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Temporary GST Registrations for Casual Taxable Person

As per the GST Act,  casual taxable persons are also required to obtain GST registration and GST Return Filing. “Casual taxable person” represents a person who occasionally undertakes transactions that include the supply of goods or services or both in the course of business, whether as principal, agent or in any other capacity,  in a place where he has no fixed place of business. A casual taxable person must go for GST registration irrespective of annual sales turnover.

Casual taxable persons require GST registration under a special category at least 5 days prior of initiating the undertaking business. An application can be filed online along with identity proof, address proof and photographs of the promoters. A transaction number would be generated after the filing of an application for casual taxable person GST registration is filed, GST deposit must be made by the taxpayer by using the transaction number to obtain casual taxable person GST registration in India.

GST for Registered Taxable Persons

Following GST Return Filing are to be submitted on Monthly basis by various category user

Category Of User Return Form No. Particulars
Registered taxable person GSTR-1 Detail of outward supply made of goods/services
GSTR-2 Detail of inward supply made of goods/servcies
GSTR-3 Detailed summary  of total sale and purchase
GSTR-3B (Applicable till March 2017) Summary of total sale and purchase and tax payment


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What needs to file in GST Return?

GSTR -1 Details of all outward supplies made by GST registered user.

GSTR-1 while filing one needs to collate information about all his supplies whether of good or/and services during a particular month. Following type of information will be required to be submitted in the form.

    • Taxable outward supplies to registered user
    • Taxable outward supplies to unregistered user
    • ReTaxable outward inter-state supplies to unregistered persons where the invoice value is more than Rs 2.5 lakh
    • Zero-rated supplies and deemed exports
    • Taxable supplies including the net of debit notes and credit notes to unregistered persons
    • Consolidated statement of advances received/advance
    • Summary of documents issued during a month

GSTR -2 Details of all inward supplies made by registered User.

GTR-2 Most of the information in GSTR-2 will be auto-populated in login however While filing the same one needs to gather the following information for submitting the GSTR-2 on GST portal.

    • Inward supplies from the registered taxable person.
    • Goods/capital goods received from overseas suppliers.
    • Services received from outside India.
    • Details of debit and credit notes.
    • Supplies received from unregistered person.
    • Input credit received from Input service distributor.
    • TDS credit received from Deductor & TCS credit received from TDS collector.
    • ITC reversal ITC needs to be reversed as notified by GST department.


GSTR-3 return needs to be filed by 20th of following month and it’s a summarized return for the all inward and outward supplies as submitted in GSTR-1 and GSTR-2 return. Most of the items in this return will auto-populated.


GSTR-3B return is notified only for the initial two months i.e. July 2017 and August 2017 and needs to be submitted until 20th of following month respectively. Following information needs to be collated for submitting the return.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Goods and Service tax is a combined version of indirect taxes levied on the supply of both Goods as well as services. It accrues on the basis of place of consumption means place of supply. Hence it can also be termed as a destination based tax. Our expert at unfolding tax will be happy to advise you to GST registration in Delhi

Registration under GST is a simple process. A registration form needs to be submitted online GST portal with requisite KYC documents, Bank proof, and place of business proof. Jurisdiction officer scrutinizes your documents online and if satisfactory, provides you with registration certificate and registration no., named as GSTIN. Our expert at unfolding tax will be happy to advise you to GST registration in Delhi

Following categories of persons are required to get registered under GST

  • A business whose turnover in a financial year exceeds Rs 20 Lakhs ( For North eastern and Hill states it is Rs 10 Lakh in a financial year)
  • If someone who wishes to make interstate supply then the above threshold is not applicable, that person has to get registered under GST.
  • If someone is required to pay tax under RCM ( Reverse Charges Mechanism)
  • Input service distributor.
  • Every E-commerce operator.

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All compliances as present needs to be submitted online through portal GST portal. However where circumstances require for physical submission then state wise GST departments are set up, one has to visit its jurisdiction GST officer for the same. Our expert at unfolding tax will be happy to advise you to GST registration in Delhi

IGST, CGST & SGST these three are the basis by which GST is allocated state wise as well as in hands of central Government. In India is a federal country needs to levy collect taxes both at the end of the state as well as centre. CGST (Central Goods and Services Tax) and IGST (Integrated Central and Services Tax ) Will be collected by Central Government and SGST ( State Good and Services Tax) will be collected by state Government. Our expert at unfolding tax will be happy to advise you to GST registration in Delhi

At present under GST four rates have been prescribed i.e. 5%, 12%, 18%, and 28%. Under GST rates are levied commodity wise/Services wise. Our expert at unfolding tax will be happy to advise you to GST registration in Delhi

HSN (Commodity system of Nomenclature) referring to the unique code being allocated to every type of commodity as well as services.

  • Under GST Whose turnover is above 1.5 crores and below 5 crores shall use 2 digit HSN Code, whose turnover is 5 crores and above will use four digit HSN code.
  • Taxpayers whose turnover is below 1.5 crores are not required to mention HSN Code in their invoices.
  • For services it classification is Service Accounting Code ( SAC)

Under GST ( Goods and Services Tax ) import will be classified and treated as Integrated Good and Services supply and IGST will be levied on Imports done in the country. Our expert at unfolding tax will be happy to advise you to GST registration in Delhi

Under GST exports are exempted from tax and considered as zero rates supplies. No tax is levied on exports done from India under GST regime. However, tax paid at time of purchase will be refunded to exporters.
Composition scheme as already applicable in current VAT Law and now migrated to GST regime also is basically meant for Small and medium entrepreneurs so as to facilitate them for complying with GST laws and regulations.

  • Under composition scheme one needs to submit summarized quarterly returns instead of monthly returns applicable for regular GST dealer.
A person whose turnover is below Rs 75 lakhs for a complete financial year and only supplying the goods not providing services can opt for the registration under composition scheme.

  • For services, the only opportunity is available for restaurant service providers who can opt for registration under composition scheme.
  • Tax rates, applicable for a person registered under composition scheme are for manufacturer 1%, 2.5 % for restraint sector and 0.5 for the person supplying goods.
  • However, once person registered under composition scheme under GST regime then he is not eligible for taking ITC (input tax credit under available on Purchases)
  • Reverse charge by it names implies – charge i.e. GST is payable reverse i.e. by buyer instead of Supplier.
  • In reverse charge mechanism, GST is payable by buyer if he purchased goods and/or services from unregistered Dealer
No, only in case of restaurant services composition scheme is applicable, for rest services one needs to get registered under normal course and the benefit of composition scheme is not available.

GST can be paid online via portal GST portal All three types of taxes i.e. CGST, IGST & SGST can be paid through the same portal. Our expert at unfolding tax will be happy to advise you to GST registration in Delhi

  • CGST input tax can be set of against CGST and IGST, not against SGST
  • SGST input tax can be set of against SGST and IGST, not against CGST
  • IGST input tax can be set of against IGST as well CGST and SGST.
    So in case of payment of challan in cash form one has to take care that which type of tax payment needs to be done .i.e either SGST , CGST or IGST.