All business entities will need to Register under GST and obtain a unique 15-digit Goods and Service Tax Identification Number (GSTIN). It will replace the previously existing Tax Identification Number (TIN), allotted to businesses for registering under VAT.
The MoF simplified the GST registration procedure online. Through the GST portal, the applicant can process the GST registration procedure. The portal generates GST ARN immediately after the submission of the application. The applicant can check the status
Every company/individual who supplies goods and services has to register under GST under the current GST regime. So, if your annual business turnover exceeding Rs.20 lakh (in all Indian states, other than north-eastern countries), you need to register with GSTN
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