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Register for GST at www.gst.gov.in through an online form
First-time users can login online and set new credentials
Existing users can login with their username and password
After logging in you can pay your GST online
One of the features that makes the GST regime a true winner is that now tax management comes with technological support. You can forget about standing in line at your local income tax office to file GST, view credit ledgers or claim refunds in lieu of excess tax payment. Instead, you can avail tax services online. The first step to being able to do so is to login to the Government of India’s official GST portal hosted at www.gst.gov.in. Here’s a rundown on the Goods and Service Tax login procedure for existing and first-time users.
“Also known as Electronic Way Bill, the eWay Bill is a bill that transporters should carry when moving goods from one state to another or for intra-state movement. The eWay bill is used to track movement of goods under the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
The eWay bill is electronically generated on the eWay portal. The eWay bill must be generated for every consignment of goods in value of Rs. 50,000 and more.
When an eway bill is generated, a unique Eway Bill Number is allocated to the transporter, recipient and supplier.
The following details or documents are required to generate an eWay bill:
Invoice/Bill of Supply/Challan of the consignment of goods
Transporter ID or Vehicle number, if consignment is being transported by road
Transporter ID, transport document number, and date on the document, if consignment is transported by rail, air, or ship
Before GST implementation, way bills were generated through state-specific portals and were subject to state rules but under GST, the eWay bill is governed by a uniform set of rules applicable through-out India.”
To register for GST online, visit www.gst.gov.in and click on ‘New Registration’ listed under the ‘Services’ tab.
Enter details such as personal profile type, business name, state, email ID, mobile number and then click on ‘Proceed’.
Use the OTPs you get on your mobile and email ID to generate your Temporary Reference Number (TRN).
Click on ‘New Registration’ again and use your TRN this time.
Edit your application, upload documents, enter details and submit your application via the ‘Verification’ tab.
Use the GST Application Reference Number that you get to check the status of your application in the future.
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“The Goods and Service Tax is a uniform indirect tax that is levied on the supply of goods and services that replaces all other taxes such as central excise duty, state VAT, central sales tax, purchase tax, etc. Traders, manufacturers or service providers need to register under GST to file returns.
Under the GST regime, there are 11 types of returns applicable, and each has a different purpose and due date. One can file GST returns online by registering on the www.gst.gov.in portal.
Here are the 10 steps that you must take to file your GST return online.
Make sure that you are registered under GST and have the 15-digit GST identification number.
Log-in to the GST portal.
Click on the ‘Services’ button.
Click on ‘Returns dashboard’ and then, from the drop-down menu, fill in the financial year and the return filing period.
Now select the return you want to file and click on ‘Prepare online’.
Enter all the required values including the amount and late fee, if applicable.
Once you have filled in all the details, click on ‘Save’ and you will see a success message displayed on your screen.
Now click on ‘Submit’ at the bottom of the page to file the return.
Once the status of your return changes to ‘Submitted’, scroll down and click on the ‘Payment of tax’ tile. Then, click on ‘Check balance’ to view cash and credit balance, so that you know these details before paying tax for respective minor heads. Next, to clear your liabilities, you need to mention the amount of credit you want to use from the credit already available. Then click on ‘Offset liability’ to make the payment. When a confirmation is displayed, click on ‘OK’.
Lastly, check the box against the declaration and select an authorised signatory from the drop-down list. Now click on ‘File form with DSC’ or ‘File form with EVC’ and then click on ‘Proceed’. Make the payment in the next step for your respective GST form.”
Visit www.gst.gov.in, the GST portal in India, and click on the ‘Login’ button at the top right-hand corner of your screen.
Enter your username, password and the captcha code, and click on ‘Login’ again.
The GST portal login procedure is now complete. The page that follows gives you access to your dashboard.
Visit www.gst.gov.in and click on the ‘Login’ button at the top right-hand corner of your screen.
On the login page, click on the word ‘here’ that you will find in the line: First time login: If you are logging in for the first time, click here to login.
Enter your Provisional ID/GSTIN/UIN and password as received via email.
Enter the new username and password that you wish to use in the future and click on ‘Submit’.
Go back to the login page, and login with your new credentials.
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