Company incorporation zero fees

Company Incorporation Zero Fees Update : Now Much Easier and Pocket Friendly

Comapny incorporation zero fees

Company Incorporation Zero Fees Update : Now Much Easier and Pocket Friendly

On the occasion of 69th Republic Day, Ministry of Corporate Affair has made starting a business much more easier for Private Limited Companies and LLP’s. MCA has announced company incorporation zero fees update, this post will guide you all.

  • Reserve Unique Name (RUN) Form
    (Revised Name Approval Process)

An application for reservation of name shall be made through the web service available at www.mca.gov.in by using RUN (Reserve Unique Name) along with fee of Rs 1,000 which may either be approved or rejected, as the case may be, by the Registrar, Central Registration Centre”.

  • RUN a new platform for reservation of name of the Company. All you need to know about is:

A small Web form with 4 information
– Entity Type
– CIN, only in case of name change
– Proposed name (Auto check facility available)
– Comments (Proposed objects and any other comments)

  • An approved name is valid for a period of
    (i)20 days from the date of approval (new company) or
    (ii)60 days from the date of approval (existing company).
  • Director Identification Number (DIN) Application – Revised Rule

As per revised amendment now if you want to apply for DIN then you can apply via SPICE Incorporation Form, DIN will be issue only at time of Incorporation only.

  • As per new rule DIN will be issued to company to which the Director would be added and DIN Declaration to be mentioned the CIN Number.
  • In short allotment of DIN by allotting it through combined SPICe Form only at the time of an individual’s appointment as Director(in case he/she doesn’t have a DIN).

Zero Fee for Incorporation

Ministry of Corporate Affairs announced  Zero Fee for incorporation of all companies with authorized capital up to Rs.10 lakh.

Provided further that in case of companies incorporated, with effect from the 26th day of January, 2018, with a nominal capital of less than or equal to rupees ten lacs or in respect of companies not having a share capital whose number of members as stated in the articles of association does not exceed twenty, fee on INC-32 (SPICe) shall not be applicable.

Form No.INC-7 shall be omitted;

Provided further that in case of incorporation of a company having more than seven subscribers or where any of the subscriber to the MOA/AOA is signing at a place outside India, MOA/AOA shall be filed with INC-32 (SPICe) in the respective formats as specified in Table A to J in Schedule I without filing form INC-33 and INC-34

How To Start A Company: 

Click here to know how to start a private limited company or directly contact any chartered accountant in delhi available on CA in Delhi ‘s homepage.

 

E-Way Bill System

E-Way Bill System: E-Way Bill Becomes Mandatory for Movement of Goods : GST

E-Way Bill System

E-Way Bill System: E-Way Bill Becomes Mandatory : GST

In a bid to bring uniformity across the states for seamless inter-state movement of goods, the government is set to implement the electronic way bill or e-way bill system from February 1. E-way bill is a system generated bill which every transporters, exceptions in some cases, will have to carry to move the goods from one place to another. These electronic bills can be generated from the GSTN portal. The e-way bill system was introduced under the Goods and Services Tax , but couldn’t be implemented earlier as the required IT infrastructure wasn’t in place. Last month, the GST Council decided to implement the e-way bill mechanism throughout the country from February 1.

In a notification released earlier this month, the GSTN informed the transporters that E-way bill would become mandatory for inter-state movements of goods from February 1, 2018. It further said that the nationwide e-way bill system would be ready to be rolled out on a trial basis by January 16

We know, there might be many questions arising in your mind regarding E-Way Bill System, so here we have answered all major questions. If you still feel your query is not answered, then feel free to comment them down.

FAQs

Q-1> Who needs to generate E-way Bill ?

Ans.: The following people are responsible to generate E-Way Bill

Ist –  The Supplier

IInd – The Receiver

IIIrd – the registered person if purchase or sale is done from an un-registered person/dealer

Q-2> What type of supply is covered under E-Way Bill ?

Ans.: Almost all type of movements of goods are covered under E-Way Bill, including rejection, sales return , repair and maintenance and daily job work or material sent with a delivery challan. Approx value will be shown on delivery challan of the job work and an E-way Bill will be generated for this Challan.

