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GST is a transformational tax reform in our country since independence. All the existing indirect taxes being currently levied by Central and State Governments will be subsumed under GST. GST can be termed as “One Tax, One Nation and One Market”. GST is a highly compliance driven law.

GST stands for Goods and Services Tax which is concurrent levy of taxes on “Supply” of goods and services. GST in India will be dual system, where the Central and State together will levy tax on supply of goods and / or services, within the State (Intra-State) and Inter-State.

The current indirect tax system with multiplicity of taxes (Central Levy:-excise duty, Service Tax, Various Cess and State Levies:- VAT, Entry Tax, Octroi, Luxury Tax, Entertainment taxes, Purchase Tax etc.) – at different rates – at multiple points ( at the time of manufacture, trade, rendering services etc.). This has led to several inefficiencies and limitation. One of the major limitation is the cascading effect of tax. Under the current regime, Excise charged by the manufacturer on billing to a Dealer, the credit of input cannot be claimed by a dealer, and thus forming part of cost to dealer which leads to cascading of tax. Under GST the credit utilization will be available across the supply chain till it reaches the end consumer. Secondly, tax on tax is eliminated. Example:- Under the current tax regime, VAT is charged on the assessable value plus on Excise duty.

Under the new GST regime, all entities involved in buying or selling goods or providing services or both are required to register for GST. Entities without GST registration would not be allowed to collect GST from a customer or claim input tax credit of GST paid or could be penalised. Further, registration under GST is mandatory once an entity crosses the minimum threshold turnover of starts a new business that is expected to cross the prescribed turnover.

As per the GST Council, entities in special category states with an annual turnover of Rs.10 lakhs and above would be required to register under GST. All other entities in rest of India would be required to register for GST if annual turnover exceeds Rs.20 lakhs. There are also various other criteria’s, that could make an entity liable for obtaining GST registration – irrespective of annual sales turnover. Entities required to register for GST as per regulations must file for GST application within 30 days from the date on which the entity became liable for registration under GST.

Registration under GST is th first and most important step. without registration, a person can neither collect tax from the customer nor claim any credit of tax paid by him.

Registration under Goods and Service Tax (GST) regime will confer following advantages
to the business:
– Legally recognized as supplier of goods or services.
– Proper accounting of taxes paid on the input goods or services which can be utilized for
payment of GST due on supply of goods or services or both by the business.
– Legally authorized to collect tax from his purchasers and pass on the credit of the taxes
paid on the goods or services supplied to purchasers or recipients.

Allindiafiling.com is the leading business services platform in India, offering a variety of services like income tax filing, GST return filing, private limited company registration, trademark filing and more. Allindiafiling can help you obtain GST registration in India and maintain GST compliance through a proprietary GST accounting software. The average time taken to obtain GST Certificate is about 5 – 10 working days, subject to government processing time and client document submission.

Online GST Registration Frequently Asked Question

It is a destination based tax on consumption of goods and services. It is proposed to be levied at all stages right from manufacture up to final consumption with credit of taxes paid at previous stages available as setoff. In a nutshell, only value addition will be taxed and burden of tax is to be borne by the final consumer. Alcohol for human consumption, Petroleum Products viz. petroleum crude, motor spirit (petrol), high speed diesel, natural gas and aviation turbine fuel& Electricity.
It would be a dual GST with the Centre and States simultaneously levying it on a common tax base. The GST to be levied by the Centre on intra-State supply of goods and / or services would be called the Central GST (CGST) and that to be levied by the States would be called the State GST (SGST). Similarly Integrated GST (IGST) will be levied and administered by Centre on every inter-state supply of goods and services.
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GST Registration Procedure

 Before starting the steps, keep following documents & information with yourself in e form to complete the registration process.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

 

