gst register in portal, Step by step explanation of GST registration via online

Step by step explanation of GST registration via online

 The following are the simple steps which helps user to register in GST login Portal online. The process involves Temporary Reference Number (TRN) and Application Reference Number (ARN) generation to complete the online registration application. 

Step 1: Enter Official website of Indian Gov GST login –  

Step 2: In homepage under “services” tab, Click on “registration” menu. 

Step 3: Then under registration, select “New Registration” option. 

Step 4: Proceed to fill up registration form displayed in screen. The information like type, state, district, Permanent Account Number (PAN), Legal Name of the Business, Email Address and Mobile Number. 

Step 5: Confirmation OTP code sent to your registered mobile number and verify it. 

Step 6: Next, Login Goods and services tax with TRN and captcha verification. 

Step 7: Fill Business details such as Name of company, business’s commencement date, existing registrations and more. Keep in mind, you will also be required to provide the names of business partners/promoters/proprietor with their personal information and business details. 

Step 8: Next to upload all necessary Documents which required 

Step 9:  Put your digitals signature and save the information which you filled and continue. 

Step 10: At last, click on submit button for ARN generation and also you have completed the GST portal registration. 

To your registered mobile number and email address you will receive the ARN, which helps in track your application status and confirmation of GST registration. 

After confirmation of registration, you will receive the GSTIN and other related certification. Which can be useful in filing returns, invoice quoting and Input Tax Credit claim. 

Compulsory Registration under GST 

Individuals or businesses who registered in the indirect tax regime. 

Businesses turnover of more than Rs.40 lakh 

Businesses in North-Eastern places of Himachal Pradesh Jammu & Kashmir and Uttarakhand with a turnover above Rs.10 lakh. 

Supplier agents. 

Non-resident taxable persons 

Taxpayers under the reverse charge mechanism 

E-commerce aggregators and suppliers 

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