Q-3> What amount is covered under E-Way Bill ?

Ans.: The material value up to Rs. 50000/= is not cover under E-way Bill whereas, if the total value of material which is loaded in a single vehicle is more than 50000/=, E-way bill will be generated  by the transporter.

Q-4> How Many parts are there in E-way Bill  ?

Ans.: There are 2 parts of E-way bill, part A and B. in part A ,we fill the detail of goods received , items detail and value of goods. In part B, there is a column of transporter detail ,means transport name, vehicle number and GR number.

 Q-5> Is part B of E-Way Bill Mandatory to fill?

Ans.: If the material dispatch range is less than 10 Km i.e. through hand or by rickshaw, part B will  not be required.

 Q-6> How will goods be identified in Goods in E-way Bill?

Ans.: The Goods will be identified with an HSN Code shown in the E-way Bill.

 Q-7> Any printout of E-way bill needed with the Invoice of Goods?

Ans.: No printout is required with the invoice of goods, show only number of E-way bill in front of invoice.

Q-8> What is Consolidated E-way Bill ?

Ans.: Consolidated E-way bill is generated when the transporter is carrying multiple consignments in a single vehicle. Consolidated E-Way allows the transporter to carry a single document, instead of a separate document for each consignment in a conveyance.

Q-9> What is the validity of E-way Bill?

Ans.: The validity of E-way Bill is as follows:

  • 00 to 100 Km. :  01 Days
  • 100 to 300 Km.:  03 Days
  • 300 to 500 Km. : 05 Days
  • 500 to 1000 Km. : 10 Days
  • More than 10000 km.:  15 Days

Q-10> What is the penalty of non-filling of E-way Bill ?

Ans.: the penalty of non-filling of E-way Bill is 200% of GST value of invoice..

NOTE: there is no editing allowed in E-way bill after final submission.

Q11 > What are the documents required to generate E-Way Bill?

  • Invoice/ Bill of Supply/ Challan related to the consignment of goods.
  • Transport by road – Transporter ID or Vehicle number.
  • Transport by rail, air, or ship – Transporter ID, Transport document number, and date on the document.
GST Registration in delhi

GST Registration In Delhi At Just Rs 999/- : Register Your Business

GST Registration In Delhi

GST Registration In Delhi , Bangalore, Pune and all other states of India : Start Your Business At Just Rs 999/- [All Over India]

GST registration is mandatory for all entities involved in the buying or selling or providing of services in India. Our experienced Chartered Accountants are offering GST Registration In Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, and in all other states of India at mere Rs.999/-

GST (Goods and Service Tax) is a tax levied when a consumer buys a goods or services. The main aim of introducing GST is to bring all the taxes in a single umbrella. This bill helps to eliminate the cascading effect of taxes on production, distribution prices on goods & services. Goods & service tax refers to indirect tax which replaces taxes levied by the central & state government. Do refer GST rules and guidelines that you should follow to stay compliant

CA in Delhi is the leading business services platform in India, where you can find various Chartered Accountants to avail services like income tax filing, GST return filing, private limited company registration, trademark filing and more. CA In Delhi can also help you obtain GST registration in Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, and in all other states of India at mere Rs.999/-  and maintain GST compliance The average time taken to obtain GST Certificate is about 5 – 10 working days, subject to government processing time and client document submission.

Procedure For GST Registration:

Whether you do GST Registration in Delhi , Pune , Bangalore or any state of India, the procedure remains the same. Below mentioned is the three step procedure by which your business gets registered.

  1. GST Documents Preparation Preparation

    A Chartered Accountant will help you prepare documents necessary for GST Registration. You can choose a Chartered Accountant from the list of  highly qualified Chartered Accountants on CA in Delhi’s homepage.

  2.  GST Application Filing

    Once the documents are ready, your Chartered Accountant will file your application online and provide you ARN number immediately.

  3. GST Registration Certificate

    Once the GST application and the attached supporting documents are verified by the Officer, GSTIN and GST Certificate is provided.

Documents Required For GST Registration:

Documents for gst registration

1) PAN Card of the Business or Applicant

GSTIN is linked to the PAN of the business. Hence, PAN is required to obtain GST certificate.

