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GST Registration of a business with the tax authorities implies obtaining a unique, 15-digit Goods and Service Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) from the GST authorities so that all the operations of and the data relating to the business can be collected and correlated.
According to the Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017, any business with a turnover of Rs. 40 lakh and above must register for GST.
Yes, all small businesses register for GST, as it is mandatory for them to do so under the GST Act.
A business whose aggregate turnover in a financial year exceeds Rs. 10/20 lakhs as the case may be has to mandatorily register under Goods and Services Tax. However, businesses may voluntarily register themselves irrespective of the threshold of turnover.
As per the GST Act, any individual who carries out a business activity anywhere in India, needs to have GST individual registration.
GST exemption from registration
- Individuals belonging to the threshold exemption limit.
- Exempt suppliers of goods and services.
- A person supplying non-GST goods and services.
- Taxpayers engaging in activities other than the supply of goods or services.
- Ones supplying goods covered under reverse charge.
Yes. Since, exports are zero rated, one needs to register for GST to claim refunds.
With taxable distributions, the Transferee Beneficiary must pay the GST tax.
No, a person without GST registration can neither collect GST from his customers nor can claim any input tax credit of GST paid by him. b) Share Certificates are to be issued to the subscribers within 2 months from the date of incorporation and application for stamping of shares to be filed within 30 days from the issue of share certificates. c) A declaration that every subscriber to the memorandum has paid the value of the shares agreed to be taken by them is to be filed by the directors within 180 days from the date of incorporation.
Yes, a NRI or a foreign national can become a director of a private limited company. However, there should be at least one resident director on the board of the company.