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Goods And Services Tax (GST) Registration

@ just Rs. 500/- (all inclusive)

Goods and Service Tax (GST) was introduced in India w.e.f. 01st July 2017. With the introduction of GST various other Indirect Taxes ceased to be levied. Such taxes are Central Excise, Central Sales Tax, Value Added Taxes (VAT), Service Tax, Entertainment Tax etc. A major reason for introducing GST is the easier procedure of tax system in India. Another aim was to remove the impact of dual taxation on the same services and goods. For example, in earlier law, if a trader sells goods then he has to pay VAT on the sale amount but he was not eligible to claim input of central excise paid while purchasing the said goods, resulting in higher cost to the end consumer. Further, the intention of the legislature was to implement the one national tax which is beneficial to attract the Foreign Direct Investment.  

WHO REQUIRES GST REGISTRATION   

Every person/organisation/company who is engaged in the business of supplying taxable goods or taxable services is supposed to get themselves registered if their turnover exceeds Rs. 40 lakh, if they are engaged in absolute selling of goods, or Rs. 20 lakh in other cases. However, the limit of Rs. 40 lakh or Rs. 20 lakh is Rs. 20 lakh or 10 Lakh for special category of states.

Special categories of states under GST are:

  • State of Arunachal Pradesh
  • State of Assam
  • State of Jammu & Kashmir
  • State of Manipur
  • State of Meghalaya
  • State of Mizoram
  • State of Nagaland
  • State of Sikkim
  • State of Tripura
  • State of Himachal Pradesh
  • State of Uttarakhand 

However in following cases, Compulsory registration is required: 

  • Those paying tax under the reverse charge mechanism (RCM). Persons are specified through notification who are required to pay tax under Reverse Charge Mechanism.
  • Person supplying online information and database access or retrieval services from a place outside India to a person in India, other than a registered taxable person
  • Persons making any inter-State taxable supply. However, in case of services, if turnover of business is less than Rs. 20/10 lakh, then they are not required to get registration even if supplying inter-state services. 
  • Casual taxable persons making taxable supply. In the case of casual taxable people who are supplying handicraft goods in other states, they are only required to get GST registration if their aggregate turnover exceeds Rs. 20 lakhs.
  • Persons who are required to pay tax under the sub-section (5) of section 9.
  • Non-resident taxable persons making taxable supplies.
  • Persons who are required to deduct taxes under section 51, whether or not separately registered under this Act
  • Persons who make taxable supply of goods or services or both on behalf of other taxable persons whether as an agent or otherwise
  • Input Service Distributor, whether or not separately registered under this Act
  • persons who supply goods or services or both, other than supplies specified under sub-section (5) of section 9, through such electronic commerce operator who is required to collect tax at source under section 52
  • Every electronic commerce operator. However, if a person is supplying Services through the platform of e-commerce operator then they are only required to get GST registration if their aggregate turnover exceeds Rs. 20/10 lakh.

 If a person falls on the above list, then no matter what their aggregate turnover is, they have to get compulsory GST registration.  

 FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO GET GST REGISTRATION.

  • If a person is supplying only exempted goods or services, then he is not required to take GST registration. 
  • If a person is supplying only agricultural produce, i.e. an agriculturist, is exempted from getting GST registration.

Scope of work

eTaxClub.com can serve you to get your GST registration anywhere in India.

Our GST matters expert will make you understand the documents requirements and will keep you updated during the process of GST registration. If there is any confusion regarding GST then feel free to reach us for free consultation on GST  matters.

Advantages

Abolition of various indirect taxes

Introduction of GST has removed various other indirect taxes, therefore, compliance burden is less on businessmen. Now, in place of many takes like central excise, VAT, central sales tax etc, they only have to fulfil compliances of GST only

Lawful Identification

By obtaining GST registration, a business becomes legal to sell or purchase goods or to supply services

Reduced Cost

Due to less compliance and un-interrupted flow of input credit, the cost of compliance and cost of the product has been reduced.

Benefits of threshold

In the earlier regime, service tax registration was mandatory if turnover exceeds Rs. 9 lakh and VAT registration was mandatory if turnover of sales exceeds Rs. 5 lakh (Threshold of VAT varies state to state) but in GST threshold is Rs. 20/10 lakh. So an increased threshold is beneficial for small organisations or start-ups to avoid extensive tax compliance.

Reduced Corruption

In GST all departmental communications are GST portal bases, i.e. faceless. It reduces corruption.

Uniform Taxation

Rules and regulation of GST apply to the whole of India, so there is uniformity in maintaining books of accounts and paying tax.

Reduction in transportation costs

GST has eliminated various entry and octory taxes which has reduced the cost of goods transportation

Authorisation to claim Input Tax Credit

When a person receives goods and services from another registered person then the supplier receives GST from the recipient. If the recipient wants to receive the benefit of an Input Tax Credit paid to the supplier then the recipient has to get GST registration.

