:
For example, you are a freelancer blogger then any blogging service that you provide outside India will be known as export of service. There are two ways under which the export of services is allowed:
The freelancing industry in India is in one of the most flourishing stages which lacks transparency and regulation. Where our country consists of many knowledgeable people who are very passionate about their writing skills and are well-established bloggers and freelancers and it has become the most paid sector.
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