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Online GST Registration Services at Rs. 999 – Raj Softech BCS

  • Our Expert GST Consultation
  • Initial Document Collection
  • Filing Application for GST Registration
  • Dedicated Manager to Process your GST Registration
  • Completely Online - No office visits
  • Affordable Cost at One Package
  • CA Assistance for your GST Filings in the course

What is GST Registration - Is It Mandatory?

Goods and Service Tax (GST) is implemented on 1st July 2017 according to the Goods and Service Tax Act. It replaces multiple levels of the indirect tax and make it simple to the Taxpayer and also levied some goods and services for consumption. And our achievement is "ONE NATION AND ONE TAX".

Basically, the GST is the consumption-oriented tax used in India. It is a multi-stage tax system, imposed on every step on the production process and refundable to all parties. But the GST is charged against on the end consumers. And based on the destination-oriented tax, the burden will fall to the end consumers.

GST will chargeable by different tax rates on the different goods and services perhaps, it will raise the goods and services cost on each stage. GST Registration is mandatory for the following segments.

  • A service provider whose annual turnover limit is 20 lakhs and/or more.
  • Similarly, any other businesses like selling goods whose annual turnover limit are 40lakhs and/or more.
  • And also we met with some exemption cases while taking the GST.

Our GST Registration Process

GST Expert Phone Consultation

Document Collection and Drafing

Online Payments as per the package

Document Upload | ARN Generation

Get GST Number in 5 - 7 Business Days

Raj Softech GST Package

Packages Includes

Packages Includes

GST Certificate

GST Invoice Template

GST Online Invoicing Software

GST HSN Codes and Tax Rates

Who Needs GST Registration Number?

  • Any Businesses in the service-oriented industry operating in India having an annual turnover of more than Rs 20 Lakhs Per Annum (Rs. 10 Lakh for the North Eastern States).
  • Any Businesses in the manufacturing, production, and marketing industry operating in India having an annual turnover of more than Rs. 40 Lakhs Per Annum (Rs. 75 Lakh for the North Eastern States).
  • If the business has multiple locations in more than one state in India, GST Registration is therefore necessary.
  • If you already have a registered business under VAT, Excise Laws, Service Tax Laws, and other state tax laws.
  • Selling goods or services on various online shopping sites (like selling on Amazon and Flipkart).
  • GST Registration is mandatory for the business that delivers services or sells goods outside India.
  • Benefits of GST

    1. You can legally collect taxes from your customers for every sale of goods or services and pass on the Tax Benefits to suppliers.
    2. Your Business will become 100% tax Compliant and protect you from legal disputes.
    3. All nationalized and private sector banks in India are accepting GST Registration Document for opening a Current Account and/or Business Account.
    4. GST registered businesses are given preferences while applying for various states and central government tenders.
    5. Improve your profit scale by claiming Input Tax Credits for the purchases you have made in the current calendar month.
    6. Provision to expand your businesses on a large scale of various channels like online, import-exports.
    7. You can submit your GST registration document to open payment gateway accounts, use mobile wallets, and other online payment services.

    Required Documents for GST Registration

    Sole Proprietor / Individual

    • Owner PAN Card
    • Owner Aadhar Card
    • Owner Passport size Photo
    • Bank Account Details*
    • Address Proof*

    Sole Proprietor / Individual

    • Company PAN Card
    • Certificate of Incorporation given by Ministry of Corporate Affairs
    • Memorandum of Association/Articles of Association
    • Address Proof of the Company*
    • Board Resolutions Letter of appointment of the authorized signatory
    • PAN Card and Aadhar Card of the authorized signatory
    • PAN Card and Aadhar Card of all company directors
    • Passport size photo of all company directors
    • Bank Account Details*

    Partnership Firm/LLP

    • PAN Card of all partners
    • Copy of partnership deed
    • Address Proof of the Company*
    • Passport size photo of all partners
    • Address proof of partners*
    • Letter Head of appointment of the authorized signatory
    • PAN Card and Aadhar Card of the authorized signatory
    • In case of LLP, registration certificate/Board Resolution LLP
    • Bank Account Details*

    GST Penalty

    The GST Act specifies 21 various offenses that are eligible to attract penalties under the GST regime.

    1. Any Business not having GST Registration: 100% tax due or Rs. 10,000 (whichever is higher)
    2. Not giving GST invoice: 100% tax due or Rs. 10,000 (whichever is higher)
    3. Incorrect GST Invoicing: Rs.25,000
    4. Not filing GST Tax Returns: 100% tax due or Rs. 10,000 (whichever is higher)
    5. Delayed filing GST Returns: For Nil Return, Rs.20 Per Day. Regular Returns Rs.200 Per Day up to a maximum of Rs.5000
    6. Choosing Composition Scheme even if not eligible: 100% tax due or Rs. 10,000(whichever is higher)

    May include jail term for fraud cases of higher value.

    What is GSTIN?

    GSTIN is a mandatory number that is allocated by the government for every entity according to their business module. GSTIN number consists of 15 digital number codes, in brief.

    1. The first 2 numbers represent the state code
    2. The next 10 digit number represents the Pan number of the entity
    3. 13th digit represents the number of registration on within a state
    4. Along with the last 2 checks will be default code.

    Make ensure the GSTIN number only represent you are an eligible taxpayer to collect the tax from the consumers.

    Know Your GSTIN

    What are the Types of GST Regisration?

