An open letter from Bharat Goenka
GST: Great or Gruesome

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  1. sanket agrwal August 7, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    Excellent Blog. I really want to admire the quality of this post. I like the way of your presentation of ideas, views and valuable content. No doubt you are doing great work. I’ll be waiting for your next post. Thanks .Keep it up!

  2. Download Imagine Dragons September 11, 2017 at 8:31 pm

    Good article. I am dealing with a few of these issues
    as well..

  3. Sunjjoy Bhandaari December 20, 2016 at 2:14 pm

    Dear Sir,
    For this why Government should take the tax before like prepaid mobile system and make online forms with every bill or as simple as a number from a govt department through sms. from this tax will be safe for both the government and the buyer and the bills will be always genuine. and with out online forms bill should not have any validity.

    1. RAMESH January 10, 2017 at 7:10 pm

      Because government have no infrastructure. They only need tax at any manner.

  4. Srinivasa Tadimari December 8, 2016 at 3:45 pm

    Hello Bharat Goenka, You Article on GST is well detailed and explained. Very informative to our customers who can now get an insight into GST and be well prepared for what we foresee when implemented

  5. LALIT KUMAR November 18, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    thanks SIr


  6. RKG (Raju Kumar Gupta) October 27, 2016 at 10:05 am

    Thank a lot for UPDATED info to GST and more…

  7. V.K.GUPTA ( VINOD KUMAR GUPTA) October 9, 2016 at 7:25 am

    Tally has started a good work to educate its users by holding sessions on GST (to be started w.e.f.1.4.2017 by govt. of India) at ground level ( means who really have to do practical work). Only yesterday I have attended one of such session where a very useful information is given to us at Panchkula ( Chandigarh) at ESBC SCF 7 2nd floor Panchkula. I would request to continue your educational programme till it is actually comes into force.

    Thanks a lot

    1. Tally Solutions October 10, 2016 at 4:33 am

      Thanks for your feedback. Yes, we are planning to conduct many such sessions across India.

  8. ldpareek September 13, 2016 at 4:18 am

    sir if tally starts to educate the enterpreneurs the process of shifting from existing system to GST and chalanges to be faced while shifting to GST

  9. m.krishnamoorthy September 12, 2016 at 4:56 pm

    Dear Mr. Goenka , well the GST is one of the and just beginning of the Global trade and Global accountability. The brain of all human being may not be restricted by merely showing the Aadhar card as base individual record to accountability in our reality Indian situations where we have high experience in corruption. Our human invented technology as robotic software which justify and provide 100% accuracy and also in multiple language and ready to adjust with growing technology at any extend in future.
    The combination of Aadhar not only sufficient and real time account once you have look into the history of numerical figures duly audited and certified by Robotic software besides the authentication by CA’s CWA’s CS’s and Govt. in general. Once we have identified the 700 crores all human beings finger print, iris analysis and signature and also the DNA if possible may be the true identification and can trace any where in the world who beneficiary really in one transaction for which the United contribution by each individual towards robotic software and correction there of on the basis of growing our needs and technology outstanding in linking all together at present by Air and sun light but in future with networking of human being through quantum technology, through neutrino particles technology where the natural organic things act as mass storage server for example tree which communicate each other from for away distance of 1000 of kms. Our Tally software ready to incorporate multi language portability to mobile with in built OS which has been through wireless network using organic based data server connected through the network directly read by mobile at present but in future through brain of each human being can view the transaction in a light speed and there will be no man has identity for the any development but benefit of equal to all our human beings in our mother Earth and beyond

  10. R Srivastava September 9, 2016 at 4:03 am

    The provision of dis-allowing input credit already exists in Delhi VAT. A monthly mis-match report on the VAT website lists which of our suppliers has not deposited VAT, and input credit claimed by us is therefore dis-allowed. We tell the suppliers to deposit the tax and file a revised return; normally it works, but if a suppler repeatedly defaults, we simply change the supplier.

    So I do not see why GST, in its present form, will create a problem. We are really looking forward to GST being implemented, as we can then select suppliers from all over India, instead of just Delhi

  11. Sathyendra, M M A , Bangalore September 8, 2016 at 1:50 pm

    Dear Sir
    Thanks for the valuable information, which seems very logical in the current situation

    We use Mac computers and we are finding it very difficult to work on Tally which works only on Windows
    When are you planning to introduce the Mac version please let us know

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