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GST Registration

GST Registration

What is GST?

GST (goods and service tax) has been treated as one of the major tax reforms of all time. It will now be known as the one and only tax customers need to pay as a replacement of VAT, service tax, excise duty, luxury tax, etc and It combines indirect tax for the whole country and make this country a single market where everyone is bound to get a GST registration Online.

What is GST Registration?

GST is a kind of registration where people need to submit their legal documents and get a unique GST number online which will represent them uniquely in the market.

How to get certificate of GST registration?

When the annual turnover starts exceeding Rs 40 lakh and in hilly and N.E states is Rs. 20 lakh or exchange of goods and services are upgraded to interstate then you have to do a GST Online Registration and it is better to get your new GST Registration certificate online since it is easy and quick with the help of certain professionals.

Types of GST Tax ?

  • CGST
  • Also known as Central goods and service tax. Applicable when the exchange of goods is within the same state and collected by the central government.

  • SGST
  • Also known as State goods and service tax. Applicable when the exchange of goods is within the same state and collected by the State government.

  • IGST
  • Also known as Integrated goods and service tax. Applicable when the exchange of goods is between more than one state and collected by the central government.

  • Also known as union territory goods and service tax. Applicable when the exchange of goods is in some union territory and collected by the central government.

What are the Benefits of GST Registration?

    Easy and Minimum Compliances

    Yes after GST implementation, the compliances (like GST Returns) have become user-friendly and easy because now the taxpayer only needs to pay single indirect tax and the easy procedure of GST returns filing is also attractive. The necessary instructions and guides related to GST compliance are available on the official GST portal www.gst.gov.in which can help in the completion of compliance.

    These are few kinds of GST returns:

    (GSTR 1, GSTR 2, GSTR 3, GSTR 4, GSTR 5, GSTR 6, GSTR 7, GSTR 8, GSTR 9) for all the GST dealers in India, there are no various GST returns at the state level.

    One Portal for all

    Implementation of GST has made it possible for all the GST registered dealers to file their return on the same portal www.gst.gov.in.Different kinds of activities related to GST such as payment of tax returns, GST Online Registration for new dealers and refunds can be done on the same portal by every registered dealer.

    Same Method or Procedure

    Since the GST registration portal is a single and the same portal for all dealers in India, the method and the procedure for a new dealer, tax payment or return filing becomes the same providing ease to the dealers.

    Decreases Burden of Tax

    GST Online Registration has been proved to be helpful for reducing the tax burden on small scale industries by providing a single indirect tax all over the nation.

    Get Input Tax Credit

    Dealers register under GST can claim input tax credit already paid on purchases.

    Scheme for Small Traders

    GST registration has provided a composition scheme for the ease of small traders and businessmen. According to this scheme, small traders are allowed to register and pay a very low and fixed rate of tax to the government which is generally fixed at 1-5% of their taxable turnover.

    E-Commerce Business

    GST certificate has given a major benefit for the e-commerce website because without a GST number no one can commence an online E-Commerce business. For example Amazon, Flipkart, club factory Myntra, etc.

    Boosting Economy

    The reduction of the tax burden has proved to increase the consumption level. Since we know that when the price falls down the consumption increases and this is the exact situation where the tax rates have decreased and as a result consumption level has increased. This, in turn, will increase production and boost the economy in the long run.

Documents Required for GST Registration Online

Passport Size Photo

Passport Size Photo

Passport Size Photo (Applicant or Promoter).

Pan Card

Pan Card

Pan Card (Applicant or Business).



Adhaar Card, Voter Card, PAN, Passport, Driving Licence (Applicant or Promoter)

Address Proof

Address Proof

Adhaar Card, Voter Card, PAN, Passport, Driving Licence (Applicant or Promoter)

Address Proof For the Business

Address Proof For the Business

Rental Agreement, sale deed along with electricity bill.

Proof of Bank Account

Proof of Bank Account

Copy of the 1st page of bank passbook showing a few Transaction and address of the business.

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Process of GST Registration in India


Step 1

Free Consultation from Legal Salaah


Step 2

Drafting of Documents


Step 3

Make Payment Online


Step 4

Upload Documents


Step 5

ARN Registration


Step 6

Get GST Registration On Email

Why GST Registration is Mandatory?

E-commerce Business

To start an e-commerce business it is mandatory to get a GST number which can only be received after a GST certificate Number.

Turnover Threshold Limit

Businessman and traders the turnover of more than 40 lakh rupees in normal states and 20 lakh rupees in special states should have a GST number by getting a GST certificate.

NRI Start Business

Any NRI who wants to start a business in India must get GST registration & a GST number before commencing its business in India.

GST Tax Slabs

Nil GST Rate

Dried tamarind, plates, cups, made of flowers, leaves and bark.

5% GST Rate

Aircraft maintenance, repair, overhaul services, outdoor catering without ITC, Marine fuel, Specified goods for petroleum operation under help, wet grinders (consisting of stone as a grinder).