2) Identity and Address Proof of Promoters

Identity proof and address proof documents like PAN, passport, driving license, aadhaar card or voters identity card must be submitted for all the promoters.

3) Business Registration Document

Proof of business registration like incorporation certificate or partnership deed or registration certificate must be submitted for all types of registred entities.

4) Address Proof for Place of Business

Documents like rental agreement or sale deed along with copies of electricity bill or latest property tax receipt or municipal khata copy must be submitted for the address mentioned in the GST application.

5) Bank Account Proof

Scanned copy of the first page of bank passbook showing a few transaction and address of the business must be submitted for the bank account mentioned in the registration application.

6) Digital Signature

Class 2 or class 3 digital signature is required for the authorised signatory to sign and submit the GST application. In case of proprietorship, there is no requirement for digital signature.

To get full details of document based on your  business type, visit Documents Required For GST Registration

Advantages of taking GST Registration:

  1. Legally recognized as suppliers of goods or services
  2. Tax paid on the input goods or services which can be utilized for payment of GST, i.e., ITC allowed to registered persons.
  3. Legally authorized to collect tax from his purchasers
  4. Eligible to avail various other benefits and privileges rendered under the GST laws.

Penalties for not Completing GST Registration:

Offenders who do not pay tax or fail to make the full payment will face a penalty of 10% of the tax amount. The minimum amount of fine will be Rs.10, 000 if the 10% amounts to anything less. In case of deliberate tax evasions, offenders will be charged a penalty of 100% of the tax amount. The penalty will be 10% of the tax due in case of genuine errors.

Persons not required to obtain GST Registration:

  •  an agriculturist, to the extent of supply of produce out of cultivation of land
  •  Person making supplies of goods or services that are not liable to tax under GST or wholly exempt under GST.
  •  Individual advocates (including senior advocates)
  •  Individual sponsorship service providers (including players)

Hire Chartered Accountant For GST Registration In Delhi, Bangalore, Pune or any state in India:

You can hire a Chartered Accountant from a list of highly qualified Chartered Accountants on CA In Delhi’s homepage

Invest in bitcoin

Should I Invest in bitcoin or Not : All About Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Invest in bitcoin

Should I Invest in Bitcoin or Not :  All About Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Blockchain is the future of finance. Blockchain is a revolution. Blockchain will disrupt the industries and sectors.
Wow, awesome! But, what is it that is causing such crazy hype?! Is investment in Blockchain or Bitcoin safe?Let’s understand the basic terms first. invest in bitcoin

Blockchain is a technology that facilitates the functioning of cryptocurrencies. It is a type of distributed ledger, where records can be stored and organized into blocks. That means there is no central authority maintaining the ledger, and data is maintained by a group of peers.
It is understood that Blockchain can remove the intermediaries and foster an environment of trust and transparency due to distributed ledger mechanism.

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency stored in the blockchain.

Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency for which the blockchain technology was invented.
Now the question arises that, should I invest in Bitcoin or not? This article will answer all your questions

Are Blockchain and Bitcoin scam? Is it safe to Invest in Bitcoin?

There are two parts here: Blockchain technology and Bitcoin.

Blockchain technology is amazing. It can change the way the industries work. It is transparent, accurate, distributed, permanent and cheap. It can have positive applications in banks, financial institutions, voting, automotive industry, healthcare, etc. However, there are no existing regulations that govern this technology.

The other is Bitcoin. The world is going gaga over Bitcoin and its value. Its price touched around $17,549 mark. People are buying Bitcoins in a hope that it will surge further. They also don’t want to miss out an opportunity to make money. So, Bitcoin has become a tradeable instrument offering lucrative return.

But, let’s not forget, with high returns, come high risks. Stock markets too have witnessed such surges disguised as scams. All the gold rush ends one day. Before you mark Bitcoin safe, let’s walk around some risks attached that might stop you to invest in bitcoin

What looks risky in Bitcoins?

Volatility: Volatilities exist in stock markets too, but are much higher in Bitcoins. Anything that goes up comes down. Someone who bought majority of Bitcoins since inception will surely dump it to someone. What if you are the one?

