GST Bill Advantages and Disadvantages in India

 GST Bill Advantages and Disadvantages 

we all know that GST Bill in Rajya Sabha is Passed on 3rd August 2016. Now, this Bill is in the process to Make a Law in India after a certain process.  As of Now the Tax rates and the process of it are not Cleared. Therefore India is not cleared about the GST Bill advantages and disadvantages.

once the act will applicable there are many products which will be cheaper. On the other hand, some of the products will be costlier. We have to pay more to purchase those products. Price Factor is the main points why merits and demerits of Gst Bill are in News.

Like all the other things there are some pros and cons of GST bill. This will clarify only after the final draft of the bill. final Draft of the bill will clear after the approval of GST council.  Just wait for some time to come to know what exactly will be the tax rates of GST in India.


GST Bill Advantages and Disadvantages are as follows:

GST Bill Advantages and Disadvantages

Advantages of GST Bill

This model is a single Tax model and Tax on Tax will be removed. Many Indirect Taxes will be merged as Single Tax.

After the implication of Goods and Service Tax act India will be one market.

  All the products and services will be provided at the same price in all the states. As the rate of tax will be same in all over India.This is the Biggest advantages of GST bill in India. After This, the tax is not applicable on manufacturing hand. So for manufacturers, it is easy to grow their business and develop it.

 Now Excise and some other taxes are applicable at the manufacturing Point. After this these will applicable at consumption point.This system will effect the evasion and theft of Tax will be minimized as it is easy to track. This may be the demerit of GST for Tax Evaders.

All the Products where multiple taxes where applicable will be cheaper like excise duty and vat both will come to about 30% of Tax but in GST it is assumed to be 18-20%. Above were the advantages of GST bill and now I will show you some Disadvantages of GST bill in India. This is the losses which will effect you only in short term and may not be painful for you in the long run if the system will work properly.

 Disadvantages of GST Bill in India

The Service Tax in India is now 15% but the proposed GST is about 18-20%. All the services will be Costlier and this one of the Disadvantages of GST Bill on Common Person.

There are some retail products where the Tax rate is only 4 percent but with GST it will be costlier like
Garments and cloths.

The control on business will be of state and central government so it may be some complex for the businessman.

All credits will be online and some penalties are like criminal activity. So it is threatening for the small businessman who is now free from Taxes.

GST is also having three type of taxes and all have to be maintained and this not going too easy for small Businessman.

Above are the GST Bill advantages and disadvantages in India and as per me, it will be more comfortable than the existing Tax Process in India.

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13 thoughts on “GST Bill Advantages and Disadvantages in India

  • August 18, 2016 at 8:15 am

    GST is a very good step in India and i thing there may be some disadvantages of it because of change of system and new type of tax. people may take time to adopt the same but it will relief them from many other indirect taxes

  • September 21, 2016 at 5:43 pm

    There are many advantages and disadvantages of GST Bill. what ever you have posted is really nice but please let me know what will be the rate of GST?

  • September 22, 2016 at 6:47 pm

    First meeting if gst council is held today on 22nd sept for setting up policies. All advantages and disadvantage of gst will be cleared after that

  • September 23, 2016 at 6:48 pm

    Gst council meeting had over today. Will it be beneficial or disadvantage for gst future

  • September 29, 2016 at 9:03 am

    what do you think about the apply timing of the GST. Do you think GST will apply from april 2017

  • October 19, 2016 at 8:20 am

    Thanks for sharing this valuable information.

  • April 26, 2017 at 9:29 am

    Everything is very open with a precise clarification of the issues. It was definitely informative. Your website is very helpful. Thanks for sharing!|


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