GST Registration is quick and easy. Register now and start your business today!

GST has been made mandatory by Government of India for business involved in any of the below activities:

  • If your Annual Sales is greater than INR 20 Lakh.
  • If you are doing business outside your own state.
  • If you want to sell online on ecommerce marketplaces such as Amazon/Flipkart etc.

Submit your details and register for GST certificate today.

 What is GST?

In simple terms GST is Goods and Services Tax which covers all the taxes such as Sales Tax, Service Tax, Excise Duty etc. In case you are thinking to start your business, you would need to open a Bank current account as well, and these days many banks require GST registration certificate in order to open a business current account. Hence, being an entrepreneur, it is advisable to simply register for GST and operate your business.

Although government has made it mandatory for businesses operating with annual turnover greater than INR 20 lacs, but still if you wish to become an online seller or you provide your services inter state, you would need to register for GST.

What is the GST Registration Time Limit?

Typically depending upon case to case, the registration may take even less than 48 hours and for some till six working days. You simply need to share your details with Policystar and we will guide you registering for GST certificate online.

GST Registration document checklist

  1. PAN Card of partners
  2. Residential proof like electricity bill, telephone bill, rent agreement etc
  3. Partnership Deed copy
  4. Your personal cancelled Cheque
  5. Adhaar Card of partners

Submit your details in the form to register for GST now!

GST Registration Online – Apply Now!
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Comments:

  • March 21, 2018 at 12:47 am
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    I wanted to apply for GST but I guess for bank account it is not that necessary?

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    • March 21, 2018 at 12:48 am
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      No, In case you are a doctor or CA, they will open your current account easily. thats a general trend or rule..

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