FOR PROPRIETORSHIP FIRM REGISTRATION

1. Name of Firm

2. Copy of PAN card of Proprietor

3. Identity Proof (Aadhar Card / Passport / Election ID)

4. Address Proof of Place of business (Rent Agreement / NOC / Electricity bill is preferable in views of Author)

5. Photograph of Proprietor

6. Bank Statement or First Page of Bank Passbook

7. Mobile Number & Email Address of Proprietor

8. Digital Signatures (if Aadhar Authentication is not possible)

FOR PARTNERSHIP FIRM REGISTRATION

1. Copy of PAN card of all Partners & Firm

2. Identity Proof of all Partners(Aadhar Card / Passport / Election ID)

3. Address Proof of Place of business (Rent Agreement / NOC / Electricity bill is preferable in views of Author)

4. Photograph of all Partners

5. Bank Statement

6. Mobile Number & Email Address of all Partners & Firm (if there)

7. Digital Signatures of Authorized Partner(if Aadhaar Authentication is not possible)

8. Partnership Deed

9. Letter of Authorization

FOR PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY REGISTRATION

1.  Copy of PAN card of all Directors & Company

2. Identity Proof of all Directors (Aadhar Card / Passport / Election ID)

3. Address Proof of Place of business (Rent Agreement / NOC / Electricity bill is preferable in views of Author)

4. Photograph of all Directors

5. Bank Statement

6. Mobile Number & Email Address of all Directors & Company (if there)

7. Digital Signatures of Authorized Director

8. Certificate of Incorporation

9. Letter of Authorization

STEP BY STEP REGISTRATION PROCESS

STEP1

Visit  www.gst.gov.in

Go to services and under registration — Click on New Registration

Select Category Taxpayer, Specify State along with Legal Name of business as per PAN card along with PAN, Email & Mobile Number in this form.

GST new registration

STEP2

After completing Step1, you will be in receipt of OTP (One Time Password) on both email address as well as Mobile number specified in above Form

Enter OTP and click on proceed.

Verify OTP

STEP3

After  submission of above form, a Temporary Reference Number will generated and will be communicated to the applicant on email as well.

To commence filing application form, user is required to quote TRN number to proceed.

Illustrative image provided below:

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STEP4

Login using TRN to commence filing GST Registration application form

new registraion

user credentials

Verify your login using your Mobile / Email OTP then click on action to proceed.

my saved Application

STEP5 : ENTER BUSINESS DETAILS

On this page, applicant is required to submit information like:

  • Trade Name
  • Constitution of business
  • Jurisdiction
  • Composition scheme availed or not
  • Reason of obtaining registration
  • Date of commencement of business
  • Date of liability

Enter business details

Center Jurisdiction

STEP 6 : SPECIFY PROMOTOR / PARTNER DETAILS

Applicant needs to specify information such as:

  • Name of applicant
  • Father’s Name
  • Date of birth
  • Gender
  • Designation
  • Residential address
  • Mobile Number
  • Email Address
  • PAN
  • DIN (if case of Director / Partner of LLP)
  • Citizenship
  • Passport number (Mandatory for non citizens)
  • Photograph (Required as attachment)

personal Information

Identify Information

Other Information

Note  : In case of Proprietorship business Proprietor is the authorized Signatory.

In case of Partnership Firm / LLP / Company, an Authorization letter is required to be attached which must be signed by the person authorized by the entity and key Managerial persons of entity.

If the promoter details entered above is the Authorized Signatory then Tick on Primary Authorized Signatory under Authorized Signatory Page.

Detail of authorized

STEP7 : SPECIFY DETAILS OF AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE
(Like GST Practitioner)

On this page, the applicant is required to specify the details of its Authorised Signatory such as GST Practitioner for whom Enrolment Number of GST Practitioner are required to be specified.

