Goods And Service Tax Registration (GST)
If you’re thinking of expanding operations into India, be prepared by getting the GST certificate ready.
GST is mandate tax in India. As it has replaced all the previous taxes, now it’s mandatory to fill all the taxes with GST. MyCorporation.in fulfils the requirements by giving simplicity and easy to track all your services and manage proper orders. Contact +918882101000 or write us at [email protected] for more info.
Advantages of GST.
1) It's simple and secure with MyCorporation.in,
2) Easy to regulate,
3) Lesser Compliances,
4) Less requirement of documentation,
5) Easy to track.
Components of GST
CGST: Taxes collected by the Central Government on an intra-state sales i.e. within a particular state (Eg: transaction happening within Delhi).
SGST: Collected by the State Government on an intra-state sales i.e. within a state (Eg: transaction happening within Delhi).
IGST: Collected by the Central Government for inter-state sale i.e. in between 2 states (Eg: Delhi to Tamil Nadu).
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Documents Required For Goods and Service Tax Registration (GST)
- Photograph of the Proprietor
- Email ID and Mobile Number
- PAN of the Proprietor
- Address proof of Proprietor ie Passport / Voter ID / Driving Licence / Aadhar card (any one of these)
- Photograph of Applicant and Nominee Director
- Latest Landline telephone Bill on the name of Proprietor or firm
- Sale deed in case business premise is self-owned or Rental Agreement, in case office is rented/ leased
- Bank Certificate or Cancelled Cheque bearing preprinted name of applicant and A/C No.
- Bank Account needs to be opened and to be updated on GST Portal within 45 days of registration.
- Rent agreement needs to be witnessed by 2 persons along with their name, address, mobile no. and PAN/Aadhaar Number mentioned with their signatures. Also, landlord’s PAN and Aadhaar card copy needs to be provided along with the rent agreement.
Note: The stamp duty of the rent agrement should be as per The Indian Stamp Act.
Client Provides Documents required for Registration
Provisional ID is created on GST Website
Application of Registration
Application is filed with GST Network
GST Number is issued by GSTN department
Document verification is conducted by the Inspector validating authenticity of the application
Provisional Registration Certificate
Provisional Registration Certificate is issued by department
You may choose any user ID of your choice, provided it is available in the database while you are registering.
Enrolment under GST means validating the data of existing taxpayers and filling up the remaining key fields.
All existing taxpayers registered under any of the Acts as specified in Q1 will be transitioned to GST. Enrolment for GST will ensure smooth transition to GST regime. The data available with various tax authorities is incomplete and thus fresh enrolment has been planned. Also, this will ensure latest data is available in GST Database without any recourse to amendment process, which is the norm to update the data under tax statutes today.
GST System portal has been created for this purpose as no paper based enrolment will be allowed. You need to enroll as a user on the *GST system portal,* so that you may be enabled as a registrant for GST Compliance requirement viz. return filling, tax payment, etc.
The taxpayers registered under any Acts as specified under Q1 are required to enroll at GST System Portal. State VAT and Central Excise can start enrolling from November, 2016 on GST System Portal as per plan indicated on GST System portal. The taxpayers registered under Service Tax will be enrolled on a later date for which separate intimation will be sent.
No. There is no deemed enrolment on GST system portal. All the taxpayers registered under any of the Acts as specified in Q1, are expected to visit the GST System Portal and enroll themselves.
No. There is no fee/charge levied for the enrolment of a taxpayer with GST System Portal.
No. The enrolment process is common for all taxpayers registered under Centre/State/UT tax Acts as specified in Q1
No, any person who wants to seek enrolment under the GST Act has to apply on the GST System Portal. Enrolment under the GST is common for both Central GST and the State GST. There will be common registration, common return and common Challan for Central and State
Before enrolling with GST System Portal, you must ensure to have the following information/ documents Available with you:- I. Provisional ID received from State/Central Authorities; II. Password received from the State/Central Authorities; III. Valid Email Address; IV. Valid Mobile Number; V. Bank Account Number VI. Bank IFSC
For the first time login, you need to provide username and password that you received from the State VAT/Centre Tax Department. For subsequent login, you need to enter username and password as created by you while enrolling with GST System Portal.
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. Getting eligible to avail various other benefits and privileges rendered under the GST laws
In case you have not received your user name and password, you can contact your jurisdictional State/Centre authorities.
