As per the GST council, entities having annual turnover more than Rs. 40 Lakhs are required compulsorily to register under GST. But entities in special category states have to register under GST when their turnover exceeds Rs. 20 Lakhs. And the composition scheme can be availed by the business having a turnover of Rs.1.5 Crores.
The application for registration has to be made within 30 days from the date the person becomes liable to register, or his turnover exceeds the specified limit under Goods and Services Tax. The GST registration will be effective from the date on which such entity became liable to be registered under GST.
GST certificate issued to a normal user does not have an expiry date, and therefore it’ll continue to exist until it is surrendered or cancelled by Goods and Services Tax Authority.
But in the case of Casual Taxable person or Non-Resident taxable person, validity is specified to a maximum of 90 days. After such period, validity can be extended or renewed at the option of the entity.
Once the registration is done for the GST, one can download its GST certificate from the Goods and Service Tax India Portal by following the below-mentioned steps:
All entities registered under the purview of GST have to display the GST Registration Certificate at the main location of the business. Along with that entity is required to display such certificate at all additional places of business like office, shop, etc.The GST certificate can also be displayed at the entrance or around the billing section. Noncompliance of these disclosures may lead to the levy of penalties on the default making entity.
Once the download is complete you can know the following details of the business from the GST registration certificate
You can also check the GST registration certificate form on http://www.cbic.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/deptt_offcr/aeo-progm/GST.pdf;jsessionid=21EA4F52487D27920A6578436A59F40A
In case you have not registered yet under Goods and Services Tax and willing to know the step by step process on how to register under Goods and Services Tax, the registration process of GST is as follows
The above process is all about getting a new certificate and downloading it from GST portal. But what if certain information filed earlier is
There are various steps involved in changing such wrong information provided earlier.
Before going into these procedures and steps let’s first discuss what changes can be made.
a) Change in the name of the business, which does not involve a change in PAN,
b) Change in the Principal place of Business,
c) The change in the ‘Annexure A’ related to the Additional Place of Business.
d) Change in the ‘Annexure B’ related to the Person in charge of the business, e.g., addition, the retirement of partners or directors, Managing Director, etc.
e) Change in authorized Mobile number or E-mail address, which can be done through the portal by simple OTP verification.
For changing the details as mentioned in the above points, the entity has to follow the below mentioned steps: