GST Consulting services

Our platform is dedicated to assisting entrepreneurs in starting and expanding their businesses at an affordable cost. We provide regulatory assistance and support at every stage to ensure compliance and growth. Please note that we are not affiliated with the Directorate General of Supplies & Disposal (DGS&D) or the Government Goods & Services. We are a privately owned organization offering services and consultation for GST Registration. Our fee is the professional consultation fee for this service, and we provide assistance to traders, manufacturers, and service sectors seeking business benefits.

Support Timing: 11:00 AM to 07:00 PM

Monday To Saturday

Helpline no. 07141-355932

Click here for GST Registration

  1. Fill Details Online & Submit Form.

  2. Review your details after Submitting Application.

  3. Make a Payment to Complete Registration Process via any payment method.

  4. After Payment, You will receive call from associate to verify your details & OTP.

  5. After successful verification, You will receive your Seller ID & login Credentials within 24 Business hours upon activation.

  6. Note:- Tracking ID will be shared on email address for tracking status of registration.

  1. GST Registration: Businesses with an annual turnover above a certain threshold are required to register for GST. They obtain a unique GSTIN (GST Identification Number).

  2. Input Tax Credit (ITC): Businesses are allowed to claim input tax credit on GST paid for purchases. They can reduce their GST liability by the amount of GST paid on inputs. This mechanism prevents "tax on tax" and ensures that only the value addition is taxed.

  3. Returns Filing: Registered businesses are required to file regular GST returns. These returns contain details of sales, purchases, and GST paid and collected. It is through these returns that the government reconciles the taxes and ensures compliance.

  4. Composition Scheme: Small businesses with a turnover below a certain threshold can opt for the composition scheme, where they pay GST at a fixed rate and are relieved from some compliance requirements.

  5. E-Way Bill: For the movement of goods within or between states, an electronic waybill or E-Way Bill is generated. This helps the government keep track of the movement of goods.

  6. GST Audit: Businesses with a higher turnover may be subject to GST audits to ensure compliance with GST laws.

  7. GST Refunds: In cases where GST paid on inputs exceeds the GST collected on sales, businesses can claim a refund.

GST Structure: GST is typically structured into three categories:

  • CGST (Central Goods and Services Tax): Collected by the Central Government.

  • SGST (State Goods and Services Tax): Collected by the State Government.

  • IGST (Integrated Goods and Services Tax): Applicable for interstate transactions and collected by the Central Government.

  • GST Rates: GST is levied at different rates, depending on the type of goods or services. The rates are divided into four slabs - 5%, 12%, 18%, and 28%. Some items may be exempt from GST, while others may attract a higher cess rate.

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