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All about Registration under GST

 

Goods and Service Tax or GST, in short, is a tax imposed on the sale of all goods and services in India. It is a form of indirect tax that replaces all the previous indirect taxes applicable to the manufacturing and sale of different goods and services. It is a multi-stage and destination-based tax. The Indian government introduced GST on 1st July 2017, this new form of tax obsoletes all other previous indirect taxes like service tax, excise duty, customs duty, VAT, surcharges, Octroi.

 

It is mandatory to have Registration under GST for all the businesses and companies that are running in India and are eligible to pay GST (goods and service tax), or they should take New GST Registration. After coming into existence on July 1st, 2017, GST became the new form of indirect tax and included all the previous indirect taxes. 

 

GST has been imposed in all the stages, starting from manufacturing to the final consumption of the product. The regulatory body, GST Council of India, decides all the tax rates, rules, and regulations for goods and services taxes.

 

GST is a new and simple way of tax and is often called an all-in-one tax, which makes it easy to maintain and also reduces the amount of unnecessary taxes. The online GST registration process is fairly simple, and an individual does not require to go and submit any documents manually.

 

Benefits of New GST Registration

 

·         Simplicity
GST is an all-in-one tax; it cuts down all the indirect tax you were paying earlier. So registration under GST will allow paying only one tax, that is GST, and the online registration process has become very user-friendly. It's simple form completion, and submission with no additional compliance and processing makes the registration process easy.

 

·         Reduction in Tax
GST is an indirect tax, and its concept is "one nation one tax". Online GST registration replaces all the previous individual taxes (VAT, service tax, customs duty, etc.) and decreases the tax burden on small scale industries and businesses. The GST registration is also easy, and the GST Registration Fees are minimal.

 

·         Claim the input tax credit
GST certificate holders like sellers, dealers, and traders can claim input tax credit which is already paid on purchases.

 

·         Benefits for e-commerce business
GST registration is mandatory for e-commerce business, without registering under GST, one cannot open an e-commerce website. Goods and service tax has provided many advantages for an r-commerce business like Nykaa, Snap Deals, Myntra, Club factory, etc.

 

·         Improving economy
Whenever the price drops consumption of that product increases, the same thing happens with tax. When tax rates decrease, it improves the consumption rate of that product in the market. GST's core concept is just this; it compiles all the previous indirect taxes and makes it one, which reduces tax burden and ultimately reduces the price of the product. Low product cost results in a consumption level rise which then leads to a rise in productivity and improves the economy in the long run.

 

Who can apply for the GST registration process?

For businesses and companies, who buy and sell goods and services and have a turnover higher than Rs. 20 lakhs for annual supply of services and Rs. 40 lakhs for the annual supply of goods, GST Registration is necessary.

 

•  Individuals who are still under Excise, VAT, Service Tax i.e. under pre-GST law, have to apply for New GST registration.

•  If the turnover is more than Rs. 40 lakhs (Rs. 20 lakhs for states special category) annually for goods providers, then they have to tale GST registration.

•  For a service provider if the sales turnover exceeds the limit of Rs. 20 lakhs per annum (Rs. 10 lakhs for states special category), it is mandatory to take online GST registration.

•  Agents of suppliers or IDS (Input Service Distributor) will get benefits of Input Tax Credit by taking goods and service tax registration.

•  All e-commerce portals, sellers (like Amazon, Snap deal) and aggregators need GST certificate to open their business. Persons who supply online data and database access from outside India to a person in India need GST registration to run their business.

•  If you are a goods and service supplier in multiple states, i.e. you are doing inter-state supply, then GST registration is a must.

