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The Process Of GST Registration In India

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The Process Of GST Registration In India

GST (Goods and Services Tax) registration applies to all individuals and companies supplying goods or services in India. To improve the ease of doing business, GST is one of the biggest tax reforms India ever witnessed. GST registration is compulsory when the total value of a supply exceeds INR 20 lakh. The top CA firm in Delhi can help you with the GST registration procedure online.

In this blog, we will discuss in detail the eligibility criteria for GST registration, documents required as well as the GST registration procedure online. 

Eligibility criteria for GST registration

The following mentions the eligibility for GST:

  • Individuals who have registered for tax services before the implementation of the GST came into effect
  • Taxable person and non-resident taxable person 
  • Individuals who pay taxes via the reverse charge mechanism
  • Every e-commerce aggregator
  • Organizations that have a turnover that exceeds INR 40 lakh. In the case of the following states- Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, and North-Eastern states, the company’s turnover should exceed INR 10 lakh
  • Individuals who supply goods via an e-commerce aggregator
  • Agents of a supplier
  • Individuals providing data access and information online from outside India to people who live in India other than those who are recorded taxable persons

Documents required for obtaining GST Registration

The documents required are as follows:

  • PAN and Aadhaar Card of the applicant as an identity proof 
  • Proof of business registration should be submitted
  • Address and identity proof of the promoters and director such as passport, aadhaar card, driving license, ration card, and voter’s identity card should be submitted 
  • Passport size photo of promoter/partner
  • Bank account details such as bank statement, the first page of passbook and canceled cheque which contains the name of the individual or the business entity, bank account no. and bank branch needs to be provided
  • Place of business address proof should be provided as mentioned in the application for GST registration
  • Letter of authorization as proof of appointment of authorized signatory 

GST registration process online

Here is the step by step guide to complete the GST registration process online. 

  • Visit the GST portal – https://www.gst.gov.in
  • Click on the Register Now link that can be found under the Taxpayers tab
  • Then choose ‘New Registration’
  • Fill in the details like name of the business, PAN of the business and so on. 
  • Then on the next page, enter the OPT that you got on your mail. Click on Proceed
  • You will then be shown a 15 digit Temporary Reference Number (TRN) on the screen. Kindly make a note of it 
  • Visit the GST portal again. Then click on ‘Register’ under the ‘Taxpayers’ menu
  • Select TRN number now and mention it with captcha details
  • Again, click on proceed and then you will get OTP on your mail. Enter the OTP and click proceed
  • After that, on a different web page, you’ll find the status of your GST application. On the right-hand side, there’ll be an edit icon - tap it
  • On the following page, you will see ten sections. Fill in all the relevant details and submit all required documents
  • Once the task is completed, a success message will appear on the screen 
  • The Application Reference Number (ARN) will be then sent to the registered mobile number and email address as provided by you
  • Then, you can check the status of the ARN on the GST portal

If you are looking for professionals to help you with the GST registration process, look no further than RBG Consultants. They are amongst the top CA firm in Delhi that provides all online CA services like online GST registration. Connect with them to make the GST registration process easy and simple for you. 

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