Details of authorized Representative

Specific details

STEP 8: SPECIFY DETAIL OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS AND ADDITIONAL PLACE OF BUSINESS(ES)

On this page, applicant is required to specify following information:

  • Address of Place of business
  • Specify Nature of business entity (Exporter / Importer / Trader / Leasing / Service Provider / Warehouse / Works contract / EOU etc.)
  • Proof of place of business (Required in attachment) ( Attach – NOC, Rent Agreement, Electricity Bill, Ownership Proof)Additional place of bussiness

STEP 9 :SPECIFY THE DETAIL OF GOODS & SERVICES PROVIDED

On this page, the applicant is required to give details of Goods & Services they are dealing with.

Applicant can search it using HSN code.

Note that: Upto 5 items can be added.

Details of goods

STEP 10: ENTER BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS

On this Page, applicant is required to specify information like Bank Account Number, Account type and Bank’s IFSC code

Applicant is required to attach Bank Statement or  Bank passbook or Cancelled Cheque.

Details of bank Account

STEP 11: VERIFICATION OF REGISTRATION FORM

GST Application form can be verified using Digital Signatures or E Signature or EVC

verification

On successful submission of form, a message will be displayed on screen like below:

Goods and services tax success

G.S.T. RULES RELATED TO REGISTRATION

A. Registration Procedure under GST rules

a. Every person seeking registration shall declare his PAN,Email & Mobile Number, State in PART A of FORM GST REG 01.

b. On successful verification of PAN, Mobile Number & Email.address, a temporary reference number shall be generated, using such reference number in PART B of FORM GST REG 01 application can be filed.

c. After filing such application, an acknowledgement shall be generated in FORM GST REG 02.

d. Then, application will be examined by Proper Officer and if the same is found in order then Proper Officer shall grant registration to the applicant within 3 working days from the date of submission of application.

e. Where the application is found to be deficient then Proper Officer may issue issue notice to the applicant electronically in FORM GST REG 03 within 3 working days from the date of submission of application.

f. Applicant on receipt of Notice shall furnish clarification, document etc in FORM GST REG 04 within 7 days from the date of receipt of Notice.

g. Where the proper Officer is satisfied that with the Clarification, document provided then he may approve the grant of registration within 7 working days from the date of receipt of clarification.

h. Where no reply is furnished or proper officer is not satisfied with the clarification received from the applicant then proper officer shall after recording reasons in writing, reject registration application and inform applicant electronically in FORM GST REG 05.

i. If the proper officer fails to take any action within the designated time as per GST Act and its rules then the application for grant of registration shall be deemed to have been approved & Registration certificate shall be made available within 3 days.

j. Where the registration application have been approved then a Certificate of Registration will be issued to the applicant in FORM GST REG 06 showing principal place of business & Additional Place of business(es).

NOTE THAT: Where the Proper officer is satisfied that the Physical verification of the place of business is required after grant of registration then such proper officer may get such verification done and upload report in FORM GST REG 30 within 15 working days of verification.

B. Four Things to do after obtaining GST Registration

a) Every Registered person shall display his Certificate of Registration at his place of business and at every additional place of business.

b) Every Registered person shall display GSTIN on the notice board exhibited at the entry of his place of place of business and at every additional place of business.

c) Make & Preserve books of accounts required as per GST Act & Rules made

d) File GST Returns on timely basis to avoid payment of penalty of Rs.100 per day or/& cancellation of Registration.

Download Form REG-01 for application of GST Registration in PDF Format:-

GST_REG_01

It is mandatory to register under GST when 

  • If your annual turnover exceeds INR 20 Lacs* or 
  • If you’re doing inter-state sales or 
  • If you’re selling products online through e-commerce portal or 
  • If you’re into the import or export business
  • If you want to raise tax invoice for your customers
  • If business participating in exhibition/event outside the State as Casual Taxable Payer

*In case of North Eastern States, annual turnover threshold limit is INR 10 Lakhs

A taxable person can on his own, at the common portal, make amendments in some information without prior approval like e-mail IDs, mobile numbers etc. But in the case of following changes he will have to apply for amendment within 15 days:


  • Legal name of the business.

  • State of place of business or additional place of business.

