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Para 2 - Draft-Bills-Reports - Business Processes for GST on Registration Processes in GST Regime - Goods and Services Tax - Para 2 - 2.0 2.1The business process proposed in this document is based on the following : (1) A legal person without GST registration can neither collect GST from his customers nor claim any input tax credit of GST paid by him. (2) There will be a threshold of Gross Annual Turnover including exports and exempted supplies (to be calculated on all-India basis1) below which .....

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d be eligible for ITC in respect of all his purchases from the date of application in case application for registration has been filed within 30 days. The taxpayer would, however, not be eligible for ITC in respect of his purchases prior to the date of registration in case the registration application is not filed within the prescribed time limit of 30 days, although Centre is of the view that such a provision may not stand the test of judicial scrutiny. On the other hand States, based on their .....

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tion he can enter the credit chain even prior to crossing the threshold limit, provided he does not opt for the Compounding scheme (as defined below). (4) There will be another relatively higher threshold of Gross Annual Turnover (to be calculated on all-India basis) to be called Compounding turnover up to which the registered person can opt to pay tax at a specified percentage of the turnover, without entering the credit chain. Such registered person will neither be allowed to collect tax from .....

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ning of the financial year in which he wishes to claim compounding scheme. (5) All other taxable persons will be required to take GST registration. Such persons will be able to take the credit of taxes paid on inputs / input services / capital goods and pass on the credit of GST to his customers / recipients of goods or services or both. (6) The registered person eligible for the Compounding scheme but opting against the Compounding can pay regular taxes and file tax returns on monthly basis, an .....

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or register under GST if the GST law so provides. (8) All UN bodies seeking to claim refund of taxes paid by them would be required to obtain a unique identification number (ID) from the GST portal. The structure of the said ID would be uniform across the States in uniformity with GSTIN structure and the same will be common for the Centre and the States. The supplier supplying to these organizations is expected to mention the UID on the invoices and treat such supplies as B2B supplies and the i .....

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he UID on the invoices and treat such supplies as B2B supplies and the invoices of the same will be uploaded by the supplier. (10) The concept of Input Service Distributor (ISD) presently being followed in Centre s Law may continue if the GST Law so provides. They would be required to obtain GSTIN for distributing the credit of GST paid on services proposed to be used at multiple locations which are separately registered. This would be an exception/ deviation in case of services only. GST Law Dr .....

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nto this issue.] (11) All existing registered persons, whether with the Centre or State under any of the tax statues being subsumed in GST, would be allotted a GST registration number called Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) on voluntary basis. Dealers who are below the GST threshold will have option to remain in GST chain. GST Law Drafting Committee to make appropriate provision. (12) Tax authorities, in case of enforcement cases, may grant suo-moto registration. If such pers .....

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y ICAI] of a taxable person may also be permitted, subject to all the verticals being on the same scheme of tax treatment if the GST Law so provides. 2.4 A supplier who is not registered on regular basis, whether on mandatory or voluntary basis, in other State (s) and desires to conduct business in a particular State for a limited period, will have to obtain registration in that State for that limited period. Such suppliers are known as casual dealers and shall not be allowed to opt for composit .....

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