Who needs to apply for GST registration?

Who needs to apply for GST registration?

1. Turnover exceeding Rs. 20 lakhs

If your current supply of goods or services is above Rs. 20 lakhs, you need to obtain GST Registration (if your business operates exclusively in the North Eastern states then limit is Rs. 10 lakh).

2. Inter state sales/service provider

Anyone supplying goods or services to another state, need to apply for GST regardless of turnover. Even online service provider serving customers in another State will instantly attract GST registration.

3. E-commerce operator

Who owns, operates or manages digital platform for e-commerce. Eg. Amazon, zomato etc.

4. Vendors selling through E-commerce Portals

Those Persons who supply goods or services through e commerce sites

5. Non - Residents and Importers

Any Non-resident person or company supplying goods or services in India need to take the registration regardless of turnover.

6. Supplier of Online Information

Any person supplying online information and database services from outside India to a person in India need to register irrespective of turnover

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