GST Registration

All businesses involved in buying or selling goods or providing services, or both, should register for GST. But for below-listed persons, GST Registration is compulsory.

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GST Registration​ Packages

Basic

1500 999
  • GST Registration filing by Expert
  • GST ARN deliver in 1-2 Working Day
  • GST Registration certificate
  • Reply to Department's Query / Clarification received
  • Current Bank Account*
  • Guidance on HSN/SAC Code & GST tax rate
  • GST E-Waybill Guide

Standard

3000 2190
  • GST Registration filing by Expert
  • GST ARN deliver in 1-2 Working Day
  • GST Registration certificate
  • Reply to Department's Query / Clarification received
  • GST Return Filing Services for next 3 months.
  • Current Bank Account*
  • Guidance on HSN/SAC Code & GST tax rate
  • GST E-Waybill Guide

Premium

4500 2990
  • GST Registration filing by Expert
  • GST ARN deliver in 1-2 Working Day
  • GST Registration certificate
  • Reply to Department's Query / Clarification received
  • GST Return Filing Services for next 6 months.
  • Current Bank Account*
  • Guidance on HSN/SAC Code & GST tax rate
  • GST E-Waybill Guide

Documents Required for GST Registration under different Category

Sole Proprietorship / Individual / Proprietor

  1. Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, and a photograph of the sole proprietor
  2. Office address proof:
    Own office – Copy of electricity bill/water bill/landline bill/ property tax receipt/a copy of municipal khata
    Rented office – Rent agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) from the owner.
  3. Details of Bank account- Bank statement or a cancelled cheque required after GST registration for update in GST

Private limited/Public limited/One person company

  1. Company’s PAN card
  2. Certificate of Incorporation
  3. MOA (Memorandum of Association) /AOA (Articles of Association)
  4. Aadhar card, PAN card, a photograph of all Directors
  5. Details of Bank- bank statement or a cancelled cheque required after GST registration for update in GST Proof of Address of Principal place of business and additional place of business:-
  6. Own office – Copy of electricity bill/water bill/landline bill/ a copy of municipal khata/ property tax receipt
  7. Rented office – Rent agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) from the owner.
  8. Appointment Proof of authorized signatory- letter of authorization or board resolution

Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

  1. Aadhaar Card of the Karta
  2. PAN Card of HUF
  3. Photograph of the Karta
  4. Office address proof: Own office – Copy of electricity bill/water bill/landline bill/ property tax receipt/a copy of municipal khata Rented office – Rent agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) from the owner.
  5. Details of Bank account- Bank statement or a cancelled cheque required after GST registration for update in GST

Partnership & Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)

  1. Partnership’s PAN card
  2. Certificate of Incorporation (in case of LLP)
  3. Aadhar card, PAN card, a photograph of all Partners
  4. Details of Bank- bank statement or a cancelled cheque required after GST registration for update in GST
  5. Appointment Proof of authorized signatory- letter of authorization or board resolution
  6. Proof of Address of Principal place of business and additional place of business:- Own office – Copy of electricity bill/water bill/landline bill/ a copy of municipal khata/ property tax receipt Rented office – Rent agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) from the own

Process Of GST Registration

Get Free consultation / advice by our experts after filling up enquiry form or contacting us

Our expert will evaluate your documents as shared

We will Prepare and file all the required documents with all the required details with appropriate authority.

Our expert will follow up with /provide information to the clarification seek by filing authority to get your application processed at the earliest

Your requirement is now completed & your appropriate registration certificate will be sent to you.

Who Must Get GST Registration

All businesses involved in buying or selling goods or providing services, or both, should register for GST. But for below-listed persons, GST Registration is compulsory.

  1. Previous Law Converted Taxpayer – All individuals or companies registered under the Pre-GST tax laws like Service Tax or Excise or VAT, etc.
  2. Turnover for Goods Provider – If your sales or turnover of goods is crossing Rs. 40 lakh in a year then GST Registration is mandatory. For the Special Category States, the limit is Rs. 20 lakh in a year.
  3. Turnover for Service Provider – If you are a service provider & sales or turnover is crossing Rs. 20 lakh in a year then GST Registration is mandatory. For the Special Category States, the limit is Rs. 10 lakh in a year
  4. Casual Taxpayer – If you supply goods or services, in events/exhibitions, and not have a permanent place of doing business. In such cases, GST is charged on the basis of an estimated turnover of 90 days. The validity of the Registration is also 90 days.
  5. Agents of Suppliers or Input Service Distributor (ISD) – All supplier agents and ISD, to earn benefits of Input Tax Credit, need GST Registration.
    NRI Taxable Person – If you are an NRI or handling the business of NRI in India.
  6. Reverse Charge Mechanism (RCM) – Businesses who need to pay taxes under the RCM also need to be GST registered.
  7. E-Commerce Portals & Sellers – Every e-commerce portal (such as Amazon or Flipkart) under which multiple vendors are selling their products. Or for all vendors. You need a GST Registration.
  8. Outside India Online Portal – For suppliers of online information and database access or retrieval services from a place outside India to Indian Residents.
  9. Transferee – When the business has been transferred.
  10. Inter-State Operations – Persons making an inter-state supply. Whatever the turnover.
  11. Brands – Aggregator who supplies service under his Brand or Trade Name.
  12. Other Taxation – Persons who are required to deduct tax u/s 37 (TDS) of the Income Tax Act.
  13. Voluntary GST Registration – Any entity can obtain GST registration at any-time. Even when the above mandatory conditions don’t apply to them.
  14. Inter-State Registration – If you are a supplier in more than one state you need GST Registration in all the states that you supply goods or services to.
  15. Branches – If your business has multiple branches in multiple states, register one particular branch as main office or head office and the remaining branches as additional. (Not applicable if the business has separate verticals as listed in Section 2 (18) of the CGST Act, 2017.)

Penalties of Non-Compliance

  1. All GST Returns must be filed by the 20th of the following month. There are strict laws under the GST Act for non-compliance with the Rules & Regulations.
  2. Penalty for Not Getting GST Registration, when a business is coming under the purview. The penalty is 100% of the tax amount if the offender has not filed for GST registration and intends to purposefully avoid. The amount is the tax as applicable. Or Rs. 10,000, whichever is higher.
  3. A penalty of 100% tax due or Rs. 10,000, whichever is higher, is also applicable to those who choose Composition Scheme despite not being eligible to it.
  4. Any offender not paying his due tax or making short payments (genuine errors) is liable to pay a penalty of 10% of the tax amount. This amount cannot be less than Rs 10,000.
  5. A person guilty of not providing the GST invoice is liable to be charged 100% tax due or Rs. 10,000. Whichever is higher.
  6. An offender will be charged a fine of Rs. 25,000 for incorrect invoicing.
  7. If a person has not filed for unpaid tax, there is a penalty of Rs. 50 per day. Rs. 20 per day if he was to file for NIL returns. And the maximum amount must not exceed Rs. 5,000.
  8. There is also a provision of the penalty by a jail term for tax offenders to commit fraud.