GST Migration for Existing Tax Payers in India

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GST Migration in India

What is GST Migration?

GST Migration is a process for enrolment of existing Indirect tax assessees (i.e. assessees holding registrations under VAT, service tax or central excise). GST migration is indivisible part of GST registration.GST migration is important for Individual or Firm having annual turnover is greater than rs.20 Lakhs which is the GST exemption limit for registration.

GST Migration Process

  • Create user id  and password on the common portal
  • Enter details of Business
  • Enter details of Proprietor, Partner, Managing and Whole Time Director, Karta
  • Enter Details of Authorized Signatory
  • Enter Details of Principle Place of Business
  • Enter Details additional place of Business
  • Enter Details of Goods and Service Supplied
  • Enter Details of Bank account
  • Verification

What We do in GST Migration ?

  • Expert suggestion on all aspects related to GST and ensure the smartest transition to GST
  • Ensure that all aspects of your business are compliant with GST
  • File the required forms and get your current tax migrated to GST

 

 

 

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Documents Required for GST Migration in India

For Companies

  • PAN Card

  • Aadhar Card

  • Bank Account Information

  • Certificate of Incorporation

  • Appointment Letter of Authorized Authority

  • Photo ID Proof of Proprietor/ Promoters/ Partners/ Karta of HUFy

  • Proof of Place of Business

For LLP's/Partnership Deed

  • PAN Card

  • Aadhar Card

  • Bank Account Information

  • Certificate of Incorporation and Partnership Deed

  • Appointment Letter of Authorized Authority

  • Photo ID Proof of Proprietor/ Promoters/ Partners/ Karta of HUF

  • Proof of Place of Business

 

 

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FAQs on Migration to GST

Is there any concept of deemed enrolment on GST System Portal?

No. There is no deemed enrolment on GST system portal. All the taxpayers registered under any of the Acts as specified in Central Excise, Service Tax, State Sales Tax / VAT (except exclusive liquor dealers if registered under VAT), Entry Tax, Luxury Tax, Entertainment Tax (except levied by the local bodies) are expected to visit the GST System Portal and enroll themselves. 

Do I need to enroll for GST?

Since, GST Enrolment will ensure smooth transition to GST regime therefore All existing taxpayers registered under any of the Acts as specified in Central Excise, Service Tax, State Sales Tax / VAT, Entry Tax, Luxury Tax, & Entertainment Tax will be transitioned to GST. There is a planning of fresh enrolment since the data available with various tax authorities is incomplete. Also, this will ensure latest data is available in GST Database without any recourse to amendment process.

Who can be the Primary Authorized Signatory?

A Primary authorized signatory is the person who is primarily responsible to perform action on the GST System Portal. This action is performed on behalf of taxpayer. All communication from the GST System Portal relating to taxpayer will be sent to him.
 
Suppose a proprietor himself or any other person is authorized by him, in case of partnership any of the partner authorized or any person authorized, in case of Company/LLP, Society, Trust, the person who is authorized by Board or Governing Body etc. can act as Primary authorized signatory. Copy of authorization needs to be uploaded. In case of multiple authorized signatory for single business entity, one authorized signatory should be designated as primary authorized signatory and email and mobile number of that person shall be provided at the enrolment.
 

Who is an Existing Tax payer?

An existing taxpayer is an entity currently registered under any of the acts as specified such as -

  • Central Excise
  • Service Tax
  • State Sales Tax / VAT
  • Entry Tax
  • Luxury Tax
  • Entertainment Tax

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