Step into the future of taxation: Register for GST.
About this Plan
1.Legally Compliant: GST registration is a legal requirement for businesses that meet the prescribed turnover threshold. By registering for GST, businesses comply with the law and avoid any penalties or legal consequences for non-compliance.
2.Seamless Input Tax Credit (ITC): GST allows businesses to claim input tax credit, which means they can offset the tax paid on inputs (purchases) against the tax collected on outputs (sales). GST registration enables businesses to avail themselves of ITC, reducing the overall tax liability and enhancing profitability.
3.Increased Market Reach: GST registration enables businesses to participate in interstate trade. Under the previous tax regime, interstate sales attracted multiple taxes and compliances. However, with GST, businesses can supply goods or services across state borders with greater ease, expanding their customer base and market reach.
4.Competitive Advantage: GST creates a level playing field for businesses by eliminating cascading taxes (taxes on taxes) and providing a simplified tax structure. This fosters fair competition and enables businesses to compete on the basis of quality, price, and efficiency rather than tax advantages.
5.Improved Cash Flow: With GST registration, businesses can charge GST on their sales and collect it from customers. This GST collected can then be set off against the GST paid on purchases (input tax credit). This mechanism ensures that businesses have a smoother cash flow, as they are not burdened with the cascading effect of multiple taxes.
6.Ease of Compliance: GST has simplified the tax compliance process by introducing a unified tax structure. GST registration enables businesses to file regular GST returns and fulfill their compliance obligations more efficiently. The introduction of online portals and digital interfaces has further streamlined the compliance process.
GST Registration Service Process
1.Consultation: We begin by understanding your business and its requirements. Our experts will assess your eligibility for GST registration and provide guidance on the necessary steps to proceed.
2.Documentation: Our team will assist you in gathering the required documents, such as proof of identity, address, and business incorporation documents. We will ensure that your documentation is accurate and complete.
3.Application Submission: We will prepare and submit your GST registration application online. Our experts will verify the information provided and make sure it aligns with the GST regulations.
4.Follow-up and Communication: We will keep you updated on the progress of your application and promptly respond to any queries or additional requests from the authorities.
5.Registration Completion: Once your application is approved, we will provide you with your GST registration certificate. We will also guide you on the next steps to comply with GST regulations and maintain accurate records.
PAN Card: Permanent Account Number (PAN) card of the business entity or the proprietor/partners/directors, as applicable.
Identity and Address Proof: Identity proof (such as Aadhaar card, passport, voter ID, etc.) and address proof (such as Aadhaar card, passport, driving license, utility bills, etc.) of the proprietor/partners/directors.
Photographs: Recent passport-sized photographs of the proprietor/partners/directors.
Business Registration Documents:
a. For Proprietorship: Ownership documents of the business premises (such as property tax receipt, electricity bill, rent agreement, etc.) or No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the landlord.
b. For Partnership: Partnership Deed containing the details of the partners and their profit-sharing ratio.
c. For Private Limited Company/Public Limited Company: Certificate of Incorporation issued by the Registrar of Companies (RoC) and Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA) of the company.
d. For Limited Liability Partnership (LLP): Certificate of Incorporation issued by the Registrar of Companies (RoC) and LLP Agreement.
Bank Account Details: Bank account statement/canceled cheque in the name of the business entity.
Digital Signature Certificate (DSC): DSC of the authorized signatory (required for private limited companies, public limited companies, LLPs, and foreign companies).
Letter of Authorization: In case the authorized signatory is not a director or partner, a Letter of Authorization or Board Resolution granting them the authority to sign and apply for GST registration on behalf of the business.
Additional Documents: Additional documents may be required based on the type of business, such as:
a. For Import/Export: Importer-Exporter Code (IEC) issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT).
b. For Special Category: Documents supporting eligibility for special category registration, such as Udyam Registration Certificate for MSMEs.
Please note that the above list is not exhaustive, and specific requirements may vary based on the state, industry, and other factors.
How it’s done
Our online accounting services feature end-to-end online processing provided by our experts. It is very simple, completely digital and available for 365 days.
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