Regulations: Stock market can still boast about having regulators (like SEC in US, SEBI in India, etc.) to protect the interests of consumers, but what does Bitcoin have? If the prices of Bitcoin crash, who will you claim your money from? It is better to wait for the governments to adopt this technology and set some rules and regulations to protect the interests of people trading in this currency.

IT Risk: This is merely a code, and can be hacked. If someone gets access to your public key, you may end up losing your ownership. Again, there is no regulator to protect your interest.

Money Laundering: Owing to anonymity of these transactions, it is also likely to be used by criminals for money laundering. There are no taxes involved. If the government decides to ban it, its value can crash terribly.

These Bitcoins very much resemble stock markets. Let’s walk around the traits of scams that have rocked the stock market.

What do the scams look like?

The scammers can organize a scam in such a systematic and polished manner that it may be hard to unwrap the truth. They market you the garden of flowers, but little do you know that there is a crematory right under it.

One of the most popular stock schemes is called “pump and dump.” Here’s how it works. invest in bitcoin

A group of crooks buys up a block of stock in a little known company, preferably one that has a semi-exciting technology name. They advertise it massively and begin flooding cyberspace with false rumors about how this company has some breakthrough technology or just signed a super deal.

They may even develop phony letterhead and send out press releases about the company, and carry out every such thing that lures people into buying that stock.

With more and more people buying the stock, price of the stock starts increasing and the crooks’ smile starts widening.

After the stock price goes up, the crooks finally decide to dump the stock and book fat profit. When they sell, the price stumbles steeply and all the people they conned into buying lose money heavily.

Game is not over yet. Sometimes crooks themselves short that stock then hop on the Internet and spread lies about how the company is in trouble or about to face some criminal proceeding. When the stock drops, the short sellers cover their positions for a big profit. Scam happened. Crooks won, gullible people lost.

Schemes come in various forms to extract money from your pocket. They all have one thing in common: very high returns. The sad truth is that many people fall for these schemes because their greed overcomes their reason. Don’t let this happen to you

Famous Scams in History invest in bitcoin

  • Jordan Belfort (Stratton Oakmont)
    The Wolf of Wall Street. Stratton Oakmont was a typical pump-and-dump firm in the 90s, where brokers would drive up the price of stocks and then Belfort and his partners would cash out causing the stock to plummet in value. He hired hundreds of ambitious brokers to cold call unsuspecting people, selling worthless stocks. In 1998, Belfort was indicted for securities fraud and money laundering.
  • Charles Ponzi
    The term “Ponzi scheme” is named after Charles Ponzi’s famous pyramid scheme. Ponzi infamously promised returns of 50% in 45 days, which were actually paid with by funds from new investors. The scheme eventually failed in 1920 leaving 5 banks and all investors ruined. Charles Ponzi made $20 million through his pyramid scheme, in those days.
  • Ketan Parekh
    Ketan Parekh can best be described as the Pied Piper of Dalal Street. For two years, marketmen followed his every action because all he touched turned to gold. Be it investment firms, mostly controlled by promoters of listed companies, overseas corporate bodies or cooperative banks, all were ready to hand the money to Parekh, which he used to rig up stock prices by making his interest apparent. In no time, scrips like Visualsoft rose from Rs 625 to Rs 8,448 per share and Sonata Software from Rs 90 to Rs 2,150. But the vicious cycle of fraud did not end with price rigging. The inflated stocks had to be dumped onto someone in the end, for which Parekh used financial institutions like the UTI. But the party ended rather abruptly a day after the Union Budget was presented in February 2001. SEBI investigated, it was evident that bank and promoter funds were used to rig the markets. Parekh was arrested in March that year and was in custody for 53 days. In the aftermath of the scam, many gaping loopholes in the market were plugged.

Surge in Bitcoin value is a coincidence? Maybe or maybe not! You decide. Let’s take Blockchain and Bitcoin value as separate things and just hope that the future of finance will be shaped by the Block Chain Technology in a positive dimension.

Disclaimer: Views shared by CA In Delhi are personal. Feel free to act on your own understanding.

