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Obtaining a GST registration in India

1. Determine Eligibility: To obtain GST registration, the business must have a regular taxable supply of goods or services and have a turnover of over INR 20 lakhs (for most states).

2. Gather Required Information: Collect relevant information, such as business name, PAN, address, bank details, and director details. 3. Apply Online: Apply for GST registration through the GST portal using the required information and documents. 4. Upload Required Documents: Upload necessary documents, such as PAN, address proof, and bank details, as part of the application process. 5. Obtain Provisional ID: Once the application is submitted, a provisional ID will be issued, which can be used to complete the registration process. 6. Verify Application: Verify the application through electronic means, such as electronic verification code (EVC) via Aadhaar or digital signature certificate (DSC). 7. Receive GSTIN: Once the application is verified, the GSTIN will be issued, which serves as a unique identifier for the business for GST purposes. 8. Comply with Ongoing GST Requirements: File regular returns and pay taxes as per the due dates to maintain the GST registration and comply with ongoing GST requirements.

Note: The process and requirements for GST registration may vary depending on the nature of the business and the state in which it is located. It is advisable to seek professional help from a tax consultant or a legal advisor. Feel free to get in touch with ZAP Virtual Accountants. We'll make this simple for you.

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