GST Registration

Goods and Service (GST) is a single and comprehensive tax on the supply of goods and services across India, right from the manufacturer to the Consumer.

GST Registration


GST is a single comprehensive tax on the supply of goods and services across India, right from the manufacturer to the Consumer. GST is applicable to the whole of India except the state of Jammu & Kashmir. GST would be levied on Supply of goods and services or both and hence the present prevalent concepts of levy of Excise Duty on manufacture, VAT on sales, Central sales Tax on sales, Service tax on services, Entry tax on entry of goods in local area would no longer be in existence.

Who is Liable for GST Registration?

Every person needs to get registered under GST in the state from where he makes taxable supply of goods and/or services, if his aggregate turnover in a financial year exceeds Rs.20 Lakhs (Rs.10 Lakhs in North Eastern States including Sikkim)

Generally, the liability to register under GST arises when you are a supplier within the meaning of the term, and also your aggregate turnover in the financial year is above the Exemption threshold of Rs.20 lakh rupees. However, the GST law enlists certain categories of suppliers who are required to get compulsory registration irrespective of their turnover that is to say, the threshold exemption of 20 lakh is not available to them. 

The Following suppliers are required to obtain GST Registration compulsorily irrespective of the size of their turnover are:

  • Inter-state suppliers
  • A person receiving supplies on which tax is payable by recipient on reverse charge basis
  • Casual taxable person who is not having fixed place of business in the State or Union Territory from where he wants to make supply
  • Non-resident taxable persons who are not having fixed place of business in India
  • A person who supplies on behalf of some other taxable person (i.e. an Agent of some Principal)
  • E-commerce operators, who provide platform to the suppliers to supply through it
  • Suppliers who supply through an e-commerce operator
  • Those ecommerce operators who are notified as liable for GST payment under Section 9(5)
  • TDS Deductor
  • Those supplying online information and database access or retrieval services from outside India to a non-registered person in India.
  • Process of GST Registration


    Business Registration

    Before obtaining the GST Registration, the required business entity registration is required to be obtained except the case of Sole Proprietorship, The business to be registered as Partnership or One Person Company (OPC) or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) or as Private Limited Company. Sole Proprietorship does not require any specific registration before obtaining GST Registration.

    Business PAN

    Obtain PAN for the business. PAN is must for registering under GST. In case of sole proprietorship, the PAN of Individual is enough

    Opening Current Account

    A current Account is required to be opened and the details of Current Account Number and Bank details are mandatory for obtaining GST Registration.

    Online Application to ww.gst.gov.in

    Submit application online at ww.gst.gov.in with documents required for GST Registration

    Obtaining Application Reference Number (ARN)

    On successful filing of Application, an Application Reference Number (ARN) will be generated by the GST Portal. With the ARN, we can track

    Generation of User ID and Password at ww.gst.gov.in

    Once Registration is approved, generate a user id and Password at GST Portal

    Download the GST Registration Certificate

    GST Registration Certificate can be downloaded from GST Portal

    Requirements


    Business Registration

    Business to be registered as Partnership or Company or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). Sole Proprietorship does not require any business registration.

    Business PAN

    Obtain PAN for the business. In case of sole proprietorship, the PAN of Individual is enough

    Current Account

    Current Account details of Business are mandatory for obtaining GST Registration.

    Address Proof / Rental Agreement

    Electricity Bill or Tax Paid Receipt with the address and NOC From the Owner of Premises / Rental Agreement (Commercial Purpose) in Business Name

    Documents Required


    Business Registration

    The following are the documents for GST Registration

    • Incorporation Certificate Company / LLP

    • PAN of Company / LLP

    • Cancelled Cheque Leaf with Company name / Bank Statement

    Directors / Promotes

    • PAN and Address Proof of all the Promoters

    • Photograph of all the Promoters / Directors (jpeg format)

    • Authorisation letter to the Primary Signatory

    • Digital Signature Certificate Authorised Signatory / Signatories

    Business Address Proof

    • Electricity Bill or Tax Paid Receipt with the address and NOC From the Owner of Premises / Rental Agreement (Commercial Purpose) in Business Name

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    Frequently Asked Questions on GST Registration

    What is GST?

