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We take over your accounting, GST & TDS filings for your fledgling business

Rs. 4,750/m

If billed quarterly

Rs. 5,000/m if billed monthly

Upto 100 entries/m

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We undertake accounting, basic filings and provide regular snapshots of your finance

Rs. 14,250/m

If billed quarterly

Rs. 15,000/m if billed monthly

Upto 1000 entries/m

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Accounting, compliance, financial reporting and complete guidance on your numbers

Rs. 28,500/m

If billed quarterly

Rs. 30,000/m if billed monthly

Upto 2000 entries/m

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Your scope of work is large enough to require more customized solutions

More than 2000 entries/m

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  3. Your registration is done within a week!

What is Registration under GST?

In the GST Regime, businesses whose turnover is more than Rs. 20 lakhs (Rs 10 lakhs for North East and hill states) are required to register as a normal taxable person.
Registration under GST is mandatory for certain businesses. If the organisation is liable to register under the GST and carries on business without registering under GST, it will be considered as an offence under GST and heavy penalties will be levied.
GST registration will usually take 2-6 working days.

Who should register for GST in India?

Under the GST regime, the tax is payable by the registered taxable person on the supply of goods and services.
Here we have mentioned who needs to get registered under GST mandatorily.

  • Individuals who are registered under the previous law (Excise, VAT, Service Tax etc.)
  • When the businesses or the taxable person crosses the turnover threshold limit of Rs 20 lakhs (Rs 10 lakhs for North East and Hill States)
  • Inter-State Suppliers
  • Businesses having multiple branches in multiple states
  • Casual Taxable Person
  • A person who is required to pay tax under Reverse Charge Mechanism (if the supplier is unregistered under GST).
  • A person who want to take Input Tax Credit
  • E-Commerce operators, supplying goods or services
  • Non- Resident Taxable Person.

*Casual taxable person means the person whose place of business is not fixed and undertakes transactions occasionally involving the supply of goods or services or both.
*Non-Resident Taxable Person means the person whose place of business is not fixed or is not the resident of India and undertakes transactions occasionally involving the supply of goods or services or both.

The Benefits of GST Registration?

If you are not liable to get a GST number, there are still many benefits of getting one. These are:

  • Your business is legally recognized as a supplier of goods or services.
  • You can offset input tax credit on goods or services used, against the final payment of GST due to the GST Authority; This can be done with the help of proper accounting.
  • Small businesses and startups can register with E-Commerce companies and enter into online sales without having to concern yourself with the tax effects of selling goods in multiple states.
  • All businesses can make interstate sales without any restrictions. (For Interstate sales, it is mandatory to register under GST irrespective of the limit of Rs. 20 Lakhs for registration).
  • Under the GST Regime, businesses no longer need to obtain multiple registrations (service tax, VAT, etc;), as a single GST registration, would be applicable across India; Thus, a unified tax code has significantly improved the ease of starting a new business in India.
  • All businesses which have successfully registered under GST are allotted a unique GSTIN, which can be quoted on invoices.

Time Period to get register under GST

The person is required to get himself registered under GST within 30 days from the date when turnover exceeds Rs.20 Lakhs or Rs. 10 Lakhs(for north east & hill states).
For example: BBC Ltd. is engaged in supplying taxable services in New Delhi. The turnover of BBC Ltd exceeds on 1st October, now BBC Ltd. is requiredto get registered by 1st November in the state of New Delhi.

GST Registration for different locations

Registration has to be taken in the state or union territory from where the registered supplier makes a taxable supply of goods & services. Registration is not required in that state where taxable supply is made. Where in case supplies of goods or services are made from different states, a separate registration will be required but there should be a fixed establishment in that other state from where the goods or services are supplied.

What will be the penalty for not registering under GST?

The penalty of 10% of the taxable amount due, subject to a minimum of Rs.10,000 shall be levied on the person not paying tax or making short payments.

The penalty will be 100% of the tax amount due when the offender has intentionally evaded taxes.

Not registering under GST is an offence under Section 122. The GST Act has listed down 21 offences in section 122.

Types of GST Registration

Normal Taxpayer
A normal taxpayer is a person or business who runs a business in India and has annual turnover of over INR 1.5 crores (INR 75 lakhs and over for businesses operating in the Northeast states and Himachal Pradesh). This is the most common type of GST registration with a requirement to file returns on an applicable basis.

Casual Taxable Person
A casual taxable person takes a temporary GST registration which is applicable for 3 months. When taking a temporary GST registration the registering entity/ person pays the GST liability upfront.

