Abhishek A Rastogi

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Business Standard India
Big GST reset: Only 50 items stay in 28% slab, eating out to get cheaperexpect that government will further slash tax rates by moving from four tax sla
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
expect that government will further slash tax rates by moving from four tax slabs to fewer rates or even a single one.” Abhishek A Rastogi, Partner, Khaitan & Co, said it appeared that after this mass rate reductions various anti-profiteering... Read more
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Business Standard India
Eating out set to be cheaper after biggest GST revamp: All you need to knowthat Government will further slash tax rates by moving from 4-tier tax slabs to
Business Standard India / Posted 10 days ago
that Government will further slash tax rates by moving from 4-tier tax slabs to lesser slabs or even single GST rate". Abhishek A Rastogi of Khaitan & Co said while it was expected that there will be rate cuts, it was never expected that the... Read more
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The Hindu
GST Council cuts rate on majority of items in 28% slab: Bihar FMCouncil has taken a significant populist measure to substantially trim down the
The Hindu / Posted 10 days ago
Council has taken a significant populist measure to substantially trim down the list, which attracted 28% GST rate," Abhishek A Rastogi, Partner at Khaitan and Co. said in a note. "While it was expected that there will be rate cuts, it was... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
A year into demonetisation, big data taxman’s new weapon in fight against black moneymeasures tend to be intrusive in the beginning. “Both demonetisation and Goods
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 12 days ago
measures tend to be intrusive in the beginning. “Both demonetisation and Goods and Service Tax will certainly have positive impact on the economy in the long run as leakages will be tracked and traced,” said Abhishek A Rastogi, Partner, Khaitan &... Read more
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Business Standard India
GST collections rise to Rs 92,150 crore in Septemberyet to emerge. We are seeing Rs 93000-94000 crore monthly collections. That has
Business Standard India / Posted 26 days ago
yet to emerge. We are seeing Rs 93000-94000 crore monthly collections. That has been consistently maintained,” he added. Abhishek A Rastogi of Khaitan & Co. said these numbers would certainly increase in the months to come as the compliance level... Read more
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