GST Registration Services

Hassle-Free GST Registration with Jethani & Associates

At Jethani & Associates, we offer comprehensive GST registration services to help your business comply with the Goods and Services Tax regulations. Our expert team ensures a seamless registration process, providing you with peace of mind and the ability to focus on growing your business.

Client

Rajat Saxena

Service

GST Registration

Review

5 Stars

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  • Tax Advisory and Planning
  • Accounting and Bookkeeping
  • Audit and Assurance
  • Company Registration and Compliance
  • Financial Consultation
  • GST Filing Services
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  • LLP Registration Services
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    FAQs

    GST (Goods and Services Tax) is a comprehensive indirect tax levied on the supply of goods and services in India. It is important because it simplifies the tax structure by replacing multiple taxes with a single tax, promotes ease of doing business, and ensures a seamless flow of input tax credit.

    Businesses and individuals are required to register for GST if:

    • Their aggregate turnover exceeds ₹20 lakh (₹10 lakh for special category states) in a financial year.
    • They are involved in interstate supply of goods and services.
    • They are involved in e-commerce, require reverse charge mechanism, or are non-resident taxable persons, among other specific criteria.

    Benefits of GST registration include:

    • Legal recognition as a supplier of goods and services.
    • Authorization to collect tax from customers and pass on the credit of the taxes paid on goods and services supplied.
    • Seamless flow of input tax credit.
    • Eligibility for government contracts and e-commerce activities.
    • Improved compliance and transparency in business operations.

    The documents required for GST registration typically include:

    • PAN card of the business or applicant.
    • Proof of business registration or incorporation certificate.
    • Identity and address proof of promoters/directors with photographs.
    • Address proof of the place of business.
    • Bank account statement/cancelled cheque.
    • Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for authorized signatory.

    The GST registration process usually takes about 2-7 working days if all the required documents are in order and there are no discrepancies in the application.

    Yes, you can apply for GST registration online through the GST portal (www.gst.gov.in). The process involves submitting the application form along with the required documents and verifying the details through OTP or Digital Signature Certificate (DSC).

    Failure to register under GST when required can result in a penalty of 10% of the tax due or ₹10,000, whichever is higher. If the tax evasion is found to be intentional, the penalty can go up to 100% of the tax due.

    Yes, a business can have multiple GST registrations if it operates in more than one state. Each state will require a separate GST registration. Additionally, a business can obtain multiple registrations within a state for different business verticals.

    GST registration for regular taxpayers does not have an expiry date and remains valid until it is surrendered, canceled, or revoked. However, GST registration for casual taxable persons and non-resident taxable persons is valid for a period specified in the application, which can be extended upon request.

    You can check the status of your GST registration application by logging into the GST portal and navigating to the ‘Track Application Status’ under the ‘Services’ tab. You will need your ARN (Application Reference Number) to track the status.