Composition Taxpayer
When an entity/ person registers under the composition scheme these become Composition Taxpayer. Any taxpayer whose turnover is less that 1.5 crores can opt for this scheme and pay GST at a fixed rate of turnover. However, composition cannot avail the benefits of input tax credit.

Non Resident Taxable Person
Any foreign person/ entity supplying goods or services or both in India becomes taxable irrespective of turnover or other criteria.

Documents Required for New Registration Application of a Normal Taxpayer

  1. Constitution of Business – Sole Proprietorship/Individual
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of identity of the Individual
  • PAN Card
  • Aadhar Card
2.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property -Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill,Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy. For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner.
  • Aadhar Card
3.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
4.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Individual/Promoter/Partner
  1. Constitution of Business – Private Limited Company/Public Company
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of Constitution of Business (Any One)
  • PAN Card of the Company
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Memorandum of Association (MOA)/ Articles of Association (AOA)
  • Copy of Board Resolution
2.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • PAN Card of the Directors
  • Identity Proof of the Directors ( E.g Aadhar Card)
3.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property -Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner.
4.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
5.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Authorised Person
  1. Constitution of Business – Partnership
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of Constitution of Business (Any One)
  • PAN Card of the Partnership
  • Partnership Deed
  • Any proof of Constitution
2.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • PAN Card of the designated partners
  • Identity Proof of the designated partners ( E.g Aadhar Card)
3.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner.
4.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
5.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Partner
  1. Constitution of Business – Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of Constitution of Business (Any One)
  • PAN Card of the LLP
  • Certificate of Incorporation of LLP
  • LLP Partnership Agreement
  • Copy of Board Resolution
2.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • PAN Card of the designated partners
  • Identity Proof of the designated partners ( E.g Aadhar Card)
3.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner
4.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
5.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Partner
  1. Constitution of Business – Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of the Stakeholder
  • PAN Card of the stakeholder
2.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner
3.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
4.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Stakeholder
  • Photo of Authorised Signatory

Follow up Compliances

  1. Gst Return Filing
    If you registered as Normal taxpayer under the GST, you are liable to file monthly, quarterly and possibly annual returns. The GST return includes the sales and purchases made under that particular GST number.
  2. Frequency of Return Filing
  3. What is E-way bill
  4. Frequency of E-Way Bill Generation

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What is Registration under GST?

In the GST Regime, businesses whose turnover is more than Rs. 20 lakhs (Rs 10 lakhs for North East and hill states) are required to register as a normal taxable person.
Registration under GST is mandatory for certain businesses. If the organisation is liable to register under the GST and carries on business without registering under GST, it will be considered as an offence under GST and heavy penalties will be levied.
GST registration will usually take 2-6 working days.

Who should register for GST in India?

Under the GST regime, the tax is payable by the registered taxable person on the supply of goods and services.
Here we have mentioned who needs to get registered under GST mandatorily.

  • Individuals who are registered under the previous law (Excise, VAT, Service Tax etc.)
  • When the businesses or the taxable person crosses the turnover threshold limit of Rs 20 lakhs (Rs 10 lakhs for North East and Hill States)
  • Inter-State Suppliers
  • Businesses having multiple branches in multiple states
  • Casual Taxable Person
  • A person who is required to pay tax under Reverse Charge Mechanism (if the supplier is unregistered under GST).
  • A person who want to take Input Tax Credit
  • E-Commerce operators, supplying goods or services
  • Non- Resident Taxable Person.

*Casual taxable person means the person whose place of business is not fixed and undertakes transactions occasionally involving the supply of goods or services or both.
*Non-Resident Taxable Person means the person whose place of business is not fixed or is not the resident of India and undertakes transactions occasionally involving the supply of goods or services or both.

The Benefits of GST Registration?

If you are not liable to get a GST number, there are still many benefits of getting one. These are:

  • Your business is legally recognized as a supplier of goods or services.
  • You can offset input tax credit on goods or services used, against the final payment of GST due to the GST Authority; This can be done with the help of proper accounting.
  • Small businesses and startups can register with E-Commerce companies and enter into online sales without having to concern yourself with the tax effects of selling goods in multiple states.
  • All businesses can make interstate sales without any restrictions. (For Interstate sales, it is mandatory to register under GST irrespective of the limit of Rs. 20 Lakhs for registration).
  • Under the GST Regime, businesses no longer need to obtain multiple registrations (service tax, VAT, etc;), as a single GST registration, would be applicable across India; Thus, a unified tax code has significantly improved the ease of starting a new business in India.
  • All businesses which have successfully registered under GST are allotted a unique GSTIN, which can be quoted on invoices.