12% GST Rate

Hand matches and other than hand matches, slide fasteners are woven/non-woven polyethylene packaging bags, hotels (room tariff from Rs. 1,001 to Rs. 7,500), And other job work, supplies of railways wagons & coaches (without refund of accumulated ITC).

18% GST Rate

Almond milk, Hotels (Room tariff of Rs. 7501 or above), Mobile phones and specified parts, woven and non-woven Fabric, sacks of polythene and polypropylene in nature.

28% GST Rate

Lotteries (state-owned, and state-authorized).

Types of Dealers who have GST Registration

Regular Dealer

The regular dealers require normal compliance. The dealers are allowed to claim the input tax credit and need to pay tax between 0-28% depending on the type of business. They are required to file returns on a monthly basis and they must provide a tax invoice to their customers.

Composition Dealer

Less compliances are required to file under the composition dealer scheme. They are not allowed to claim the input tax credit and their fixed tax rates vary from 1-5%. The dealers are allowed to files returns on a quarterly basis and not allowed to issue a tax invoice to their customers.

Calculation of Tax under GST Return

Old Law for the adjustment

Output Tax Set Off 1 Set Off 2 Set Off 3

As per rules effective 1st February 2019, New Law for the adjustment

Output Tax Set Off 1 Set Off 2 Set Off 3




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  • Invoice Complete
  • Guidance on HSN/SAC Code
  • GST Tax List
  • GST Pro Support
  • Class 2 DSC

How can Legal Salaah help you?

Here are some reasons why you should choose Legal Salaah

Easy Registration

Get easy online GST registration and you also get a GST identification number.

Complete Guidance

Our experts can help you by giving complete guidance and help you avoid hassles.

Complete Responsibility

Avoid late penalties by choosing us as we take complete responsibility for filing your returns timely.

Our legal team can also help you do your GST registration in Delhi and clear all your doubts by physically talking to them. Even though submitting forms and filing returns looks like an easy task because of the user-friendly interface of the GST portal but to avoid any mistakes and make sure whatever you submit is correct that there are no mistakes in audit you are recommended to take the guidance of a professional before submitting the application.