    GST stand for Goods and Service Tax. It is a single and comprehensive tax on the supply of goods and services across India, right from the manufacturer to the Consumer. GST is applicable to the whole of India except the state of Jammu & Kashmir.

    Who is liable for GST Registration?

    Every person needs to get registered under GST in the state from where he makes taxable supply of goods and/or services, if his aggregate turnover in a financial year exceeds Rs.20 Lakhs (Rs.10 Lakhs in North Eastern States including Sikkim)

    When is GST Registration Applicable?

    Every person needs to get registered under GST in the state from where he makes taxable supply of goods and/or services, if his aggregate turnover in a financial year exceeds Rs.20 Lakhs.

    How can I get GST number?

    An application is to be filed online with GST Portal with required business registration details and supporting documents. GST Department will review the application. On approval of application, hte GST Certificate can be downloaded from the portal.

    How many days it will take to get GST number?

    When all the required documents are submitted online, generally it takes 4-5 days for approval from GST Portal. If the documents are defective, the process may be delayed further.

    What documents are required for GST registration?

    The following are the documents for GST Registration

    1. Incorporation Certificate Company / LLP

    2. PAN of Company / LLP

    3. Cancelled Cheque Leaf with Company name / Bank Statement

    4. Directors / Promotes

    5. PAN and Address Proof of all the Promoters

    6.Photograph of all the Promoters / Directors (jpeg format)

    7. Authorisation letter to the Primary Signatory

    8. Digital Signature Certificate Authorised Signatory / Signatories

    9. Business Address Proof - Electricity Bill or Tax Paid Receipt with the address and NOC From the Owner of Premises / Rental Agreement (Commercial Purpose) in Business Name

    Who is exempted from Registration?

    The following persons shall not be liable to registration, namely:–

    1. any person engaged exclusively in the business of supplying goods or services or both that are not liable to tax or wholly exempt from tax under this Act or under the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act;

    2. An agriculturist, to the extent of supply of produce out of cultivation of land.

    3. The Government may, on the recommendations of the Council, by notification, specify the category of persons who may be exempted from obtaining registration under this Act.

    What is the ARN number in GST?

    Application Reference Number (ARN) is a unique number assigned by the GST portal after successful submission of a transaction at GST Portal. ARN will be generated on successful submission of an application for registration with GST Portal.

    Can ARN be used for GST Billing?

    No. Application Reference Number (ARN) is only a reference / confirmation that the application is filed for GST Registration.

    What are the contents of GSTIN?

    Goods and Services Tax Identification Number-GSTIN is a 15-digit State wise and PAN based unique code issued by the GST Portal to each registration. The format of 15 digit GSTIN is as follows:

    First 2 Digits - State Code

    3-12 Digits - PAN number of a business

    13th Digit - Number of registrations of a business entity within a state. It will be an alpha numeric number (1-9 and A-Z) depends on the number of registrations.

    14th Digit - It will be by default as Z.

    15th Digit - A check code which is be used for detection of errors.

    After GST Registration, Is it mandatory to add GST to bill when the turnover is less than Rs.20 lakhs?

    Yes. Though the turnover is less that Rs.20 Lakhs, businesses will be compelled to obtain GST Registration on customer requirements for vendor empanelment. In that case, it is mandatory to add GST to bills and collect and pay the same to Government even if the company does not come under GST bracket as per business turnover criteria.

    Is there any fee payable for obtaining GST Registration?

    No. There is no fee payable to the GST Department for obtaining the Registration.

    GST Registration

    Rs.6000.00

    Rs.4999.00

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    Rs.7999.00

    Rs.4999.00

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