 

Documents required for GST registration online

For proprietorship

·         PAN number of applicant

·         Aadhar card

·         Proof of address

·         Statement of the bank account or canceled cheque

·         Description of business

·         Passport size photograph of the applicant

 

For private Limited

·         PAN number of the company

·         Aadhar card of all the directors

·         Incorporation certificate or proof of business

·         Bank account details

·         Residential proof of business or company

·         MOA and AOA

·         Digital signature

·         Letter of Authorization

·         ID and address proof of promoters and directors

·         Photographs of promoters and directors

 

For LLP/ Partnership

·         PAN card of partnership

·         Aadhar card of all partners

·         Bank account details

·         Address prod

·         LLP certificate or partnership deed

The documents, as mentioned above, are required to collect before GST registration.

 

Guideline for online GST registration process

1.      The whole GST registration process is online and through online portals supported by the Central Government of India. Throughout this registration process, some fields will require professional help. So it is best to consult an expert before taking your GST registration.

2.      After preparing all the documents required for GST registration head over to the GSTN online portal, in part A of form goods and service tax REG-01 the applicant needs to submit PAN, mobile number, and email address.

3.      Upon verification of the PAN, mobile number and email address the GST portal will generate a one-time password, and an application reference number (ARN) will be sent to the registered mobile number and via email. After this verification process, Form goods and service tax REG-02 will be generated electronically.

4.      Now the applicant needs to fill all the necessary information in part B of form goods and service tax REG-01 and specify the application reference number (ARN). Submit this part of the form with all the relevant documents to proceed onto the next part.

5.      In case any additional information is required Form Goods and service Tax REG-03 will be issued, and the applicant has to respond in Form Goods and Service Tax REG-04 within 7 days from the issue of Form GST REG-03.

6.      After doing all the steps correctly and providing information through Form Goods and Service Tax REG-01 or REG -04 a registration certificate GST REG-06 will be issued. In it, the applicant will get the GSTIN number for the principal place of business and every additional place of business.

7.      In case the provided information turned out to be wrong or not satisfactory then your GST registration application will get rejected using Form Goods and Service Tax REG-05.

 

Mode of GST Registration

There are four kinds of GST registration, and you have to choose the category for which you are eligible.

 

·         CGST
The tax imposed on the intrastate supply of goods and services by the Central government of India is called Central Goods and Service Tax (CGST). Intra-state supply of services and goods happens when the supplier and buyer are in the same state.

·         SGST
The tax imposed on the intra-state supply of goods and services is known as the State Goods and Service Tax (SGST). Here the tax revenue goes to the state government.

·         IGST
This tax is levied on the inter-state supplies of goods and services. When the supplier of goods and services and the supply are in different states, then IGST is applicable. The tax revenue generated through IGST is shared between State and Central.

·         UTGST/ UGST
When the exchange of goods and services happens in any union territory, the tax which is applied is UGST which is collected by the central government.

 

Method to track your GST registration application

You can track your GST registration and check its status online. Follow these simple steps to track your GST registration.

1.      First, you need to log on to the GSTN portal i.e. https://services.gst.gov.in

2.      After successfully logging into your account, click on the “service” option.

3.      You will now get a “registration” result.

4.      On that page, choose "track application status".

5.      You now have to enter your ARN number in the search feed and click search.

6.      You will now be able to see the application status and the same information will be sent to your mail for easy accessibility.

 

The penalty related to GST registration

•    If an eligible person is not registering under GST, then that person has to pay a penalty of 10% of the tax amount or a penalty of minimum Rs. 10,000, which is greater. So online GST registration is mandatory for businesses.

•    Deliberately avoiding the tax will attract a fine of 100% of the tax amount.

•    Doing the invoicing wrong can lead to a penalty of rs. 25000. You have to fill in GST tax returns for NIL return to avoid any penalty.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS) RELATED TO GST REGISTRATION

  • How to cancel GST registration?

    To apply for GST registration cancellation, first, you need to clear all the liabilities that arise towards the goods and service tax department, and only after that, you can file an application for GST cancellation. For detailed information regarding the process, consult Income tax consultants.

  • How to download the GST registration certificate?

    For downloading your GST registration certificate, you need to go to the GSTN online portal. Log in to your account with your credentials. After successfully logging in you will see the option "services", click on that and a dropdown menu will appear. Select the download certificate option, enter your ARN number to confirm, and you will be able to download the GST registration certificate.

