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1. Fill Form
Just fill below form with your details.
2. Call Discuss
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Send your documents to us.
4. Get Certificate
Your registration is done.
Eligibility For GST Registration
Turnover of 20 Lakh
If your current supply of goods or service is over Rs. 20 lakh, you need to obtain GST Registration (if your business operates exclusively in the North Eastern states, Rs. 10 lakh).
Inter-State Sales or Service provider
Anyone supplying goods or services to another state, need to apply for GST regardless of turnover. Even online service provider serving customers in another State will instantly attract GST registration.
Who owns, operates of manages digital platform for e-commerce. Eg: Flipkart, Amazon etc.
Supplier of Online Information
Any person supplying online information and database services from outside India to a person in India need to register irrespective of turnover
Non- Residents & Importers
Any Non-resident person or company supplying goods or services in India need to take the registration regardless of turnover.
Vendors selling through E commerce Portals
Persons who supply goods or services through eCommerce sites
MOA, AOA & Incorporation Certificate for Pvt./Public LTD.
LLP Agreement/ Partnership deed for LLP/ Partnership Firm
Shop Act / Ghumasta License for Proprietorship Firm
CGST vs SGST vs IGST
CGST - When the supply of goods and services takes place WITHIN the States, Hence the tax levied by the central government is known as Central GST.
SGST - State GST is the component of GST that will be collected by the state government on all items, both goods and services on intra-state trade.
IGST - When the place of Supplier and the Consumer are in different states, Integrated GST is levied by the central government.
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What are the benefits of GST in India?
Many Indirect taxes like VAT, Excise Duty, Service Tax, CST, Import- Export, Luxury Tax and Entertainment Tax is now only require a GST registration. This will result in less compliance and help businesses to focus more into their business.
What are the GST Rates in India?
The GST rate will depend on the type of goods and services. Currently, the slab rates are 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%. Gold and rough diamonds do not currently fall under GST and will be taxed at 3% and 0.25%