No, there is no concept of a central GST registration. Every PAN holder will have one GSTIN per State.Therefore, an entity having its branches in more than one state will have to take separate state wise registrations for each of its branches in different states even if they hold a single PAN.

Yes, you can voluntarily apply for GST Registration even if your business annual turnover does not exceed threshold limit (20/10 Lacs).

GST registration not only helps you in getting your business recognized as a legal registrant but also help you avail various benefits like avail to raise GST Invoice, avail input tax credit, and much more if you take GST Registration voluntarily.

  • If business entity doing supplying goods and services from multiple States, then he/she mandatorily required to registered under GST in different States.
  • Further, any business entity can apply for multiple GST registration even if they are operating from single State under multiple verticals to avoid accounting complexity between multiple businesses.

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XYZ Private Limited doing the business of selling merchandise and also doing the business of selling software from Bangalore only. Still, a company can apply for multiple GST Registration for their different business domain.

If you are supplying goods and services from one state to all over India. You do not need multiple GST registration.

If any case you are not register under the GST then you have to pay the 10% of the tax amount as penalty or subject to minimum 10000 INR to the government. The penalty will at 100% of the tax amount due when the offender has deliberately evaded paying taxes

A Casual taxable person under GST is one who has a registered business in some State in India, but wants to effect supplies from some other State in which he is not having any fixed place of business. Such person needs to register in the State from where he seeks to supply as a Casual taxable person.

A Non-Resident taxable person is one who is a foreigner and occasionally wants to effect taxable supplies from any State in India, and for that he needs GST registration.

They have to apply for registration at least 5 days in advance before making any supply.The GST Registration Certificate issued is valid for a period of 90 days which can be extended. Further, they are granted registration or extension of period only after they deposit estimated tax liability.

The GST migration process has already been introduced for existing taxpayers who are registered under VAT / CST or TIN or service tax. So if you already have a previous TIN number or service tax number, you can convert it to a new GST registration before July 2017. For GST migration, you need the following:A) Existing login details as user and password related VAT / CST or service tax.B) Provisional login details of GST portal as user ID and password.

If you want to convert your existing VAT / CST number to a GST number then you will have to follow the following steps for GST registration online –

  1. Log on to your State VAT or CST portal.
  2. Receive its Provisional ID and Password.
  3. Generate new user ID and password on GST portal.
  4. Fill in your business details with promoter details and business address, bank details and       Upload the required documents.
  5. Verify with digital signature or Aadhaar card EVC.

The GST registration number is 15 digit identification number which is assigned to each applicant. It is fully based on PAN number and state code. The first two digits represent the state code and the other 10 represents the PAN number of the customer, one digit represents the unit code (like a proprietary firm or partnership etc.), one digit is empty and the last person check digit Represents.

Harmonized commodity details and coding systems are commonly called “harmonized systems of nomenclature” or “HSN”, which is a multi-purpose international product nomenclature developed by the World Customs Organization. It includes groups of 5,000 items; Each is identified by a six digit code, which is arranged in a legal and logical structure and supported by well-defined rules to obtain the same classification. Without HSN, the system will not be able to take the tax rate for declared goods at the time of registration.

ARN stands for application reference number. This is conclusive proof of the successful proof of submitting applications to the GST server. It is generated after TRN (temporary reference number) and uploads necessary documents.

The principal place of business is the primary location within the state where the taxpayer’s business is performed. The main place of business is usually where books of business and business of accounts and records are kept and usually the firm’s head or at least the top management is located.

No, in the case of private limited company, LLP, OPC, and partnership firm, you cannot change the name and other details, although it is possible to change the business name in the case of a sole proprietorship firm.

Yes, if you are a private limited, public limited, LLP or a person company then a digital signature certificate is required.

If any business entity mandatorily required to register under GST, however, failed to apply or intentionally ignoring the same then business is liable to pay the penalty of 100% of the tax due or Rs. 10,000 whichever is higher.

