Tax reforms in india 1991 2013 kristy ball loading unsubscribe from kristy ball tax systems in india . Described to provide a framework for analysing the indian tax reform experience section ii describes the indian tax system and the reform initiatives undertaken until the comprehensive tax reform exercise was taken up in 1991 the salient features of comprehensive tax reform since 1991 and its impact on revenues are analysed in section iii. The government appointed a tax reforms committee under prof raja chelliah to lay out agenda for reforming indias tax system this trc came up with three reports in 1991 1992 and 1993 with several measures which can be summarized in these points reforming the personal taxation system by reducing the marginal tax rates. Touted to be indias biggest tax reform in 70 years of independence and the most important overall reform in terms of ease of doing business since 1991 gst replaced a slew of indirect taxes with a unified tax structure and was therefore showcased as dramatically reshaping the countrys 25 trillion dollar economy. Tax reforms in india since 1991 there have been major changes in tax systems of countries with a wide variety of economic systems and levels of development during the last two decades the motivation for these reforms has varied from one country to another and the thrust of reforms has differed from time to time depending on the development strategy and philosophy of the times
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