    Despite the GST, we have two types of registration process while our business shift to the GST registration according to that capacity wider choice of the payer they will choose accordingly.

    Composite Registration:

    This composition tax scheme is simple and easy to understand by the taxpayers.
    This system is suitable for the small taxpayer, who promote their business in the domestic market. Composite GST can be availed by any taxpayer whose turnover is 1.5 crore and, for the north-Eastern states, the limit is 75 lakhs.

    And particularly, who promoting the services as a composite dealer threshold limit not exceeding 50 lakhs. For the composition dealer scheme, the Taxpayer has to file GST CMP-02 with the government through the GST portal.

    Also, the taxpayer must give intimation to the government at the beginning of every financial year. And make sure taxpayers should collect any tax from their customers they must pay tax on their pocket.

    Regular Tax Payer:

    For the Regular Taxpayer, we don’t indulge with the restriction and also have to file the tax on time. According to this scheme, we can promote our business across any state's market.

    Along with that, we are eligible under regular tax no such sort of rules and regulation. Also, we are eligible to collect the tax from the end consumer. As prescribed under the normal category, we have a threshold limit.

    1. A service provider whose annual turnover limit is 20 lakhs and/or more.
    2. Similarly, any other businesses like selling goods whose annual turnover limit are 40lakhs and/or more.

    And once taxpayers cover under the normal scheme they couldn’t move for the composition scheme.

    GST Registration

    What is Input Tax Credit?

    As mentioned already that the GST is the destination-based tax. If the Tax-payer purchases their goods or services from any supplier, it is claimable under the Goods and Services Tax Act.

    As per the rule, ITC is nothing but the tax that business pays on a purchase of raw materials or goods. It is claimable when the tax-payer makes a sale. It reduces the Tax liability for the payer and also make some exempt supplies.

    What are the GST Tax Rates?

    According to the Good and Service Act, the rate of the GST percentage will vary from business to business. It also depends on the carryover by goods and services rendered by them.

    And also we can apply for exemption while engaged with the agricultural-related exports and imports of goods/services. According to the basic standards, we have a Four slab of 5,12,18,28 percentage except for the gold and ornaments. The aside of tax on gold is 3%.

    GST Return Filing

    GST return filing is mandatory for business owners and service providers. GST Return is nothing but the business individual who bounds with the GST Act needs to submit their income details to the tax department. GST return includes every sale and purchase commence in the business. A business registered under the GST Act has to file three returns per month. Finally, the annual return covers all the 36 filings.

    Current Account Opening

    Basically, if an entity wants to track all the business transactions in an accurate manner they need a current account. The Current account will give opened for all the Limited entity within 6 months of incorporation and it’s mandatory for everyone. Being your assistance will provide the services of the current account opening. Most peculiarly, will be sort by 5-7 business working days.

    GST - FAQ

    What is GST?

    GST is a tax levy on the supply of goods and services. It is a value-added tax collected in each stage of the product supply and service offerings. The replacement of GST helps to abolish many indirect taxations. GST is the single indirect tax system uniformly followed in entire India

    What are the different types of GST?

    There are four different types of GST using at the time of business taxation. Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST), State Goods and Services Tax (SGST), Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST), and Union Territory Goods and Services Tax (UTGST). Each taxation rate completely differs from other taxation rates.

    How Do I calculate my tax under GST?

    First of all, we need to know the tax slab for your specific business or service. 0%,5%,12%18% and 28% are the common GST taxation slabs. Then the separation of IGST or CGST and SGST will decide your overall GST taxation.

    How do levy GST for imports and exports?

    Imports of goods and services come under the Inter-state supply and the IGST levies on imports on goods and services in India. A business import in an inter-state will consume the SGST. Otherwise, the export will treat as zero percent. There is no tax payable for the export of goods and service supply.

    Why should I do GST registration?

    A business that crosses the turnover of more than Rs.40 lakhs is known as a taxable business. Otherwise, the taxable business supply which exceeds the turnover of more than Rs.20 lakhs in a financial year needs to obtain this GST registration. If an Individual failed to register GST as per law, he/she would legally pay the penalty.

    What is GSTIN?

    GSTIN stands for Goods and Services Tax Identification Number. GST identification number is a 15-digit number issued at the time of their GST registration. In the GST portal, this number used for your business consolidation. It is a useful number at the time of GSTcompliances and other GST validations too.

    What is GST reverse Charge?

    Both the goods and service supply is registered under the GST. Sometimes, the reverse charge is applicable at GST filing and it directly pays to the government. Suppose, If a supplier is not registered under GST and selling the product to a vendor at the time, this reverse charge will be raised. But obviously, it is paid by the vendor rather than the supplier.

    What are the business exempt from GST?

    What are the Business

    Businesses and individuals who generate their annual income less than Rs.20 lakhs are e4xempt from this GST registration. The hill state and Northeastern states with the lower limit turnover of Rs. 10 lakhs and below also exempt from this GST registration.

    What are the items that get exempt from GST?

    Mostly agriculture and food relating products are getting its total exemption in GST. Otherwise, less- luxury products and essential services like education are exempt from GST.

    What is the maximum penalty for not registering under GST?

    According to the GST act, a GST penalty of 10% from the total tax amount is a receivable one. If the GST is not paying for a period of more than a year the taxpayer must meet the prosecution and penalty with arrest.

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