ICAI conducting online survey on GST Implementation in India
2 years have passed since implementation of GST in India. While many feel that the GST has facilitated ease of doing business, reduce interaction with the Government Officials, ease of compliance etc., those holding opposite views are also not less in numbers.
In order to facilitate the Governing Body and other stakeholders, ICAI is conducting an online survey on the entire gamut of GST to find out the achievement, glitches and area which needs attention going forward.
The survey is however not limited to chartered accountants and even a non member/students can also participate in it.
The survey would be published as research paper by Sep, 2019 for the information of various stakeholders .
The Survey is comprised of following 25 questions with multiple choice answers. For a negative response, further choice is to be made specifying the reason.
The link to take the ICAI online survey on GST Implementation is as under:
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