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GST Registration

Get GST Certificate within 7 working days

₹ 2,500/- (All Inclusive) (DISCOUNT CODE APPLIED: GET40OFF) ₹ 1500/- Only The above price is inclusive of all.
Extra cost for DSC Class III in case of Companies and LLP.
One resubmission of form in case of any query by the Department.

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    Who should buy this package?

    • Any business having a turnover of INR 10 or 20 or 40 Lakhs or more in a financial year
    • Businesses selling online through e-commerce platforms (Eg: Amazon, Flipkart, Swiggy etc)
    • Businesses who wishes to supply goods between the states
    • A casual taxable person engaged in taxable supply in other state
    • Businesses liable to pay tax under reverse charge mechanism
    • A non-resident taxable person operating a business in India

    What services offered under this package?

    • 20 minutes call on the complete basics of GST and its applicability
    • Filing Form GST REG - 01
    • Receipt of GST Certificate
    • Assistance on Post GST Registration

    What details and documents are required?

    In the case of Proprietorship (Sole Owner)
    • Photo of Proprietor
    • PAN & Aadhaar Card of Proprietor
    • The Electricity Bill or Municipal Tax Receipt for registered address
    • NOC (if the owner of the property is a related person)
    • Rent agreement (in all other cases)
    In case of Company / LLP / Partnership Firm
    • Photo of all Directors / Partners
    • PAN & Aadhaar Card of all Directors / Partners
    • Incorporation Certificate/Partnership or LLP Deed
    • PAN Card of Company / LLP / Partnership Firm
    • Letter of Authorization to sign all documents
    • DSC Class 3 of Authorized Person
    • The Electricity Bill or Municipal Tax Receipt for registered address
    • NOC (if the owner of the property is a related person)
    • Rent agreement (in all other cases)

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Do I need to have a commercial office to GST Number?

    No, commercial office is not required. You can also get GST Certificate from home address as the company's registered address. The registered address can be changed at any time.

    Do I need PAN to apply for GST Registration?

    PAN is mandatory to apply for a GST registration (except for the non-resident who can receive a GST registration based on other documents).

    I registered my business under GST in March 2020. When do I need to start filing GST returns?

    Each & Every person registered under GST must submit GST returns for the period from when they registered. If your company is registered with GST in March 2020, you must submit the return GSTR 1, GSTR 3B and also GSTR 9 for the period March 2020.

    I sell through an e-commerce portal. Do I need GST registration?

    GST registration is mandatory for all companies that sell their products or provide services.

    I have to register my business at several locations in Maharashtra. Do I have to apply separately for each location?

    No, If you have multiple businesses in the same state, you can have them all registered under a single GST registration application.

    I have a business in Maharashtra and Delhi. Do I need separate GST registrations in both states?

    Yes, You need to apply in both states for GST Registartion.

    Does signing the registration Application using the DSC mandatory?

    Signing of the registration application with DSC is mandatory for registration by companies, foreign companies, limited liability partnerships (LLPs).

    Information Guide

    What is GST?

    Goods Service Tax (GST) is an Indirect Tax that came into effect from 01st July 2017 (In Parliament GST Act is passed on 29th March 2017). Many tax laws have been replaced that previously existed in India. Now, GST is a one indirect tax for the whole country. The GST law in India is multi-stage, destination-based tax, value addition.Under the GST regime, the GST is chargeable at every point of sale (i.e., at every added value). Intra-state sales are chargeable to CGST & SGST, Inter-state sales are chargeable to IGST.


    There are multiple stages that a product goes through along its supply chain, from manufacture to final sale to the ultimate buyer. Let us consider the following case:

    • Purchase of raw materials
    • Production or manufacture
    • Warehousing of finished goods
    • Sale to wholesaler
    • Sale of the product to the retailer
    • Sale to the end consumer

    GST levied on each stage makes it a multi-stage tax.


    Consider goods manufactured in Maharashtra and sold to the ultimate consumer in Karnataka. Goods & Service Tax levied at the point of consumption. So, the whole tax proceeds will go to Karnataka and not Maharashtra.

    Value Addition

    For an example the producer who produce biscuits buys flour, sugar, and other material. The value increases when the sugar and flour are mixed and baked into biscuits.The manufacturer then sells the biscuits to the warehouse agent where the agent packs large quantities of biscuits and labels them. The agent sells it to the retailer adding value to it. The retailer packages the biscuits in smaller quantities and invests in the marketing of the biscuits that increases their value. GST levy on these value additions, the price is added at each stage to achieve the ultimate sale to the end customer.

    What are the advantages of GST?

    • Removing cascading tax effect
    • Higher threshold for registration
    • Composition scheme for small businesses
    • Lesser compliances
    • Online simpler procedure for GST
    • Increased efficiency in Logistics

    What are the components of GST?

    • CGST: Collected by the Central Government on an Intra-State sale (Sale within State)
    • SGST: Collected by the State Government on an Intra-State sale (Sale within State)
    • IGST: Collected by the Central Government on an Inter-State sale (Sale between State)