1. GST Registration
The Goods and Services Tax (GST), India’s biggest tax reform in 70 years of independence, was launched on the midnight of 30 June 2017 by the Prime Minister of India NarendraModi. The launch was marked by a historic midnight (June 30-July 1, 2017) session of both the houses of parliament convened at the Central Hall of the Parliament.
GST (Goods & Service Tax) is a concept which merges most indirect taxes under one umbrella tax. GST is a welcome step towards reducing compliances and for improving ease of doing business.
Documents required for GST Registration:
- PAN Card of the business and applicant
- Aadhar Card of Applicant
- Valid Indian Phone Number and Email Address
- Proof of Place of Business (Lease Agreement, or Consent letter or Latest property tax receipt or Electricity Bill)
- Bank Account Number
- List of Goods and Services
- Proof of appointment of Authorized Signatory (Letter of Authorization or copy of board resolution)
- Authorized Signatories photo (soft copy)
- For Companies and LLP’s, it is important to have digital signature (class 2 digital signature) of the person who is authorised to sign the GST application
- Incorporation certificate (for Company)
- Other regulatory registration details such as Professional Tax, State Excise License details (If applicable)
2. Employee State Insurance Registration
This scheme is started for Indian workers. The workers are provided with a huge variety of medical, monetary and other benefits from the employer. Any Company having more than 10 employees (in some states it is 20 employees) who have a maximum salary of Rs. 15000/- has to mandatorily register itself with the ESIC.Shops, Restaurants or Hotels only engaged in sales,Cinemas, Road Motor Transport Establishments,Newspaper establishments (which is not covered under the factory act), Private Educational Institutions have to be covered into ESI Act.
3. PAN / TAN Application
Permanent Account Number – A Permanent Account Number or PAN is a unique 10 digit alphanumeric code which is provided to every taxpayer or assessee in the country. It is issued by the Income Tax Department and is a mandatory requirement for every entity indulging in economic activity beyond a certain financial limit in the country.
Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number – TAN is a unique 10 digit alpha numeric code whose primary purpose is related to deduction or collection of tax. All entities who deduct or collect tax must have a TAN, quoting it in their TDS or TCS documents.
4. Digital Signature Application
A digital signature is a mathematical technique used to validate the authenticity and integrity of a message, software or digital document. As the digital equivalent of a handwritten signature or stamped seal, a digital signature offers far more inherent security, and it is intended to solve the problem of tampering and impersonation in digital communications.
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5. Profession Tax Registration
Professional Tax or PT as it is called is a state level tax levied by Maharashtra Govt. on all the business, Trade, Professional service provider and Calling. It is a yearly tax when levied on business owners such as proprietors, Partners, and Directors of Company, who need to pay maximum Rs 2500/- every year. Every GST registered dealer whether dealing in taxable or exempt goods also needs to Register under PTEC and pay PT Return. Recently Profession Tax Department of Maharashtra is sending SMS to all GST Registration holders to register for PT and file its return. If you have also received such intimation, then simply contact us and we will do all related compliance for you. We can do compliance for all over Maharashtra.
6. Provident Fund Registration
Establishment Registration with Employers Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) is mandatory if the number of employees exceeds 20 and may be obtained voluntarily if the employee’s number is less than twenty. Our dedicated team will help you to your company with EPFO. The application for the EPFO Coverage should be made within 30 days of reaching the threshold limit of the twenty. We assist you to ascertain the coverage and applicability of the PF and file application for registration on your behalf to the PF Office, draft all documents and do a followup with the department for issuance of the registration number of the establishment.
7. FSSAI Registration
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is a legal authority that offers a food license to all food business operators (FBO) in India. FSSAI Registration ensures the security of food products and it is essentially a food safety certificate circulated by the food authority in India. FSSAI registration or license is based on the business volume and premises. Depending upon the installed capacity or turnover or location, applicant premises are eligible for the license such as central license, state license, registration, railway etc.
8. Import Export Code Registration
If you are in business of Importing and Exporting of goods in India, it mandatory to have 10 digit Import Export Code. Many a times Import Export Code is abbreviated as IEC. Import Export Code is required for all persons or enterprises involved in Import or Export of goods. Import Export Code is issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), Ministry of Commerce and Industries, Government of India. Import Export Code has Lifetime Validity.
9. MSMED Registration
MSME registration is a governmental scheme-enabling registration that is provided to the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises The classification of these enterprises is on the basis of how much they have invested in their equipment and machinery. There can be two types of MSMEs:
- Service Enterprise
- Manufacturing Enterprise
For service enterprise, the investment in equipment should not be more than INR 10 lakh and for manufacturing enterprise, the investment in machinery and plant should not be more than INR 25 lakh.
For service enterprise, the investment in equipment should not be more than INR 2 Crore and for manufacturing enterprise, the investment in machinery and plant should not be more than INR 5 Crore.
For service enterprise, the investment in equipment should not be more than INR 5 Crore and for manufacturing enterprise, the investment in machinery and plant should not be more than INR 10 Crore.