GST

GST Registration

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    GST Registration 
    GST Filing

Basic Plan

GST (Goods and Services Tax) is the biggest indirect tax reform of India. GST is a single tax on the supply of goods and services. It is a destination based tax. GST has subsumed taxes like Central Excise Law, Service Tax Law, VAT, Entry Tax, Octroi, etc. GST is one of the biggest indirect tax reforms in the country. GST is expected to bring together state economies and improve overall economic growth of the nation.
GST is a comprehensive indirect tax levy on manufacture, sale and consumption of goods as well as services at the national level. It will replace all indirect taxes levied on goods and services by states and Central. Businesses are required to obtain a GST Identification Number in every state they are registered.
There are around 160 countries in the world that have GST in place. GST is a destination based taxed where the tax is collected by the State where goods are consumed. GST has been implemented in India from July 1, 2017 and it has adopted the Dual GST model in which both States and Central levies tax on Goods or Services or both.
SGST – State GST, collected by the State Govt.
CGST – Central GST, collected by the Central Govt.
IGST – Integrated GST, collected by the Central Govt.

    In Case of Sole Proprietorship / Individual
    Documents Required for Individual
    §  PAN card and Identity Proof of the Individual
    §  Copy of cancelled cheque or bank statement
    §  Declaration to comply with the provisions
    §  Photo
    Registered Office Documents
    §  Copy of electricity bill/landline bill, water bill
    §  Rent agreement (for rented premises)
    §  NOC (No Objection Certificate) of owner
    In Case of Private Limited Company (Pvt. Ltd.) / Public Company (Limited Company) / One Person Company (OPC)
    Company Documents
    §  PAN card of the company
    §  Registration Certificate of the company
    §  Memorandum of Association (MOA) /Articles of Association (AOA)
    §  Copy of Bank Statement
    §  Copy of Board Resolution
    Documents Related to Director
    §  PAN and ID (Identity Proof) of Directors
    Documents for Registered Office
    §  Copy of electricity bill/landline bill, water bill
    §  Rent Agreement (for rented premises)
    §  NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the owner
    In Case of  Partnerships
    Documents for Partnership
    §  PAN card of the Partnership
    §  Partnership Deed
    §  Copy of Bank Statement
    Partner Related Documents
    §  PAN and ID proof of designated partners
    Documents Required for Registered Office
    §  Copy of electricity bill/landline bill, water bill
    §  Rent Agreement (for rented premises)
    §  NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the owner
    In Case of Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)
    LLP documents
    §  PAN card of the LLP
    §  Registration Certificate of the LLP
    §  LLP Partnership agreement
    §  Copy of Bank Statement of the LLP
    §  Declaration to comply with the provisions
    §  Copy of Board Resolution
    Designated Partner Related Documents
    §  PAN and ID proof of designated partners
    Registered Office Documents
    §  Copy of electricity bill/landline bill, water Bill
    §  NOC of the owner
    §  Rent agreement (for rented premises)



    Step-1
    Receiving Documents & Information 1-2 Days

    Step-2
    Application Drafting 3-4 Days

    Step-3
    Review & Changes 5 to 6 Days

    Step-4
    GST Registration 7 to 10 Days

    You are required to apply and obtain GST registration within 30 days of being required by law to obtain GST registration.

    Yes. PAN is mandatory for obtaining GST registration. In case of Proprietorship, the PAN of the Proprietor can be used. In case of LLP or Company or Trust or other types of legal entity, PAN must first be obtained for the entity making the GST registration application. However, PAN is not mandatory for GST registration for foreigners and foreign companies. For non-resident taxable persons, GSTIN with a fixed expiry date will be provided based on the other documents provided to prove existence.

    GST registration does not have an expiry date. Hence, a GST registration will be valid until its cancelled, surrendered or suspended. Only GST registration for non-resident taxable persons and casual taxable person have a validity period that is fixed by the Authorities while issuing the GST registration certificate.