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Do I need a GST Registration?

As a product seller, if your annual turnover is more than 40 lacs, or as a service provider, if your annual turnover is 20 lacs, you would require a GST registration and a GSTN number.

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Different types of GST registration

There are four types of registration depending on the type of business and the supply location. They are the Normal Scheme, Non-resident Taxable Person, Casual Taxable Person & Composition Scheme.

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How Does GST Registration work?

We will collect the required documents for your GST registration. Then we will give you a certain GSTN number. We will file your returns and complete all compliances as required.


What documents will be required?

To register your GST, you need to submit your business PAN card, identity proof, photographs, address proof of promoter, business registration document, business location proof & bank account proof.


How long does it take?

It usually takes three days from the date of application to obtain GST registration. However, any discrepancy in documents can prolong the process. So make sure you submit every document correctly.

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Have Any Questions?


Q: Can I register my business without being physically present during registration?

A: Yes, you can. Whenever you are applying for your GST online, you don't need to go anywhere physically. You submit the documents, and our representatives will take care of everything for you.

Q: By what time do I need to register my GST?

A: The standard deadline for filing a GST is usually 30 days from the day you meet the registration criterion. However, if you are a casual taxable person and a non-resident taxable person, you will have to register your GST before starting your business.

Q: What is a casual taxable person GST?

A: A casual taxable person is a person who doesn't have a fixed place of business. He/she usually undertake transactions that involve supply chain goods or services. He/she might also have a seasonal shop or stall like running a temporary business in exhibitions and fairs. This kind of people's business would come under casual taxable persons GST

Q: What is a non-resident taxable person GST?

A: If you are a businessman who imports goods or services from outside India or manages a business on behalf of a person resident outside India, you come under non-resident taxable person GST. Other than this, if you are a non-resident and read our article from a place outside India and intend to do business here, this article is relevant for you.

What is a standard GST scheme?

A: A standard GST scheme applies to all the taxpayers who are running any business in India. In a typical scheme, you don't need any deposit, and you will also be provided with an unlimited validity date.

Q: What is a composition scheme in GST?

A: GST Composition Scheme is an option available for all registered taxpayers who need to inform the tax authorities of their intention to be registered under the scheme. This is applicable for all businesses whose turnover is less than 1.5 crore, where they can pay a flat GST rate. These taxpayers will, however, be not allowed to claim the input tax credit. Small businesses with a turnover of less than Rs. 1 crore* (Rs. 75 Lakhs for Northeastern states) can opt for a composition scheme.

Q: Is the GST threshold limit the same for all states across India?

A: The limit of the turnover of 20 lacs is applicable for all Indian states except Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura. If you are doing business in any of these states mentioned above, then the turnover limit is ten lacs. This limit applies only to businesses that operate within their home state. A business that conducts trade with another state must seek registration regardless of the turnover.

Q: Who can be considered as a primary authorized signatory?

A: The primary authorized signatory will be the person who will undertake all the GST related responsibilities and tasks on the GST portal on behalf of the taxpayers. This can be any trusted nominee selected by the business owners.

Q: Is a business PAN card mandatory for GST?

A: Yes, the PAN card is mandatory for any GST registration. However, in the case of proprietorship, the personal PAN card of the proprietor can be used. In the case of other registrations like LLP and PVT LTD, the business PAN card is a must. However, PAN is not mandatory for t foreigners and foreign companies. For non-resident taxable persons, GSTIN with a fixed expiry date will be provided based on the documents provided to prove that business's existence.

Q: For how long will my GST be valid?

A: There is no expiry date for GST until and unless it is cancelled. The validity is only limited to any nonresident taxable person.

Q: Does GST apply to all businesses?

A: Yes, a GST applies to all service providers, manufacturers, and traders. It is also applicable for all dealers, bloggers, and writers, anyone earning from Google AdWords through PayPal. A GST is mandatory for import-export businesses, small businesses, single owners, LLPs, PVT LTD, etc.

Q: What is SGST?

A: According to the SGST Act, the State GST or SGST applies to intra-state supplies of goods and services. The respective state government monitors it. SGST liability can be set off against SGST or IGST input tax credit only.

Q: What is CGST?

A: CGST, also known as Central GST, is applicable under the CGST Act on the intra-state supplies of goods and services. Here, both the central and state governments would combine their levies with an appropriate revenue-sharing agreement.

Q: What is IGST?

A: Integrated GST, also IGST, is the tax charged under the IGST Act on the supply of any goods and services in the course of inter-state trade across India. IGST includes any supply of goods and services related to India's import and export of goods and services.

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