Expanding Tax Net - Sweet shops across India

Most mid sweets/halwai shops of India are top tax evaders. They evade both gst and income tax on 95% of the sale they make.

Will the members of this circle tell Government how to get them. the Govt keeps going after middle class and authorized tax paying businesses.

Please go after these guys. Come up with an estimated sales number and tax them basis that. If they dont pay that much tax next year, tax them again. let them prove they didnt sell as much through their tax documents and sales receipts. Continue eventually they will get fed up and start keeping books. more  

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How about marriage halls (run as charitable trusts), Hospitals runs a colleges and trusts??? These should also be brought under the tax net. No one does charity today. more  
Yes the government should tax all these evaders, especially doctors in the large cities who charge between Rs.3000/- to Rs.5000/- for a consultation!!! This GST has been a headache for the government. Why did they state that they will return the money to the traders and businessmen. See the kind of frauds taking place. Stop the incentives and only collect the desired amount. Punish the offenders with such a high fee that they will be afraid to even try to avoid tax. more  
Bakery, Sweets and Fursan, Doctors are saving Tax but Authority is not taking care for this. more  
If they accept digital payments, is a bill still required? Many shops accept digital payments, but do not give a bill more  
Whenever a digital payment is accepted, seller has to account this in his book of accounts for his IT return. more  
Bakeries are money spinners with quick distribution on sale. more  
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