Time Period to get register under GST

The person is required to get himself registered under GST within 30 days from the date when turnover exceeds Rs.20 Lakhs or Rs. 10 Lakhs(for north east & hill states).
For example: BBC Ltd. is engaged in supplying taxable services in New Delhi. The turnover of BBC Ltd exceeds on 1st October, now BBC Ltd. is requiredto get registered by 1st November in the state of New Delhi.

GST Registration for different locations

Registration has to be taken in the state or union territory from where the registered supplier makes a taxable supply of goods & services. Registration is not required in that state where taxable supply is made. Where in case supplies of goods or services are made from different states, a separate registration will be required but there should be a fixed establishment in that other state from where the goods or services are supplied.

What will be the penalty for not registering under GST?

The penalty of 10% of the taxable amount due, subject to a minimum of Rs.10,000 shall be levied on the person not paying tax or making short payments.

The penalty will be 100% of the tax amount due when the offender has intentionally evaded taxes.

Not registering under GST is an offence under Section 122. The GST Act has listed down 21 offences in section 122.

Types of GST Registration

Normal Taxpayer
A normal taxpayer is a person or business who runs a business in India and has annual turnover of over INR 1.5 crores (INR 75 lakhs and over for businesses operating in the Northeast states and Himachal Pradesh). This is the most common type of GST registration with a requirement to file returns on an applicable basis.

Casual Taxable Person
A casual taxable person takes a temporary GST registration which is applicable for 3 months. When taking a temporary GST registration the registering entity/ person pays the GST liability upfront.

Composition Taxpayer
When an entity/ person registers under the composition scheme these become Composition Taxpayer. Any taxpayer whose turnover is less that 1.5 crores can opt for this scheme and pay GST at a fixed rate of turnover. However, composition cannot avail the benefits of input tax credit.

Non Resident Taxable Person
Any foreign person/ entity supplying goods or services or both in India becomes taxable irrespective of turnover or other criteria.

Documents Required for New Registration Application of a Normal Taxpayer

  1. Constitution of Business – Sole Proprietorship/Individual
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of identity of the Individual
  • PAN Card
  • Aadhar Card
2.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property -Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill,Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy. For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner.
  • Aadhar Card
3.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
4.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Individual/Promoter/Partner
  1. Constitution of Business – Private Limited Company/Public Company
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of Constitution of Business (Any One)
  • PAN Card of the Company
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Memorandum of Association (MOA)/ Articles of Association (AOA)
  • Copy of Board Resolution
2.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • PAN Card of the Directors
  • Identity Proof of the Directors ( E.g Aadhar Card)
3.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property -Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner.
4.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
5.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Authorised Person
  1. Constitution of Business – Partnership
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of Constitution of Business (Any One)
  • PAN Card of the Partnership
  • Partnership Deed
  • Any proof of Constitution
2.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • PAN Card of the designated partners
  • Identity Proof of the designated partners ( E.g Aadhar Card)
3.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner.
4.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
5.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Partner
  1. Constitution of Business – Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of Constitution of Business (Any One)
  • PAN Card of the LLP
  • Certificate of Incorporation of LLP
  • LLP Partnership Agreement
  • Copy of Board Resolution
2.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • PAN Card of the designated partners
  • Identity Proof of the designated partners ( E.g Aadhar Card)
3.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner
4.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
5.Photo of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Partner
  1. Constitution of Business – Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)
Purpose Documents Required
1.Proof of the Stakeholder
  • PAN Card of the stakeholder
2.Proof of Principal place of Business (Any One)
  • For Self Owned Property Copy of Electricity Bill/ Landline Bill, Water Bill, Legal Ownership document, Property Tax Receipt, Municipal Khata Copy.
  • For Rented Property – Rent agreement/Lease Agreement and NOC (No objection certificate) of owner
3.Proof of Details of Bank Account (Any One)
  • First Page of Passbook
  • Bank Statement
  • Cancelled cheque
4.Proof of Authorised Signatory
  • Photo of the Stakeholder
  • Photo of Authorised Signatory

Follow up Compliances

  1. Gst Return Filing
    If you registered as Normal taxpayer under the GST, you are liable to file monthly, quarterly and possibly annual returns. The GST return includes the sales and purchases made under that particular GST number.
  2. Frequency of Return Filing
  3. What is E-way bill
  4. Frequency of E-Way Bill Generation