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Question
What is CST ?
 Question Submitted By :: Accounting-General
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Answer
# 1
CST MEANING CENTRAL SALES TAX 
Is This Answer Correct ?    30 Yes 3 No
Rajan
 
Answer
# 2
In India there are 35 States and Union Territories. If the
purchases or sales are between two dealers within the
state/Unior Territory i.e. both seller or buyer are in same
stateUnior Territory the business transaction will be
called as intra-state transactions i.e. local purchase or
local sales.
If a dealer sells or purchases goods from a dealer outside
the state the purchases or sales will be called inter-state
purchases or inter-state sales and such transactions will
be assessed under the Central Sales Tax Act 1956. Thus the
transactions between two dealers from different states were
governed by Central Sales Tax Act 1956 and tax levied on
such transactions is called Central Sales Tax i.e. CST.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    14 Yes 0 No
Abhivirthi
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
CST Stands For Central Sales Tax in inter State purchases
have charge of vat and purchase of relating from other
states charge duty CST Instead Of Vat.
 
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Syed Shakir Ali
 
Answer
# 4
CST where as stands for Central Sales Tax, which is under
inter state sales and purchases. this tax@ 2% its depend
upon commodity.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    4 Yes 1 No
Rajanikanth
 
Answer
# 5
Tax charges on interstate sale 
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Yadunandan
 
Answer
# 6
CST where as stands for Central Sales Tax, which is under
inter state sales and purchases.
 
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Paresh
 
Answer
# 7
CENTRAL SALES TAX 
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Raju
 
Answer
# 8
Central Standard Time 
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Swati Malik
 
Answer
# 9
cst ventral sales tax 
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Rayguru
 
Answer
# 10
central standard time 
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Swati Malik
 

 
 
 
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