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List Of Chartered Accountants In Delhi – CA Services

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Link mobile number to aadhar card

How to link mobile number to Aadhar Card : [FULL GUIDE]

Link mobile number to aadhaar card

How to link mobile number to Aadhar Card : [FULL GUIDE]

Aadhar has become an important document not only to establish your identity and avail social security schemes but also for financial matters such as filing income tax returns (ITR), keeping your bank account active, and investing in financial products like mutual funds. This article will guide you how to link mobile number to Aadhar card 

Earlier on in the year, it was announced that customers had to link their mobile numbers with their Aadhar. There are many advantages of linking the two. For example, you can e-verify your ITR using Aadhar. In this process an OTP is sent to the mobile number linked to your Aadhar. You can even update personal details linked to your Aadhar online using an OTP sent to your registered mobile number. Downloading your e-Aadhar also requires verification via OTP sent to your mobile number.

Also check out: How To Locate Nearest Aadhar Center : [FULL GUIDE]

If you want to link mobile number to Aadhar, there can be two scenarios:

1. You are linking it for the first time;
2. You have changed your phone number and want to update your Aadhar data by replacing the old number with the new one.

How To Link mobile number to Aadhar for the first time:

This needs to be done offline. Most online transactions are OTP (one-time-password) authenticated, i.e., the password is sent to the registered number. Since you are linking your number for the first time, online authentication is not possible. To do this offline you need to follow these steps:

• Visit your nearest Aadhar center (Click here to locate nearest aadhar center) to get the Aadhar Update/Correction Form or
Click here to download form from the UIDAI website.  • Fill out the form correctly; submit it to the concerned person at the center and mention on the form that only mobile number is to be updated.
• While submitting the update form, along with photocopy of your Aadhar card you also need to provide photocopy of an Identity proof document such as PAN Card, Passport, Voter ID card (Click here for the complete list of supporting documents).  • Following the submission your biometrics will be verified at the enrolment center. Your thumb impression will be verified. While applying for Aadhar your biometrics were recorded and to authenticate the changes, they are verified.
• After verifying the biometrics, you will be given an acknowledgement slip. Usually it takes 2-5 working days for the updation to happen but as per the UIDAI helpline the turnaround time for the updation is 10 days.

Also Check: Documents Required To Update Aadhar Card Online and Offline

Updating your mobile number

You can link mobile number to aadhar card online, but make sure that your existing number linked to your Aadhar, is functional and handy. This is because the OTP to authenticate the updation would be sent to your existing number. You will be able link your new mobile number with Aadha only after submitting the OTP sent on your old number.

• On the UIDAI website, there’s an option under the Aadhar Update tab that will redirect the user to the Aadhar Self-Service portal.
(Click here to go to the portal directly) • Enter your Aadhar number, and the Captcha text and request for OTP.
• The OPT will be sent to your existing mobile number, and after submitting it you’ll be redirected to a new page, where you can update the desired details.
• Under ‘Select field(s) to update’, select ‘Mobile Number’
• Now enter your new mobile number that you want to record in the database and submit.

Documents required To Update Aadhar Card

Documents Required To Update Aadhar Card : [FULL GUIDE]

Documents required To Update Aadhar Card

Documents Required To Update Aadhar Card : [FULL GUIDE]

Whether you are enrolling for Aadhar for the first time, or are getting information updated, you will need to submit required documents that support your claims. Generally speaking, the documentation that is required for registering with aadhar are simpler that many other services that require documentation. It is also divided into four categories that range from identity and address to date of birth and relationship. There are some documents that can even serve as proof of more than one thing. These documents will be needed when you apply for a new aadhar card or when you request for any changes to be made to your existing card. This article will cover all the documents required to update Aadhar card

Documents Required to update Aadhar Card Address

The list of documents required for changing address, name, number, date of birth on Aadhar Card are as follows:

Proof of Identity (PoI) – The document must contain your name and photo. You can submit any of the following documents as identity proof:

-Passport.
-Ration Card or PDS Photo Card.
-PAN Card.
-Driving License.
-Voter ID.
-NREGS Job Card.
-Government Photo ID Cards or PSU Issued Service Photo Identity Card.
-Arms License. -Photo ID Issued by a Recognized Educational Institution.
-Photo Credit Card.
-Photo Bank ATM Card.
-Kissan Photo Passbook.
-Pensioner Photo Card.
-Freedom Fighter Photo Card.
-ECHS/ CGHS Photo Card.
-Certificate of Identity that has photo issued by Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar on a letterhead.
-Address Card that has name and photo issued by the Department of Posts.
-Disability ID Card or handicapped medical certificate that is issued by the respective State or Union Territory Government or Administrators.
-Marriage Certificate.
-Gazette Notification.
-Proof of Marriage document that has been issued by the Registrar.

Also Check Out:  How To Link Mobile Number To Aadhar

Proof of Address (PoA) – The document must contain your name and address. You can submit any of the following documents as address proof:

-Bank Statement or Passbook.
-Ration Card.
-Passport.
-Post Office Statement or Passbook.
-Voter ID.
-Government Photo ID Cards or PSU Issued Service Photo Identity Card.
-Driving License.
-Water Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Electricity Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Property Tax Receipt (It should not be more than 1 year old).
-Landline Telephone Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Credit Card Statement (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Signed Letter that has Photo from the Bank on a letterhead.
-Insurance Policy.
-Signed Letter that has Photo and is issued by a Recognized Educational Institution on a letterhead.
-Signed Letter that has Photo and is issued by a registered Company on a letterhead.
-Arms License.
-NREGS Job Card.
-Pensioner Card.
-Kissan Passbook.
-Freedom Fighter Card.
-Income Tax Assessment Order.
-ECHS/ CGHS Card.
-Certificate of Address that issued by the head of Village Panchayat or an equivalent authority (for rural areas).
-Certificate of Address that has photo and is issued by a MLA or MP or Tehsildar or Gazetted Officer on a letterhead.
-Vehicle Registration Certificate.
-Registered Lease/ Sale/ Rent Agreement.
-Caste and Domicile Certificate that has photo and is issued by the State Government.
-Address Card that has photo and is issued by the Department of Posts.
-Gas Connection Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Disability ID Card or handicapped medical certificate that is issued by the respective State or Union Territory Government or Administrators.
-Passport of Parents (in case of minors).
-Passport of Spouse.

Also Check: How To Locate Nearest Aadhar Center

Proof of Date of Birth (DoB) – You can submit any of the following documents as proof of Date of Birth:

-SSLC Certificate or Book.
-Birth Certificate.
-Passport.

Supported Proof of Identity (PoI) Documents Required for New aadhar Card

These are documents that establish that you are who you claim to be as seen on documents issued by various government bodies. The one common theme in all these documents is that they all need to be photo identity cards. The document must contain your name and photo. You can submit any of the following documents as identity proof and also used as KYC documents for Aadhar Card .

  • Passport.
  • Ration Card or PDS Photo Card.
  • PAN Card.
  • Driving License.
  • Voter ID.
  • NREGS Job Card.
  • Government Photo ID Cards or PSU
  • Issued Service Photo Identity Card.
  • Arms License.
  • Photo ID Issued by a Recognized Educational Institution.
  • Photo Credit Card.
  • Photo Bank ATM Card.
  • Kissan Photo Passbook.
  • Pensioner Photo Card.
  • Freedom Fighter Photo Card.
  • ECHS/ CGHS Photo Card.
  • Certificate of Identity that has photo issued by Gazetted Officer or Tehsildar on a letterhead.
  • Address Card that has name and photo issued by the Department of Posts.
  • Disability ID Card or handicapped medical certificate that is issued by the respective State or Union Territory Government or Administrators.

