GST Registration




About GST Registration



Introducing Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been a big tax reform in India. And so much time has passed since its introduction that questions like “what is GST Registration” do not sound right. So here is a brief introduction

  • GST is the only tax that one has to get his/her business registered under.
  • If your business is not GST registered, heavy fines and penalties can be levied.
  • GST Registration allows you to collect GST from your customers.
  • So avoid going against the law, get your business registered for GST.

  • Previous Law Converted Taxpayer
  • All individuals or companies registered under the Pre-GST tax laws like Service Tax or Excise or VAT, etc.

  • Turnover for Goods Provider
  • If your sales or turnover of goods is crossing Rs. 40 lakh in a year then GST Registration is mandatory. For the Special Category States, the limit is Rs. 20 lakh in a year.

  • Reverse Charge Mechanism (RCM)
  • Businesses who need to pay taxes under the RCM also need to be GST registered.

  • NRI Taxable Person
  • If you are an NRI or handling the business of NRI in India.

  • Agents of Suppliers or Input Service Distributor (ISD)
  • All supplier agents and ISD, to earn benefits of Input Tax Credit, need GST Registration.

  • Casual Taxpayer
  • If you supply goods or services, in events/exhibitions, and not have a permanent place of doing business. In such cases, GST is charged on the basis of an estimated turnover of 90 days. The validity of the Registration is also 90 days.

  • Turnover for Service Provider
  • If you are a service provider & sales or turnover is crossing Rs. 20 lakh in a year then GST Registration is mandatory. For the Special Category States, the limit is Rs. 10 lakh in a year




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