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Rs. 5000

Rs.5000 + GST@18%
  • Free GST Consulting
  • GST Application Filing
  • GST Certificate With ARN And GSTIN Number
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Rs. 15000

Rs.15000 + GST@18%
  • VPPoB Package West Bengal or Karnataka
  • 11-Month Rent Agreement
  • GST PPOB Registration & Approval
  • APOB Addition (Amazon FBA)
  • Authorized Representative
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Rs. 20000

Rs.20000+ GST@18%
  • VPPoB Package - Delhi
  • 11-Month Rent Agreement
  • GST PPOB Registration & Approval
  • APOB Addition (Amazon FBA)
  • Authorized Representative
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Why is GST registration important?

The most fundamental requirement of the tax authorities to identify taxpayers, is through their registration number. Thus, unless a person is registered under the tax regime, he can neither collect tax from others, nor can he get input credit for the tax paid by him, which can be utilized to set off his future tax liability.

Who is required to be registered under GST?

Where the total taxable supply of goods and services or aggregate turnover of a supplier exceeds the following threshold limit, registration is compulsory.

StateThreshold limit of aggregate turnover(in Rs.)
Special category states20 Lacs
Other states40 Lacs

However, GST registration is compulsory for certain category of suppliers irrespective of the threshold limit. They are:

  • Inter-state taxable supplier
  • Casual taxable person
  • Person required to pay tax under reverse charge
  • Non- resident taxable supplier
  • Person acting on behalf of other taxable person as their agent or otherwise
  • Input Service Distributor
  • Electronic commerce operator

Procedure for GST Registration Services

Tell us about your company

Fill the simple application form provided on our website.

Document Submission

Send your documents that are required according to your category of business.

Submission Application to GST

We will file all your forms on behalf of you along with the declaration.

Your work is now completed

As soon as we will get your GST number, we will send you by E-mail.

Documents required

Documents Required

The entire process of GST Registration is online, and thedocuments required for the Online GST Registration varies with the business type. Depending upon the type of business, the list of documents required for GST Registration are listed below:

The Following Documents Are Required For A Sole Proprietorship-

  • Id and Address Proof (PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Bank Account Details)
  • Passport Size Photograph

The Following Documents Are Requiredfor A Partnership Firm:-

  • Id and Address Proof of all partners and authorized signatory (PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Bank Account Details)
  • Passport Size Photograph
  • Copy of the partnership deed
  • Registration Certificate/ Board resolution in case of LLP firm
  • Address Proof of working place.

The Following Documents Are Required For A Public Or Private Limited Company:

  • PAN Card and Certificate of incorporation of Company
  • MOA and AOA of the company.
  • Identity Proof and Address Proof of authorized signatory.

Note-The authorized signatory must be an Indian even in case of foreign companies/branch registration.

  • Identity Proof and address proof of all directors of the Company.
  • Photograph of the directors and authorized signatory.
  • Board resolution appointing authorized signatory.
  • Bank account details.
  • Address proof of the working premise.

The Following Documents Are Required For A HUF:

  • PAN Card of HUF
  • Photograph of the owner
  • Id and Address Proof of Karta
  • Address proof for the place of business

Advantages of GST Registration Services

  • Greater Limitation towards registration
  • Enhance transparency by eliminating the cascading effects of Taxes
  • Enhanced Exemption limit for Small goods and service provider
  • Manages Unorganized Business and ease of doing business
  • Entire registration and compliance process in GST is online
  • A single uniform tax on Goods and services across the country that helps in reducing number of compliances.
  • Small traders benefit from the composition scheme.

Eligibility of GST Registration Services

Any business entity whose aggregate turnover in a financial yearexceeds Rs 20 lakhs (Rs 10 lakhs for special category states in GST).


Steps for
GST Registration Services

Step 1 : The very first step for GST Registration is to fill the online application, and for the same, the tax payer shall visit the GST portal Also, the taxpayer (Applicant) needs to create a username and password in the portal.

Step 2 : The Applicant need to click the link on the GST portal, and click on to the ‘New User Login’. By clicking on ‘New User Login’ accept the window on the displayed declaration form and press ‘Continue’ to register yourself for GST Registration.

Step 3 : The applicant is required to Select ‘New Registration’ and Login to start the GST registration procedure.

Step 4 : The applicant shall fill the required details asked on the GST portal:

Step 5 : The next step after filing the required details is to enter the OTP sent to your email ID and mobile number in the respective boxes.

Step 6 : Click on the ‘Proceed’ button once the details have been entered.

Step 7 : An applicant will receive the Temporary Reference Number (TRN) on the screen. Save the TRN for further process.

Step 8 : After receiving the TRN, an applicant is required to open the GST portal again and click on ‘Register’ under the ‘Taxpayers’ menu.

Step 9 : Select the ‘Temporary Reference Number (TRN)’.

Step 10 : Enter the TRN selected and the captcha details.

Step 11 : Once the Captcha details are entered, click on the ‘Proceed’ button.

Step 12 : An applicant will receive an OTP on the email ID and registered mobile number. Click on ‘Proceed’ Button by entering the OTP received.

Step 13 : The status of your application will be displayed on the next page. Click on the Edit icon, mentioned on the right side of the page.

Step 14 : On the next page there will be various sections, where all relevant details are required to be filed along with the necessary documents

Step 15 : Before submitting the application, click on the ‘Verification’ page and check the declaration.

Step 16 : Once the process is completed, a successful completion message will be shown on the screen. The ARN will be sent on the mobile number and email ID registeredby the GST Applicant.

Step 17 : Check the status of the ARN on the GST portal.


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Frequent Questions

Q.What is a GSTIN?

GSTIN, known as Goods and Service Tax Identification Number, consists of 15 digits. This number is generated by the government when an individual or a company has successfully applied for GST Registration.

Q.Whether Digital Signature is required for GST Registration in India?

Yes, Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is required if you are a Public Limited Company, Private Limited Company, Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), or One Person Company (OPC).

Q.Can anyone get voluntary GST Registration?

Yes, anyone can voluntarily get GST Registration even if the annual turnover does not exceed the threshold limit of 40 lakhs or 20 lakhs in the case of the northeast.

Q.What is a Composition Scheme under GST?

Composition Scheme under GST is a secure scheme made to decrease the compliance burden for the small taxpayers. Small taxpayers can pay GST at fixed rates and can get rid of tedious GST formalities under this Composition Scheme under GST. The annual turnover of any business, if, is less than ₹1.5 Crore, can choose for a composition scheme under application for GST Registration.

Q.What is ARN under GST Registration in India?

ARN is known as the Application Reference Number. After the successful submission of the application of GST Registration, the ARN number is generated. The ARN number is generated after uploading of the necessary documents.

Q.What is the HSN Code under GST Registration?

HSN is known as the Harmonized System of Nomenclature. This is an internationally accepted product coding system to maintain uniformity in the classification of goods.