List of Supported Proof of Address (PoA) Documents Required For Aadhar Card

These are documents that prove that you are residing at the address that you have provided. This is a particularly import piece of information and should always be correct since the Aadhar card will be sent to this address. This means that if you make a mistake in the address, or fail to correct/update it in time, you will have trouble receiving the Aadhar card since it is only sent to the address mentioned on the application form. Your address proof must have your name and address. The following documents are accepted by the UIDAI as identity proof:

-Bank Statement or Passbook.
-Ration Card.
-Passport.
-Post Office Statement or Passbook.
-Voter ID.
-Government Photo ID Cards or PSU Issued Service Photo Identity Card.
-Driving License.
-Water Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Electricity Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Property Tax Receipt (It should not be more than 1 year old).
-Landline Telephone Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Credit Card Statement (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Signed Letter that has Photo from the Bank on a letterhead.
-Insurance Policy.
-Signed Letter that has Photo and is issued by a Recognized Educational Institution on a letterhead.
-Signed Letter that has Photo and is issued by a registered Company on a letterhead.
-Arms License.
-NREGS Job Card.
-Pensioner Card.
-Kissan Passbook.
-Freedom Fighter Card.
-Income Tax Assessment Order.
-ECHS/ CGHS Card.
-Certificate of Address that issued by the head of Village Panchayat or an equivalent authority (for rural areas).
-Certificate of Address that has photo and is issued by a MLA or MP or Tehsildar or Gazetted Officer on a letterhead.
-Vehicle Registration Certificate.
-Registered Lease/ Sale/ Rent Agreement.
-Caste and Domicile Certificate that has photo and is issued by the State Government.
-Address Card that has photo and is issued by the Department of Posts.
-Gas Connection Bill (It should not be more than 3 months old).
-Disability ID Card or handicapped medical certificate that is issued by the respective State or Union Territory Government or Administrators.
-Passport of Parents (in case of minors).
-Passport of Spouse.
-Marriage Certificate that has the address and is issued by the Government.
-Allotment Letter of accommodation that is issued by the State or Central government and is not older than 3 years.

Supported Proof of Date of Birth (DoB) Documents Required for Aadhar Card

To prove the date of birth mentioned by you is accurate, the following required documents can be submitted at the time of Aadhar registration.

-SSLC Certificate or Book.
-Birth Certificate.
-Passport.
-PAN Card.
-Certificate of Date of Birth that is issued by Group A Gazetted Officer on a letterhead.
-Government Photo ID Cards or PSU Issued Photo Identity Card that contains the DoB.
-Mark sheet that has been issued by any Government University or Board.
-Central Government Health Service Scheme Photo Card or Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme Photo Card.
-State or Central Pension Payment Order.

Supported Proof of Relationship (PoR) Documents Required For Aadhar Card Enrollment

Your proof of relationship must be a document that contains details about your relationship with the Head of Family. The following documents are accepted by the UIDAI as PoR:

-Passport.
-MNREGA Job Card.
-PDS Card.
-Pension Card.
-CGHS/ECHS/State Government/ESIC Medical Card.
-Army Canteen Card.
-Marriage Certificate Issued by the Government.
-Birth Certificate issued by the Registrar of Birth, Municipal Corporation and other notified local government bodies such as Tehsil, Taluk, etc.
-Any other State or Central government issued family entitlement document.

Documents Required for aadhar Card for Child

For children below 5 years old, UIDAI does not require biometrics. The UID for these children will be processed based on their facial photograph and demographic details that is linked with the UID of their parents. Once these children turn 5 years old, they have to be re-enrolled. During this re-enrollment process, their biometrics will be collected by UIDAI. Their biometrics will be updated again when they turn 15 years old.

The documents required to aadhar card registration for child are as follows:

-Proof of date of birth.
-Identity and address proof.
-aadhar card of any one of the parents.

The following documents are accepted as proof of identity:

-Passport.
-PAN Card.
-Voter ID Card.
-Driving License.

The following documents are accepted as proof of address:

-Passport of Spouse.
-Passport.
-Driving License.
-Voter ID Card.
-Ration Card.
-Credit Card Statement (within 3 months).
-Bank statement/ Passbook.
-Water Bill (within 3 months).
-Electricity Bill (within 3 months).
-Insurance Policy.
-Landline Telephone Bill (within 3 months).

