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GST Registration

Rs.999/- only

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GST has replaced most Central and State level indirect taxes like VAT, ServIce tax, Excise etc from 1st July, 2017. As a seller or service provider, it is mandatory to register for the GST if your business has a turnover of above ₹ 40 lakhs (if you sell goods) or more than ₹ 20 lakhs (if you supply services).


GST Registration

INR 999/- 

  • GST Registration Application

  • NOC Format 

  • HSN / SAC Code Selection

  • GST calculation & Challan Generation

  • Excludes DSC (other than proprietor)

  • Full Assistance for GST queries 

 Documents Required 

1.  PAN, Adhar, Photograph, Incorporation Document

2.  Rent Agreement, NOC from owner, Electricity Bill

3.  Shop & Establishment License, if any

4.  Letter of Authorization / Board Resolution

5. Bank Statement / Cancelled Cheque

Who must get GST registration

Online Supplier

Persons who supply goods or services through e-commerce sites

NRI & Importers

Any Non-resident person or company supplying goods or services in India 

Exceeding Turnover

Turnover of goods is crossing Rs. 40 lakh; or turnover of services is crossing Rs. 20 lakh 

Reverse Charge (RCM)

Businesses who need to pay taxes under the Reverse Charge Mechanism (RCM) 

Inter-State Supply

Anyone supplying goods or services to another state including online service provider

Casual Taxpayer

Event Manager/ Exhibitor, not having permanent place of business, get 90 days registration

Online Info Supplier

Any person supplying online information and database from outside India to a person in India

E-commerce Operator

Who owns, operates or manages digital platform for e-commerce. Eg: Flipkart, Amazon etc.

Voluntary Registration

Anyone can register under GST even though it is not required by law. Small businesses with turnover less than 20lakhs can voluntarily register under GST.

Businesses with turnover 20 lakhs to 1 crore can opt for composition levy. But composition levy comes with additional disadvantages such as not being able to collect any tax from their customers or avail input tax credit. Such SMEs may also opt for to register themselves as normal dealers instead of composition dealers.

Benefits of Voluntary Registration

  • Provide input tax credit to customers – Since your business is legally recognized, you can issue taxable invoices. Buyers, in turn, can take input credit on their purchases. This will help expand the customer base and make it more competitive.

  • Take input credit – Voluntarily registered persons can take input credit on their own purchases and input services like legal fees, consultation fees etc. This will eventually increase their business margin and profitability.

  • Make inter-state sales without many restrictions – Businesses registered under GST can make inter-state sales without many restrictions. Thus, it widens the potential market for SMEs. These SMEs can also opt for selling their goods online through the e-commerce platform.

  • Be compliant and have good rating – Registration for GST will ensure that the business is compliant and scalable without any barrier of future registration. Also under GST, compliance rating will be maintained and if this is done correctly, it can attract additional business.

  • Better standing – A registered business will find it much easier in other business areas such as getting bank loans, renting premises.

Should you opt for voluntary registration?

  • If your buyers & sellers are registered then it may be beneficial for you to register otherwise you will break the ITC chain.

  • If your end-buyers are unregistered it may be beneficial to not to register.

  • If you are planning to expand your business, you might opt for composition scheme. There are lesser taxes to be paid and lesser compliance to be maintained. Registering will help you to get bank loans more easily.

Needless to say that small business must do their math around the cost-benefit of voluntary registration under GST. 

GST Registration with 3 month GST Filing

INR 6999/- 

  • 1 GSTIN Registration

  • GSTR-1 & GSTR-3B Filing for 3 months

  • All B2B, B2C, RCM Covered

  • GST calculation & Challan Generation

  • Excludes Bookkeeping / Accounting

  • Full Assistance for GST queries 

  • Turnover upto Rs.1.5 crores

 Documents Required 

1.  PAN, Adhar, Photograph, Incorporation Document

2.  Rent Agreement, NOC from owner, Electricity Bill

3.  Letter of Authorization / Board Resolution

4.  Bank Statement / Cancelled Cheque

5. Sales Register, Purchase Register

6. Journal (GST on Expenses/Assets)

7. Paid Challan

Input Tax Credit (ITC)
Input Tax Credit

Input credit means at the time of paying tax on output, you can reduce the tax you have already paid on inputs and pay the balance amount. Inputs are all those goods that went into creating the finished products provided to the final consumer.

When you buy a product/service from a registered dealer you pay taxes on the purchase. On selling, you collect the tax. You adjust the taxes paid at the time of purchase with the amount of output tax (tax on sales) and balance liability of tax (tax on sales minus tax on purchase) has to be paid to the government. This mechanism is called utilization of input tax credit.

Who can claim ITC?

ITC can be claimed by a person registered under GST only if the following conditions are fulfilled

  • The dealer should be in possession of tax invoice

  • The said goods/services have been received

  • Returns have been filed.

  • The tax charged has been paid to the government by the supplier.

  • When goods are received in installments ITC can be claimed only when the last lot is received.

  • No ITC will be allowed if depreciation has been claimed on tax component of a capital good

Who cannot claim ITC?

Input Tax Credit can be claimed only for business purposes. It is not available for goods or services exclusively used for:

  • Personal use,

  • Exempt supplies,

  • Supplies for which ITC is specifically not available.

  • Apart from the above, there are some other cases where ITC will be reversed. Such as Credit Note issued to ISD, Non-payment of invoices within 180 days, assets bought partly or wholly for exempted supplies or personal use, etc.

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