In GST Management, companies with turnover exceeding Rs. 40 100,000 * (Rs 10 lakh for northeast and hill states) is required to register as an ordinary taxable person. This registration process is called GST registration.
For some businesses, GST registration is mandatory. If the organization operates without registering for GST, it will be a violation of GST and penalties imposed will be imposed.
GST registration usually takes 2-6 working days. We will help you apply for GST in 3 easy steps.
* CBIC has informed that the threshold change has increased from 20 100,000 to Rs 40 lakh. The notice will be effective from April 1, 2019.
Who Should Register for GST?
- Natural persons registered under the original GST law (i.e. customs, VAT, service tax, etc.)
- Companies whose turnover exceeds the threshold limit of Rs. 40 Lakh * (Rs. 10 Lakh for North East State, J&K, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand)
- Occasional tax / Not taxable
- Distributor agents and input distributor services
- Taxpayers are subject to a refund mechanism
- People who submit through e-commerce aggregators
- Any combination of e-commerce
- A person who provides online information and access to a database or obtains services from a location outside India to a person in India, other than a registered taxable person
- * CBIC has informed that the threshold change has increased from 20 100,000 to Rs 40 lakh. The notice will be effective from April 1, 2019.
Documents Required for GST Registration
The Documents Required Are Relatively Less For Iec Registration. Only A Few Documents Are Required Which Are Listed Below For A Better Scope.
- PAN of the Applicant
- Aadhaar card
- Proof of business registration or Incorporation certificate
- Identity and Address proof of Promoters/Director with Photographs
- Address proof of the place of business
- Bank Account statement/Cancelled cheque
- Digital Signature
- Letter of Authorization/Board Resolution for Authorized Signatory