Paper 19 – Indirect Tax Laws and Practice (CMA Final Group IV) by CA Raghav Goel

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs):
Q. What are indirect tax laws?

A. Indirect tax laws refer to regulations governing taxes imposed on goods and services rather than directly on income or profits. In the context of CMA Final exam preparation, understanding indirect tax laws is crucial as it forms a significant part of the syllabus. These laws encompass various taxes like Goods and Services Tax (GST) and customs duty. Enrolling in CMA Final Indirect Tax Law and Practice by CA Raghav Goel Sir can be beneficial for CMA Final students as his courses provide comprehensive guidance and preparation made specifically for success in navigating complex indirect tax laws, helping students effectively prepare for the exam.

Q. What is the role of CMA in GST?

A. Cost and Management Accountants (CMAs) play a crucial role in Goods and Services Tax (GST) by assisting businesses in tax compliance, advisory services for tax optimization, conducting GST audits to ensure adherence to regulations, and providing training on GST laws. Additionally, CMAs advise on input tax credit optimization and transaction structuring to minimize tax liabilities. Enrolling in CA Raghav Goel Sir’s CMA Final Indirect Tax Laws and Practice classes can benefit CMAs as his courses offer comprehensive preparation made for for exploring GST complexities, including GST audit procedures and compliance requirements, enhancing their proficiency in this area. So, do check it out!

Q. Can CMA do GST audit?

A. In India, the Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Act, 2017 authorizes Cost and Management Accountants (CMAs) to conduct GST audits under Section 35(5). However, there are certain conditions and eligibility criteria that CMAs need to fulfill to be eligible to perform GST audits. So, to learn most about GST, enroll in CA Raghav Goel Sir’s Indirect Tax Laws and Practice lectures.


About Faculty

CA Raghav Goel is a highly esteemed and qualified Chartered Accountant who has not only achieved excellence in his field but also dedicated himself to imparting knowledge to aspiring CA and CMA students. His passion for teaching is reflected in the genuine love and admiration he receives from his students. With a wealth of practical experience and a deep understanding of the intricacies of the accounting and finance profession, CA Raghav Goel is known for making complex concepts accessible and understandable to his students. His teaching style goes beyond textbooks, incorporating real-world examples and case studies to provide a holistic learning experience. His commitment to the success of his students, combined with his approachable and supportive demeanor, has earned him a reputation as a beloved and respected figure in the education community. As a mentor, CA Raghav Goel not only imparts technical knowledge but also instills a sense of confidence and professionalism in his students, preparing them not just for exams but for successful careers in the dynamic world of finance and accounting.


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