GST Registration: Goods and Service Enrollment Procedure at

GST registration is now already getting due for the existing tax payers. Hence, we update here all information regarding the GST enrollment procedure. The assent for GST is given by the president Pranab Mukherjee in September 2016. As on now, the registration is now open for the existing taxpayers. This post shows you how to register for GST online. The states will declare the deadlines to get registered for the new taxation. Goa has already declared the deadline of 30th November 2016 for the registration under goods and service tax. While in Gujarat, the last date for registration is 30th November, many states have extended the last date till December 2016 as well January 2017. Also you can see more information on Gujarat commercial tax from our website.
Goods and services tax is proposed by the Ministry of Finance to merge most of the current taxes into a single mechanism of taxation. It will be a comprehensive indirect tax on manufacture, consumption, and sale of goods and services. The newly introduced tax will be implemented all across India with effect from 1st of April 2017. The tax will be levied at each stage of the purchase and sale of goods and services. The taxation will be based on the input tax credit and considered to be a milestone reform by the government.
Who Needs GST Registration
All the existing taxpayers would require GST registration on an immediate basis. An existing taxpayer means all the entities which are already carrying registered under any of the below Act:
Central excise
Service tax
Entry tax
Luxury tax
Entertainment tax
If you are already registered under any of the above, you need to get GST registration in your state.
Required Information and Documents for GST Registration
Before you start your GST registration enrollment, keep ready following with you.
Required Information and Documents for GST Registration
Before you start your GST registration enrollment, keep ready following with you.
Information for goods and service tax enrollment
1) Provisional ID received from state or central authorities. (the one you use for VAT)
2) Password received from the state or central commercial tax authorities.
3) Valid email address and valid mobile number
4) Bank account number IFSC documents
5) Proof of business in PDF or JPEG format. The maximum file size should be 1 MB. (can be partnership deed, certificate of incorporation, registration certificate of the business entity
6) Photograph of the promoters or partners of karta in the case of HUF
7) Proof of appointment and photograph of the authorized signatories
8) Opening page of the bank passbook or a statement which shows bank account number. It should also contain bank name, branch name, address, and few transaction details.
What is ARN: How to Check ARN Status
Once you complete the online enrollment, the system will generate application reference number (ARN). It is a unique number allotted to all the applicants who have enrolled for goods and service tax with digital signature or e-sign. Do preserve the ARN carefully. It will be used for the future references. You can check status of your ARN at the official GST portal from you have enrolled.
In case if you do not receive ARN, an e-mail will be sent to you in this regard within few minutes. For more information, we suggest taxpayers to refer If you have not registered, start GST registration online to avoid further delay and inconveniences. The provisional GST registration certificate will be available on the portal on your dashboard. The final registration certificate will be provided to you after approximate time of 6 months. The documents submitted by you will be verified on the appointed date before the issuance of the final certificate.