  • How to get GST registration?

    You need to prepare all the necessary documents and figure out which GST you are eligible for. After that, go to the online GST registration portal and fill both parts A and B of Form goods and service REG-01, and proceed accordingly. After correctly doing all the forms and verification of all the documents you will be issued Form goods and service tax REG-06 which is the certificate for GST, and you will get your ARN. Your GST registration process is now complete.

  • How to surrender GST registration?

    You have to make an application to the GST council of India for surrendering your registration. But before that, you have to make sure all due liabilities should be clear.

  • How to get a GST registration certificate?

    For getting a GST registration certificate, you have to complete the online GST registration process. You have to make an application to the GST department and submit all the required documents and information. After verification and approval, you will get your GST registration certificate.

  • How can I check the registration status of GST in India?

    ·         First, you need to log on to the GSTN portal i.e. https://services.gst.gov.in

    ·         After successfully logging into your account, click on the “service” option.

    ·         You will now get a “registration” result.

    ·         On that page, choose "track application status".

    ·         You now have to enter your ARN number in the search feed and click search.

    ·         You will now be able to see the application status and the same information will be sent to your mail for easy accessibility.

  • How to activate cancelled GST registration?

    The cancelled GST Registration can be revoked through the online and offline process within 30 days of cancellation. This process will only work if the GST authority makes the cancellation. The online process is relatively faster, where you need to file an application for revocation of your cancelled GST registration and you have to attach all necessary documents and provide a reason for your re-activation. If everything is satisfactory to the GST officer, then your GST registration will again be activated.

  • How to get the GST registration number?

    GST registration number of GSTIN is a unique identification number which is issued to the taxpayers who registered for goods and service tax. To obtain a GSTN or GST registration number, you need to complete the new GST registration process. The whole process will take around 10 days.

  • How to check the GST registration status?

    You can check your GST registration status online through their official portal https://services.gst.gov.in. You need to log in to your account and go to services, where you will find track application status. You have to provide your ARN, and you can view your registration status.

  • What are the documents you will need for online GST registration?

    Depending upon the business type, you have to provide all the necessary documents for GST registration online.

     

    ·         PAN number of the company

    ·         Aadhar card of all the directors

    ·         Incorporation certificate or proof of business

    ·         Bank account details

    ·         Residential proof of business or company

    ·         MOA and AOA

    ·         Digital signature

    ·         Letter of Authorization

    ·         ID and address proof of promoters and directors

    ·         Photographs of promoters and directors

  • What is the GST registration?

    GST or goods and services tax is a new form of indirect tax which has been introduced by the Indian government on 1st July 2017. It is a combined and simpler form of all the previously existing indirect taxes. The businesses or companies who are liable to pay goods and service tax and are eligible for GST have to register for it. The GST registration process is online.

  • What is ARN?

    The application reference number or in short ARN is the final proof that indicates successful submission of GST registration application to their online servers. You will get your ARN after you upload all the important documents and forms.

  • How many types of GST are there?

    GST is basically of four types, i.e. Central Goods and Service Tax (CGST), State Goods and Service Tax (SGST), Union Territory Goods and Service Tax (UGST), and Integrated Goods and Service Tax (IGST). The GST imposed on intra-state goods, and service supply is governed by CGST, and SGST governs the inter-state portion.

  • How to change the address in GST registration?

    For any change in the address in the GST registration, you need to refer to GST form REG-14. However, make sure the new and old address, both are in the same state, as changing state will completely change the previous GST Services, and you have to file for new registration. You also have to prepare all the necessary documents as address proof for the new address.

  • Who does not need GST registration?

    o   Agriculturists

    o   A service of goods supplier whose annual turnover is less than the mentioned limit.

    o   Persons covered under reverse charge mechanism (RCM)

    o   Supplying nontaxable goods does not require GST registration.

    o   Crematorium, mortuary, funeral, transportation of the deceased, these types of services do not require GST Registration.

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