FAQ on GST Registration

GST is an indirect tax in India (Goods and Service Tax). According to the GST laws, GST Registration is required if an enterprise is subject to certain criteria. With the aid of Legal Salaah experts.
If you want to register yourself online then you can simply contact legal Salaah. Our experts will guide you through the process but before that you need to:
  • 1. Login to legalsalaah.com and select the page of GST Registration
  • 2. Complete your payment
  • 3. Upload your documents as asked by the website.
  • 4. Your ARN will be generated soon and your GSTIN will be mailed to you.
You can your GST number with Legal Salaah at only Rs. 999/-.
But you can get your GST Online Registration for free when you purchase annual GST return filing package for INR 6000/-or Company Incorporation package for Rs. 9599/-.
The taxpayers listed below will apply to register for GST:
  • 1. Persons already registered with the pre-GST legislation (for example, excise, VAT, service charges, etc)
  • 2. Goods suppliers with annual income of 40 lakhs or more and service providers with an annual income of 20 lakhs or more.
  • 3. Casual or NRI tax payers.
  • 4. Supplier agents and distributors of input service.
  • 5. Those who pay tax under the system of the reverse bill.
  • 6. An e-commerce supplier.
The name itself of the GST (Goods & Services Tax) states that it is a tax for good and service. This tax is levied from production to consumption.
It generally takes 3-4 working days from the government's part to provide GSTIN, and the other companies takes 3-4 working days to submit the documents. But we at legal salaah value your time and will submit the documentswithin 3 hours of receiving the documents as well as payment.
1. Central Taxes:
  • a) Taxes on income other than agricultural income
  • b) Customs duties including export duties
  • c) Excise duty on tobacco and other goods manufactured or produced in India, excluding (i) alcoholic liquor for human consumption, and (ii) opium, Indian hemp, and other narcotic drugs and intoxicants. (II) Involved in any substance
  • d) Corporation tax
  • e) Tax on the capital value of a property, exclusive of agricultural land of individuals and companies, tax on the capital of companies
  • f) Estate duty in respect of property other than agricultural land
  • g) Duty in respect of succession to property other than agricultural land
  • h) Terminal taxes on goods or passengers carried by railway, sea or air; Railway fares and freight taxes.
  • i) Taxes other than stamp duty on transactions on stock exchanges and futures markets;
  • j) Tax on the sale or purchase of newspapers and the advertisements published therein;
  • k) A tax on the sale or purchase of goods other than newspapers, where such sale or purchase occurs during inter-state trade or commerce;
  • l) Tax on consignment of goods during interstate trade or commerce.
2. State Taxes:
  • a) Including land revenue, assessment and collection of revenue, maintenance of land records, survey and record of rights for revenue purposes, and segregation of revenue
  • b) Taxes on agricultural income
  • c) Duty in respect of succession to agricultural income
  • d) Estate duty in relation to agricultural income
  • e) Taxes on land and buildings
  • f) Taxes on mineral rights
  • g) State excise duty for human consumption to follow (i) alcoholic liquor, and (ii) manufacture of opium, Indian cannabis, and other narcotic drugs and narcotics
  • f) Tax on entry of goods into the local area for consumption, use or sale
  • i) Tax on electricity consumption or sales.
  • j) Taxes on the sale or purchase of items other than newspapers;
  • k) Taxes on advertisements other than those published in newspapers and advertisements broadcast by radio or television;
  • l) Taxes on goods or passengers on roads or inland waterways;
  • m) Taxes on vehicles suitable for use on roads;
  • n) Taxes on animals and boats;
  • o) Toll;
  • p) Taxes on profession, taxes, calling and employment;
  • q) Capitation tax;
  • r) on luxury including taxes on entertainment, recreation, betting, and gambling;
  • s) Stamp duty.
Provisions have been made by the 73rd Constitutional Amendment applicable from 24 April 1993 to levy tax by the Panchayat. A state may by law authorize the Panchayat to collect, collect, and pay the appropriate taxes, duties, tolls, etc. Similarly, provisions have been made by the 74th constitutional amendment in force from 1 June 1993 to collect taxes by municipalities. A state assembly may by law authorize the municipality to collect, levy, and duties, appropriate taxes, tolls, etc.
  • CGST( Central Goods and Service Tax)
  • SGST(State Goods and Service Tax)
  • IGST(Integrated Goods and Service Tax)
The Centre for Interstate Supply of Goods and Services must obtain and introduce an Integrated GST (IGST). The Government of India shall levy and collect the GST on goods in the course of State or commercial transactions, and such tax shall be distributed between the union and the States, as may be provided by law to the House on the recommendations of the Tax Council for Goods and Services.
The central government will impose and manage CGST and SGST will be collected by the respective states.
CGST will be decided by the central government and SGST will be decided by the state government collectively.
Goods imported are processed under the Integrated Goods and Service Tax (IGST), the incidence of the tax is subject to the principle of destination and, where SGST is used, tax revenue is added to the State in which the products and service imported are consumed. The GST payments on imports of goods and services shall be available for a full and complete set-off.
As per the Act, of IGST 2017, export in GST refers to sending goods to outside India, to another country. Similarly, the export of services means when the supply of a service: -
  • Suppliers of service based in India.
  • The recipient or buyer of the service is based outside India.
  • The service delivery location is outside India.
  • The supplier receives payment in convertible foreign currency for such services.
  • Suppliers and recipients of services are not merely the establishment of a specific person.
According to the provisions of the IGST law, exports of goods and services will be treated as "zero-rated supplies". And a registered taxable person will be eligible to claim returns for the export of goods or services under one of the following two options:
  • Export and unused input tax credit claim refund under bond or letter without payment of unified tax.
  • Integrated tax is paid on claims for tax paid and tax refunded so that payments can be made on exported goods and services. The aforesaid refund will be subject to rules, safeguards, and procedures which may be prescribed.
April 1st, 2017
You can use the taxes payable on input products / services as an ITC against income tax liabilities.
The returns would cause a tax credit, but the substitute goods will be subject to the GST, so the cash flow can be influenced by the returns.
In a taxable territory where GST applies, but where there is no fixed place of business, if you make delivery of goods / services as a principal or agent or any other ability. You are listed as a casual taxable resident according to GST.
With an exception of Nil rated, zero rated, exempted good and services, all goods and services are taxable under GST.
Reverse payment is a method which allows GST to be charged on the purchaser instead of the seller of goods and/or services.
No for performing the above tasks, the person must have GST Registration.
Total turnover of Rs. 40 lakhs for a company in a financial year shall be subject to GST registration. It is set at Rs. 20 lakhs in the North-East and hilly States.
No. To collect GST one must have GST registration.
It is not possible for an unregistered supplier of a turnover below 20 lacs to supply goods and services to other states.
You don't need to apply for TIN. You can directly apply for GSTIN with the help of legal salaah.
If the firm is registered under GST it is important for them to file returns or else they can simply cancel the GST registration.
No particular format is mentioned under GST.
Yes it is necessary for annual turnover exceeds about 20 lakhs
it is necessary only if your annual turnover is above 20 lakhs.
Yes it is necessary for annual turnover exceeds of 20 lakhs
Yes it is necessary if your annual turnover exceeds above 20 lakhs
No, it is important only if the turnover exceeds 20 lakhs.
It is important only for turnover exceed 20 lakh.
Only, if the turnover exceeds 20 lakhs.
It is necessary only if the transportation is done outside your state.
GST Certificate is not necessary if the goods are imported for personal use.
Only if the annual turnover exceeds 20 lakhs
All you have to do is log on to legalsalaah.com. Our experts will guide you with every single step to make your GST Registration Process hassle free.
It is not necessary. It depends on the business if they want to have a current account or not.
To raise GST invoice, GST Certificate is a must.
GST Registration can be cancelled if the business is terminated or the business constitution has been changed but not yet updated.
You can sell goods without GST certificate if your annual turnover does not exceed 40 lakh for normal states and 20 lakh for special states.
If the firm has established their business in another state then it is necessary for them to get register in that state too.