Freelancing is picking up in India with little or no set rules & regulations to keep a check on this upcoming industry. With the number of people choosing freelance as a full time profession, it is becoming clear that freelancing is no more a side-job or a hobby that people pursue during their free time. On the contrary, freelancing is evolving as a mainstream profession. With the advent of Good & Service Tax (GST), this industry is expected to be more organised and freelancers would be required to register under the GST (if exceeding the exemption limit).

In this blog, we will cover all the topics with respect to the GST for Freelancers. Our aim is to clear all confusions related to this subject and give you the necessary updates.

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