Completely managed GST registration service until obtaining GSTIN with Expert Support and 1 year LEDGERS accounting software. Inclusive of all government fee and taxes.
The following documents must be submitted by regular taxpayers applying for GST registration.
- PAN card of the business
- Identity proof along with photographs
- Address proof of promoter
- Business registration document
- Business location proof
- Bank account proof
All About GST Registration
GST is the product of the biggest tax reform in India which has tremendously improved ease of doing business and increasing the taxpayer base in India by including millions of small businesses. Tax complexities would be reduced due to the abolishing and subsuming of multiple taxes into a single, simple system.
The new GST regime mandates that all entities involved in buying or selling goods or providing services or both are required to register and obtain GSTIN. Registration is mandatory once the entity crosses a minimum threshold turnover or when an individual starts a new business that is expected to cross the prescribed turnover.
Businesses are required to register for GST if they fall into one of the following criteria.
- Aggregate Turnover –
The Central Government has decided to provide two threshold limit for GST registration for suppliers of goods, Rs.20 lakhs and Rs.40 lakhs. However, each of the individual State Governments must decide on the threshold limit within a week as the State’s revenue is also tied to GST. This decision will now lead to various States having different GST threshold limits overtime.
Service providers will continue to be required to register for GST once they cross a turnover of Rs.20 lakhs and in case of Special Category States at Rs 10 lakhs.
- Inter-state Business –
In GST, the terms interstate and intrastate have tremendous significance in the determination of IGST, CGST or SGST. Interstate supply attracts IGST, while intrastate supply attracts CGST and SGST. In this article, we look at the definition of interstate supply and intrastate supply as per the GST Act.
- E-commerce platform –
GST has a major impact on ecommerce in India. With more and more commerce happening online, the Government has provided special provisions and regulations that ecommerce companies have to comply with under GST. In this article, we look at some of the faqs received from ecommerce operators with respect to GST.
- Casual taxable person –
All Casual taxable persons have been provided special treatment under GST. The GST Act defines as a casual taxable person as a person who occasionally undertakes transactions involving the supply of goods or services or both in the course or furtherance of business, whether as principal, agent or in any other capacity, in a State or a Union territory where the entity has no fixed place of business. Hence, persons running temporary businesses in fairs or exhibitions or seasonal businesses would fall under casual taxable person under GST. In this article, we look at GST registration for the casual taxable person.
- Voluntary Registration –
To support volunteer organisations and training institutions that provide support to Schedule Castes, Government of India (GoI) introduced Scheme of Grant-in-Aid to Voluntary Organisations and NGOs. The scheme for the schedule caste is supported by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MoSJ&E) to provide a platform for the SCs to learn new skills to improve their chances of employment in any sector.
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