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5 Simple Steps to Temporary GST Registration

Upload Basic Documents of Application
Make payment to Digital CA as per Plan
Digital CA prepare Various Documents like NOC, Board Resolution etc,
Deposit GST Amount
Get GST Registration Certificate

Minimum Requirements

  • There is no threshold limit for temporary GST Registration.
  • A casual taxable person has to submit the deposit tax (equal to expected tax liability) well in advance for the GST registration.
  • After applying for the GST registration, a temporary registration number will be generated and the for the payment of the GST deposit.
  • After paying the GST deposit, the taxpayer is credited electronically and the GST registration certificate is given.

Basic Document Requirement List

Basic Documents for Applicants

  • Colored Photo of Proprietor
  • Aadhar Card of Proprietor
  • Mobile Number of Proprietor
  • Email ID of Proprietor

Note: All documents can be uploaded/send through website or through Email & What's App.

Address proof for Business place

Case A: Premises/building owned by proprietor:

  • Electricity Bill / Property Tax Receipt/Sale Deed
  • NOC (No Objection Certificate)/Consent Letter

Case B: Premises/building on Rent/Lease:

  • Electricity Bill / Property Tax Receipt
  • Rent Agreement / Lease Deed




All Inclusive Fees

  • For Proprietorship
  • NOC (No Objection Certificate)
  • GST Registration Certificate


All Inclusive Fees

  • For Limited Liability Partnership
  • NOC (No Objection Certificate)
  • Board Resolution
  • GST Registration
  • Class-2 DSC


All Inclusive Fees

  • For Private or Public Limited Company
  • NOC (No Objection Certificate)
  • GST Registration
  • Class-2 DSC
  • GST Return Filing

Basic Feature of Goods and Service Tax

Dual GST Model

GST is a dual taxation model one is Central Goods and Service Tax and another is State Goods and Service Tax. Both Centre & State Govt. levied a tax on Supply of Goods or Services at one point of Time.

Destination Based Consumption Taxes

GST is said to be a destination-based or consumption-based tax. Hence, the place of consumption will decide the State that will collect the tax. 

Taxable event will be Supply

GST is depended upon the supply of goods and services. Supply does not mean sale it is inclusive in nature. It includes all form of Supply Such as Sale, Transfer, Barter, Exchange, license, Disposal, Rental, and Lease.

Tax revenue appropriation

Goods and services tax on supplies in the course of inter-State trade or commerce shall be levied and collected by the Government of India and such tax shall be apportioned between the Union and the States in the manner as may be provided by Parliament by law on the recommendations of the Goods and Services Tax Council. Meeting of GST Council is conducted from time to time.

Remove Cascading effect

GST would mitigate the ill effects of cascading, improve competitiveness and improve the liquidity of the businesses. One of the primary goals of a taxation regime is always avoidance of “taxation over taxes” or “cascading effect” of the incident taxes as it adds to the deadweight loss i.e. slump in total surplus of a supply chain consisting of the supplier, manufacturer, retailer, and consumer.

Input tax credit

Every taxpayer while paying taxes on outputs may take credit for taxes paid earlier by the supplier on inputs. However, this will not be applicable on supplies related to (i) motor vehicles when used for personal consumption, (ii) supply of food, health services, etc. unless they are further used to make a supply.  The IGST collected will be apportioned between the center and the state where the goods or services are consumed. 

Compliance under GST


Compliance under GST:


GSTR-1: Details of Outward Supply
GTTR-2: Details of Inward Supply
GTTR -3: Tax Liability Return
GTTR -9: Annual Return
Audit under GST: Audit by Taxable Person when turnover exceeds 2 crores.


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