ISD means input service distributor. It is like a major office that receives tax invoices of input services and then distributes the credit of tax paid in proportionally to it. ISD registration is different from general registration for the taxpayer.

Small businesses and taxpayers who have less than Rs. 75 lakhs can choose structure scheme where they will be taxed at 0.5% or 1% (for manufacturers) at a nominal rate of CGST and SGST (rates according to the latest proposed changes in goods and services tax bills). The Composition scheme  is available for small businesses only in Levy. It is not available for intermediaries to vendors, e-commerce traders and operators, and service providers.

You need to apply online to select the structure plan. Taxpayers who can choose this plan can be classified below:

  • Migrated Taxpayer: Any taxpayer who has been migrated from earlier laws and has given temporary registration certificate, form GST under CMP-01 and other details in form GST CMP-03 with in 30days after 1st July 2017.
  • New Taxpayer: Any person who is responsible for registering under the GST Act after July 1, 2017, the form can file GST REG-01 and can choose its option to pay Composition amount in the new registration application.
  • Existing taxpayer: Any taxpayer who is registered as general taxpayer under GST rule, will apply under Form CMP-02 to select composition plan at least 7 days before beginning of financial year, for which under the composition is the option to repay the tax.

Yes. In a state, a person with multiple business vertical can get a separate registration for each business vertically (in each state).

Yes, in case of individual / sole proprietorship, you are free to apply for GST registration on your firm name. In addition, you can also apply on your personal name

PAN card of owner / directors / partners

Electricity / Telephone Bill, Rental Contract or Memorandum of Understanding (NOC).

MOA / AOA or partnership work

Letter of authorization for signatory.

Bank statement / cancellation cheque.

Aadhar card of owners / directors / partners.

Registration can be canceled in 2 scenarios:

When the taxable person wishes to cancel his GST registration voluntarily.

When the appropriate officer goes by default to the taxable person, to cancel the GST registration at his own pace. This can happen when the person is not doing business from the declared registered place of business or if he issues tax invoices without supply of goods or services.

Documents Required for GST Registration or GST Certificate

PROPRIETORSHIP/ INDIVIDUAL

 

  • Photo of Proprietor
  • PAN Card of Proprietor
  • Adhaar Card of Proprietor
  • Bank Statement/ Cancelled cheque of Current/Saving Bank Account
  • Electricity/Water Bill of office or shop address
  • Rent Agreement or consent letter or No objection certificate for Rented Premises

PARTNERSHIP FIRM

 

  • PAN Card of Partnership Firm
  • Partnership Deed or Registration Certificate of partnership firm
  • Photo of all partners
  • PAN Card of all Partners
  • Adhaar Card of all Partners
  • Bank Statement/ Cancelled cheque of Current Account in firm name
  • Electricity/Water Bill of office or shop address
  • Rent Agreement or consent letter or No objection certificate for Rented Premises

PVT. LTD. COMPANY/ ONE PERSON COMPANY/ PUBLIC LTD. COMPANY

 

  • PAN Card of Company
  •  COI ( Certificate of Incorporation) +MOA+AOA
  • Photo of all Directors
  •  PAN Card of all Directors
  • Adhaar Card of all Directors
  • Bank Statement/ Cancelled cheque of Current Account in company name
  • Electricity/Water Bill of office or shop address
  • Rent Agreement or consent letter or No objection certificate for Rented Premises

Registration under GST is the first and most important step. Without registration, a person can neither collect tax from his customers nor claim any credit of tax paid by him.

 Ø  Registration under GST is not tax specific, which means that there is single registration for all the taxes i.e. CGST, SGST/UTGST, IGST and cesses.

 Ø  Separate Registration for each state/UT- if operating in multiple state/UT

 Ø  Single PAN based registration in one State/UT. [Section 25(2)]

Ø  Under GST, registrations need to be taken State-wise, i.e. there are no centralized registrations under GST. A business entity having its branches in multiple States will have to take separate State wise registration for the branches in different States. 

 

 

 

 

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