Tracking of tax paid to supplier

In GST if a purchase pays tax to a supplier of goods or services, then through GST portal he can track whether the supplier has actually paid tax to the government that collected it from him.

Documents Required

This is all we need from you

                                                For Proprietor: 

BASIS

DOCUMENT REQUIRED

DOCUMENT TYPE

Proof of legal entity

PAN card copy required.

NA

Photo by Proprietor

Colored Passport photo size of proprietor (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Aadhar Card Copy

Both side of aadhar card of proprietor

NA

Document for principal place of business

The following documents are required:

·         Latest Electricity Bill (max size 100KB)

·         Municipal Khata copy  (max size 100KB)

·         Property tax receipt (max size 100KB)

·         Any other legal ownership document (max size 1 MB)

·         Rent/Lease agreement, If premises is rented(max size 2 MB)

·         No Objection Certificate,  If premises is consented (max size 100KB)

 

 

 

JPG,PDF

                                                   For Partnership:

BASIS

DOCUMENT REQUIRED

DOCUMENT TYPE

Proof of legal entity

PAN card copy  of the partnership firm and all partners required. required.

NA

Deed

Partnership deed copy is required. (Max size 1 MB)

JPG,PDF

Photo by Partners

Colored Passport size photo of all partners. (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Aadhar Card Copy

Both side of aadhar card of all partners.

NA

Photo by Authorised Person

Colored Passport size photo of authorised person (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Resolution

Copy of resolution passed by partners in favour of authorised partners to submit GST registration applications. (Max size 100KB)

JPG,PDF

Document for principal place of business

The following documents are required:

·         Latest Electricity Bill (max size 100KB)

·         Municipal Khata copy  (max size 100KB)

·         Property tax receipt (max size 100KB)

·         Any other legal ownership document (max size 1 MB)

·         Rent/Lease agreement, If premises is rented(max size 2 MB)

·         No Objection Certificate,  If premises is consented (max size 100KB)

 

 

 

JPG,PDF

                                      For Private Limited Company

BASIS

DOCUMENT REQUIRED

DOCUMENT TYPE

Proof of legal entity

Copy of Certificate of Information of the Company. ( Max size 1MB)

JPG,PDF

Photo by Partners

Colored Passport size photo of all directors. (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Aadhar Card Copy

Both side of aadhar card of all directors.

NA

Photo by Authorised Person

Colored Passport size photo of authorised person (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Resolution

Copy of the resolution passed by board of directors in favour of the authorised director to submit GST registration application. (Max size 100KB)

JPG,PDF

Document for principal place of business

The following documents are required:

·         Latest Electricity Bill (max size 100KB)

·         Municipal Khata copy  (max size 100KB)

·         Property tax receipt (max size 100KB)

·         Any other legal ownership document (max size 1 MB)

·         Rent/Lease agreement, If premises is rented(max size 2 MB)

·         No Objection Certificate,  If premises is consented (max size 100KB)

 

 

 

JPG,PDF

 

 

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FAQs

It is not possible. Without holding GST registration, a person cannot collect GST from their customers

  • In case, GST registration is applied within 30 days from the date the applicant becomes liable to receive GST registration, then the date of registration shall be the date of eligibility to take GST registration. For example, if a person becomes liable to receive GST registration on 15th June 2020 then he applies for GST registration on 25th June 2020. GST granted on 30th June 2020. In this case, the date of registration shall be deemed to be 15th June 2020.
  • In case, GST registration is applied 30 days from the date the applicant becomes liable to receive GST registration then the date of registration shall be the date on which GST registration is issued.
  • If case of voluntary registration, the date of registration shall be the date on which GST registration is issued.

Every person/organisation/company, who is engaged in business of supplying taxable goods or taxable services are supposed to get themselves registered if their aggregate turnover exceeds Rs. 40 lakh if they are engaged in absolute selling of goods or Rs. 20 lakh in other cases. However, this limit of Rs. 40 lakh or Rs. 20 lakh is Rs. 20 lakh or 10 lakh for special categories of states.

Aggregate turnover including the value of all below:

  • all taxable supplies, i.e., the supplies on which GST is payable and not exempted by notification.
  • all exempt supplies, i.e., supplies that are taxable, but through notification, these are exempted from payment of tax.
  • exports of goods and/or services. For export of Goods and/or services, GST is not payable, but while computing the aggregate turnover, the value of exports made has to be included.  and,
  • all inter-state supplies of a person having the same PAN, i.e., branch transfer.

