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GST Overview & Framework
GST(Goods and Service Tax) Introduce on 1 July 2017 in India, every person who exceeds the threshold limit(40/20 Lakh) needs to compulsory register under GST.
GST has subsumed all taxes like VAT, customs duty, excise duty, CST, service tax, and entertainment tax.
GST Registration Requirements
Penalty under GST
You have to pay the penalty if you are not registered or Late registered under GST as per the requirements. The minimum penalty is Rs. 10,000 for non-compliance under GST.
- The penalty will be 10% of the Tax Due or Rs. 10,000 whichever is higher for genuine reasons.
- The penalty will be at 100% of the tax amount in case of willful default or deliberate non-compliance.
Documents Required For GST Registration
Documents for Proprietorship/Individual-
- PAN Card
- Aadhar Card
- Photo of Proprietor
- Bank Passbook/Crossed Cheque
- Business Address Proof – Electricity Bill/NOC/Rent Agreement
Documents for Partnership Firm-
- Firm PAN Card
- Partnership Deed
- Business Address Proof
- Bank Account – Passbook/Crossed Cheque
- Partners ID and Address Proof
Documents for Company-
- PAN Card of Company
- Company Incorporation Certificate
- AOA – Memorandum of Association and Article of Association
- Board Resolution
- Directors ID and Address Proof
It’s a simplified scheme of GST Registration for small businesses having turnover up to Rs. 1.5 Crore (Rs. 75 Lakh in North-East States).
Who is Eligible for the Composition Scheme-
This scheme is available for Manufacturers, traders and restaurant businesses and now service providers also can apply for composition schemes.
- Manufacturer/Traders – 1%
- Restaurants – 5%
- Service Provider- 6%
- Manufacturers of Bricks- 6%
No. The composition taxpayers are not eligible for input credit of GST paid on purchases.
- Inter-State Suppliers.
- E-Commerce Businesses(like- selling on Amazon or Flipkart)
- Manufacturers of ice cream, pan masala, tobacco or aerated water.
- A casual taxable person(CTP)
- A non-resident taxable person(NRTP)
- Persone Suppling non taxable goods
Composition Taxpayer is required to file only quarterly returns and one annual return at the end of the year.
Types of GST Returns and Due Dates
It’s important to note that every registered person is mandated to file GST Returns. The table provided below offers insight into the types of returns, the specific data included in each return, as well as the corresponding due dates for their submission.
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|Return||Particular Data||Filling Time||Due Date|
|GSTR-1||It’s a view-only return and contains all ITC-related data for the recipient.||Monthly|
Quarterly (if opted QRMP)
|Monthly- 11th of Next Month|
QTR- 13th of Next QTR
|GSTR-2A||It’s a view-only return, and it shows all Inward Supply.||Auto Populated||Auto Populated|
|GSTR-2B||It’s a view-only return and contains all ITC-related data for the recipient.||Auto Populated||Auto Populated|
|GSTR-3B||Summary of outward supply and ITC claimed.||Monthly|
Quarterly (if opted QRMP)
|Monthly- 22nd of Next Month|
QTR- 24th of Next QTR
|GSTR-4||it’s an Annual Return for Composition Taxpayers||it’s an Annual Return for Composition Taxpayers||it’s an Annual Return for Composition Taxpares|
|GSTR-5||Return for NRTP||Monthly||20th of the Next Month|
|GSTR-5A||Return for non-resident OIDAR service provider||Monthly||20th of the Next Month|
|GSTR-6||Return for input service distributor||Monthly||13th of the Next Month|
|GSTR-7||Return for TDS deductor||Monthly||10th of Next Month|
|GSTR-9||Annual Return for the normal person||Yearly||31st December of the Next Financial Year.|
|GSTR-9C||Reconciliation statement (Self-certified)||Yearly||31st December of the Next Financial Year.|
|CMP- 08||Return for Composition dealer||Quarterly||18th of the month succeeding the Quarter.|
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FAQs on GST Registration
Here, you can verify the status of your GST Application using the provided ARN (Application Reference Number). For checking the application status, kindly follow this link – ARN Status
Yes, the service provider can provide services up to Rs 50 lakh. it should be purely services not goods.
Any person registered under the composition scheme who wants to provide services along with goods can provide services up to whichever is higher from the following options:
– 10% of Turnover
– Rs 5 Lakh
GST Registration is mandatory for Businesses having turnover (total yearly sales) of more than Rs. 40 Lakh. Further GST registration is also compulsory for e-commerce companies and businesses supplying goods outside the state even if the turnover is below Rs. 40 Lakhs.
No, you can add your saving bank account as well as current bank account details in GST Registration. it’s not compulsory to furnish only a current bank account.
30 Days, When your turnover crosses the threshold limit you have to register under GST in the next 30 days. if you apply for GST in this time period penalty will be levied.
Normally, a Digital Signature is required only in the case of a private limited company or OPC or LLP. However, for a Proprietorship Firm or partnership firm, DSC is not required.