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New GST Registration in India

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    Online GST Registration in India

    What is a GST Registration?

    GST Registration of a business means obtaining a unique, 15-digit GST identification number called "GSTIN" and a certificate of registration from the GST authorities. The first 2 digits of the GSTIN is the State code, next 10 digits are the PAN of the legal entity, the next two digits are for entity code, and the last digit is check sum number.

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    GST registration is PAN based and State specific. You have to register in each of such State or UT from where you wish to effects
    supply. A person registered in one State is considered ‘unregistered person’ outside the State.  That means, you have to apply for GST of a state from where you want to open a branch office of your business.

    BIZINDIGO is one the fastest growing online platform in India, offering a variety of legal services like company registration, trademark filing, GST Registration, GST Return filing and more. We can help you to obtain your GSTIN in India in just 3-4 working days.

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    Person Liable for GST Registration

    Regardless of aggregate annual PAN-based turnover, GST Registration is mandatory in the following cases. These persons should register for GST:

    • Taxpayer registered under the Pre GST law (i.e., Excise, VAT, Service Tax etc.)
    • Businesses whose aggregate turnover exceeds the threshold limit of Rs. 40 Lakhs (Rs. 20 Lakhs for North-Eastern States).
    • Casual taxable person making taxable supply
    • Non-Resident taxable person
    • Agents of a Supplier
    • Input Service Distributor (ISD)
    • Persons required to pay tax under reverse charge mechanism (RCM)
    • E-commerce aggregator
    • E-commerce operator
    • TDS/TCS Deductor
    • Person who supplies via e-commerce aggregator / e-commerce operator like Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal)
    • An online data access and retrieval service provider 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

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    In Case of Proprietorship

    • PAN Card of Proprietor
    • Address proof of Proprietor (Aadhaar/Driving license/Voter ID Card/ Passport)
    • Photograph (Passport photo)
    • Bank Account proofs (Cancelled cheque or bank statement copy or passbook copy)
    • Proof of business address Electricity Bill or Telephone Bill or Rent agreement in case of rented property)

    In Case of Private Ltd. Company

    • PAN Card of Company
    • Certificate of Incorporation (COI)
    • MOA / AOA
    • Board Resolution Copy
    • Bank Account proofs (Cancelled cheque / Bank statement copy/ passbook copy - Any one)
    • Identity & Address Proof of Directors
    • Proof of Business address / Regd. Office
      Electricity Bill or Telephone Bill or Water Bill
      Or Rent Agreement (in case of rented premises)

    In Case of LLP (Limited Liability Partnership)

    • PAN Card of LLP
    • LLP Agreement
    • Partners’ Names and address proof
    • Bank Account proofs (Cancelled cheque or bank statement copy or passbook copy)
    • Proof of business address

    What is Composition Scheme in GST

    The Composition levy scheme under GST is a simple, hassle free compliance scheme made for small taxpayers. It is a voluntary and optional scheme. Under this scheme taxpayers are required to pay amount equal to certain fixed percentage of his annual turnover as tax to the government. Tax is required to be paid on quarterly basis.

     

    Persons Who are eligible for Composition Scheme:

    Following taxpayers, who don’t want to avail ITC (Input tax credit) facility, eligible to opt this scheme:

    1. having aggregate turnover  upto Rs. 1.5 Crore (at PAN level) in the previous FY.
    2. having aggregate turnover  upto Rs. 75 lakh (at PAN level) in the previous FY in case of North east & hilly states (i.e., who are registered in Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura & Uttarakhand)
    3. supplying services and/or mixed supplies having aggregate turnover of previous FY upto Rs. 50 lakhs.

     

     

    Persons who are not eligible for the scheme

    However, you cannot opt for the Composition Scheme, if you make:

    • any supply of goods which are not liable to be taxed under this Act
    • inter-state sale of goods
    • through electronic commerce operators who are required to collect tax under section 52.

    You are also not eligible for the Composition Scheme, if you are:

    • manufacturer of notified goods
    • a casual dealer
    • a Non-Resident Foreign Taxpayer
    • a person registered as Input Service Distributor (ISD)
    • a person registered as TDS Deductor/Tax Collector

    FAQ on GST Registration

    I don’t have a PAN. What should I do?

    Before you apply for a GST Registration as a normal taxpayer, it is mandatory to obtain a PAN. Apply your PAN first.

    What are the prerequisites for registration?

    To apply for a new registration, you must have

    • PAN of your business
    • Valid  E-mail ID and Mobile Number
    • Proof of constitution of your business
    • Proof of promoters/partners /Directors (in case of Pvt Ltd Company)
    • Documents proof of principal place of business
    • Details of Authorized Signatories including photographs and proof of appointment
    • Details of Primary Authorized Signatory
    • Valid Class II or Class III Digital Signature

    Whose e-mail ID and mobile number should I give?

    Valid and accessible E-mail Id and mobile number of  Primary Authorised Signatory.

    How many Authorised Signatories can be added in a GST application form?

    A maximum of 10 authorised signatories can be added.

    Do I need to submit hard copies of any documents?

    No, you don't require as the new registration is paperless and online.

    Is there any prescribed format for documents that need to be uploaded for a new registration?

    Yes, all documents must be in either PDF or JPEG format. All photographs must be in JPEG format and the file size should not exceed 100 KB.

    Documents file size should NOT exceed 1 MB (500 KB in case of bank statements/first page of passbook, 1oo KB in case of lease / rent agreement or Electricity bill copy).

     

    Is it mandatory to add a Primary Authorised Signatory?

    Yes, New Registration Application can't be submitted without selecting a Primary Authorised Signatory.

     

     

    Can co-working space be a principal place of business?

    Yes, co-working space can be a principal place of business. In that case, please select "SHARED " as Nature of Possession of Premises unless you have a valid (registered) sub-let agreement with the provider of the co-working space.

     

     

     

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