Turnover shall be computed on an all India basis and does not include the value of CGST, SGST and UTGST

In following cases, Compulsory registration is required:

  • Those paying tax under the reverse charge mechanism (RCM). Persons are specified through notification who is required to pay tax under the Reverse Charge Mechanism.
  • Person supplying online information and database access or retrieval services from a place outside India to a person in India, other than a registered taxable person
  • Persons making any inter-State taxable supply. However, in the case of services, if turnover of business is less than Rs. 20/10 lakh, then they are not required to get registration even if supplying inter-state services. 
  • Casual taxable persons making taxable supply. In case of casual taxable persons who are supplying handicraft goods in other states, they are only required to get GST registration if their aggregate turnover exceeds Rs. 20 lakh.
  • Persons who are required to pay tax under the sub-section (5) of section 9.
  • Non-resident taxable persons making taxable supplies.
  • Persons who are required to deduct taxes under section 51, whether or not separately registered under this Act
  • Persons who make taxable supply of goods or services or both on behalf of other taxable persons whether as an agent or otherwise
  • Input Service Distributor, whether or not separately registered under this Act
  • persons who supply goods or services or both, other than supplies specified under sub-section (5) of section 9, through such an electronic commerce operator who is required to collect tax at source under section 52
  • Every electronic commerce operator

If a person falls on the above list, then no matter what their aggregate turnover is, he has to get compulsory GST registration.

As per provisions of the Act, if a person is running his business in more than one state then he has to get himself registered in every state if he is liable to be registered. 

Yes, you can get registration voluntarily but once registration is granted then you have to follow all rules and regulations as you become a taxable person after taking registration.

GST registration is PAN based. Therefore, it is impossible to get GST registration without PAN.

GST registration will be granted within 3 working days from the date of submission of GST application, if aadhar validation is done. If Aadhar validation is not done then it takes 60 working days subject to the visit of a GST officer

GST registration is once granted is perpetual unless it is applied for cancellation by the taxable person, revoked or cancelled by the GST officer.

Yes. A person can mention more than one place of business. One is a principal place of business and others as an additional place of businesses

In case of body corporates it can only be signed through digital signature only. In other cases, it is signed through EVC.

If after reviewing the documents uploaded, GST officer wants any clarification then he will issue a notice within 3 working days through the common portal.

Yes. If he is not satisfied with the documents uploaded then he will issue a notice within 3 working days through the common portal. After serving notice, the applicant has a time of 7 working days to reply. If the applicant does not reply within 7 working days then his registration application will be rejected automatically. If he replies and the GST officer will pass the order to reject the application

DOCUMENT REQUIRED FOR GST REGISTRATION

  • For Proprietor: 

BASIS

DOCUMENT REQUIRED

DOCUMENT TYPE

Proof of legal entity

PAN card copy required.

NA

Photo by Proprietor

Colored Passport photo size of proprietor (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Aadhar Card Copy

Both side of aadhar card of proprietor

NA

Document for principal place of business

The following documents are required:

·         Latest Electricity Bill (max size 100KB)

·         Municipal Khata copy  (max size 100KB)

·         Property tax receipt (max size 100KB)

·         Any other legal ownership document (max size 1 MB)

·         Rent/Lease agreement, If premises is rented(max size 2 MB)

·         No Objection Certificate,  If premises is consented (max size 100KB)

 

 

 

 

 

 

JPG,PDF

 

  • For Partnership:

BASIS

DOCUMENT REQUIRED

DOCUMENT TYPE

Proof of legal entity

PAN card copy  of the partnership firm and all partners required. required.

NA

Deed

Partnership deed copy is required. (Max size 1 MB)

JPG,PDF

Photo by Partners

Colored Passport size photo of all partners. (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Aadhar Card Copy

Both side of aadhar card of all partners.

NA

Photo by Authorised Person

Colored Passport size photo of authorised person (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Resolution

Copy of resolution passed by partners in favour of authorised partners to submit GST registration applications. (Max size 100KB)

JPG,PDF

Document for principal place of business

The following documents are required:

·         Latest Electricity Bill (max size 100KB)

·         Municipal Khata copy  (max size 100KB)

·         Property tax receipt (max size 100KB)

·         Any other legal ownership document (max size 1 MB)

·         Rent/Lease agreement, If premises is rented(max size 2 MB)

·         No Objection Certificate,  If premises is consented (max size 100KB)

 

 

 

 

 

JPG,PDF

 

  • For Private Limited Company

BASIS

DOCUMENT REQUIRED

DOCUMENT TYPE

Proof of legal entity

Copy of Certificate of Information of the Company. ( Max size 1MB)

JPG,PDF

Photo by Partners

Colored Passport size photo of all directors. (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Aadhar Card Copy

Both side of aadhar card of all directors.

NA

Photo by Authorised Person

Colored Passport size photo of authorised person (Max size 100KB)

JPG

Resolution

Copy of the resolution passed by board of directors in favour of the authorised director to submit GST registration application. (Max size 100KB)

JPG,PDF

Document for principal place of business

The following documents are required:

·         Latest Electricity Bill (max size 100KB)

·         Municipal Khata copy  (max size 100KB)

·         Property tax receipt (max size 100KB)

·         Any other legal ownership document (max size 1 MB)

·         Rent/Lease agreement, If premises is rented(max size 2 MB)

·         No Objection Certificate,  If premises is consented (max size 100KB)

 

 

 

 

 

 

JPG,PDF

 

 

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