No, you should not give the email address and mobile number of Tax Professional or anyone else. You MUST provide the email address and mobile number of the primary Authorized Signatory appointed by you or yourself. All future correspondence/communication from the GST System Portal will be sent on the registered mobile Number and email address only.
A Primary authorized signatory is the person who is *primarily responsible to perform action on the GST System Portal on behalf of taxpayer.* All communication from the GST System Portal relating to taxpayer will be sent to him. For example:- in case of proprietor, the proprietor himself or any person authorized by him, in case of partnership any of the partner authorized or any person authorized, in case of Company/LLP, Society, Trust, the person who is authorized by Board or Governing Body etc. can act as Primary authorized signatory. Copy of authorization needs to be uploaded. In case of multiple authorized signatory for single business entity, one authorized signatory should be designat
The OTP sent to your email address and mobile number is valid for <10> minutes. It expires after 10 minutes
Your OTP would be sent on your registered mobile number and e mail address on GST System Portal. If you have not received the OTP within 1 minutes, you may choose to receive it again by clicking the RESEND OTP button.
Following details are auto-populated in the enrolment application based on your existing data: • PAN of the Business • Legal Name of Business • State • Reason of liability to obtain registration • Email Addressed and Mobile number of primary Authorized Signatory entered during enrolling with GST System Portal.
You cannot make changes to Legal Name, State name and PAN as appearing in the enrolment application. These details have been migrated from existing tax systems of State or Center, as the case may be.
Refer your VAT Registration Certificate to find your State Jurisdiction. It is the same jurisdiction as given in your existing VAT Registration Certificate.
Refer to your VAT Registration Certificate to find your Ward / Circle / Sector No. It is the same ward /Circle/ Sector where you are registered.
If you are registered with Central Excise, refer the Registration Certificate to find your Centre Jurisdiction. If you are only a VAT registered dealer, you need to find your central jurisdiction based on the address of your Principal place of Business. You may visit CBEC website www.cbec.gov.in for details (refer URL – http://www.cbec.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/deptt_offcr/cadre- restruct/cadre-restructg-notifications.pdf).
Principal Place of Business is the primary location within the State where a taxpayer’s business is performed. The principal place of business is generally where the business’s books of accounts and records are kept and is often where the head of the firm or at least top management is located.
Additional Place of business is the place of business where taxpayer carries out business related activities within the State, in addition to the Principal Place of Business.
HSN stands for Harmonized System of Nomenclature which is internationally accepted product coding system to maintain uniformity in classification of goods. Service Accounting Codes (SAC) are adopted by the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) for identification of the services.
All the bank accounts in name of registered taxpayer should be provided for updating the same on GST Portal.
You can add maximum of 10 Bank accounts while enrolling with GST System Portal.
ARN is the Application Reference Number generated after the submission of the enrolment application with E-Sign or Digital Signature (DSC). It is a unique number assigned to each transaction completed at the GST System Portal. Note the ARN can be used for future correspondence with GSTN.
Application Reference Number (ARN) will be generated after the successful submission of the enrolment application at the GST System Portal. You can use this ARN to track the status of your application.
Yes, the application for enrollment with GST System Portal can be rejected in case you have furnished/uploaded wrong or fake or incorrect document with your DSC or E- Sign. However, the applicant will be provided reasonable opportunity of being heard where applicant taxpayer can present his/her viewpoints.
You can make amendments to the enrolment application from appointed date onwards.
You can change mobile no. and email id as given at the time of enrolment application after appointed date onwards through amendment process.
It will be available on your dashboard on the appointed date if you have filled enrolment application successfully.
The final Registration Certificate will be provided to you after verification of documents (within 6 months) by proper officer(s) center/state of concerned jurisdiction (s) after appointed date.
As one PAN allows one GST Registration in a state, you may register one business entity first. For the remaining business verticals within the State please get in touch with your jurisdictional authority.
ISD stands for Input Service Distributor. An Input Service Distributor means the person who distributes credit, in respect of the tax invoices of the services received at the head office, to its branches where the services have been supplied actually. Tax invoice here means, the invoice issued under section 23 of the Model Goods and Services Act, if you are an existing ISD Taxpayer, you need to apply afresh in the GST System Portal for the State where you desire to seek registration. For that you need to inform your Central jurisdictional authority.