Nearest Aadhar center

How To Locate Nearest Aadhar Center : [FULL GUIDE]

Nearest Aadhar center

How To Locate Nearest Aadhar Center : [FULL GUIDE]

The Aadhar Card is one of the important documents in India, which can be used for availing benefits from different government schemes and for other purposes such as opening a bank account, applying for gas connection, etc. To make it easy for the Indian citizens to apply for Aadhar cards , the UIDAI has opened several Aadhar Card Enrolment Centres in the country. These centers are present in almost all the regions and are run by registrars appointed by the UIDAI. This article will guide you ‘how to locate nearest aadhar center ‘

How to locate Aadhar Card Enrolment Centre near you

The UIDAI has now updated the list of addresses for all the Aadhar Card Enrolment centers on its official website. The updated portal helps people in finding the nearest Aadhar center.

Given below are the steps to find the nearest Aadhar enrolment centre for you.

  • Firstly click here to visit the official UIDAI portal online. You can choose to search either through state, pin code, or search box. Select one option out of three.
    To search through ‘State’ follow the steps given below:

    • Select the state in which you are living at.
    • Select your district in the state.
    • There is an additional option called “Sub district” which helps you in narrowing down your search. for instance, if you are selecting the bangalore as the state, you can either choose bangalore south or bangalore north as your sub-district.
    • Finally select the correct VTC (Village Town City), and if you are a permanent resident, then tick the square box, if not ignore it.
    • Finally you will have to type in the verification code for security purpose and click on “search” button.
  • To search through ‘Pin Code’ type the pin code of your location, check the box before ‘Only permanent centers’ if you are looking only for permanent centers. After that enter the Verification Code and click on the search button.
  • To search through ‘Search Box’ type the search box number and check the box before ‘Only permanent centers’ if you are looking only for permanent centers. After that enter the Verification Code and click on the search button.

After you click on the “search” button, you will get a list of centres in your locality along with the address and phone number. You will also get details of contact person in your search. The start and closing date will also be mentioned in the results. Through the UIDAI portal, people can also book appointments for UID enrolment. When you visit the centre to apply for the card, do not forget to carry all the required documents that includes address proof, id proof, etc.

Also Check : How to link mobile number to Aadhar Card : [FULL GUIDE]

States/UT under NPR:

Assam
Arunachal Pradesh
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Manipur
Lakshadweep
Jammu & Kashmir
Mizoram
Meghalaya
Orissa
Nagaland
West Bengal
Tamil Nadu

changes in gst

Changes In GST : Rates, Due Dates, Return Filing

Changes in GST that will impact your business

In a major overhaul under the GST, there are changes in GST that will impact your business. It’s important for you to remain updated with them so that you don’t do lose out anything or do any wrong for your business as well as customers.

Bringing smiles for consumers, as many as 178 items of daily use were shifted from the top tax bracket of 28 per cent to 18 per cent, while a uniform 5 per cent tax was prescribed for all restaurants, both air- conditioned and non-AC.

Other compliance changes are:

Revision in Late fee

1) For nil return from 200 Rs per day to Rs 20 per day
2) For others , The late fees Has been revised from Rs 200 to Rs 50 Per day

Revision in Timelines for filling return

GSTR 2 & 3 is abolished till March 2018

For Asseses having Turnover upto Rs 1.5 Cr will file
1- GSTR 3B monthly
2- GSTR 1 – Quarterly

For assesses having Turnover more than 1.5 Cr will file
GSTR 3B- Monthly filling by 20th of the following month.
GSTR 1- Monthly

Revision in overall due dates

Invoices for Nov, 2017 to be filed by Jan 10, 2018

Similarly, Invoices for Dec, 2017 needs to be filed by Feb 10, 2018

Invoices for Jan 2018 to be filed by March 10, 2018

GSTR 4 shall have to file there return 24th December 2017. Form for GSTR 4 is already available online

GSTR 5- 11th Dec 2017
Trans 1 – 31st December 2017

Changes in Composition Scheme

COMPOSITION dealer shall have uniform rate of 1% for manufacturer and traders.

COMPOSITION SCHEME will cover services of up to Rs 5 Lakhs in addition to the goods.

Threshold limit for COMPOSITION SCHEME will increase to 2 Cr (Necessary amendments will be made in act).

The aggregate turnover will only cover the taxabale supplies and not exempt supplies for the purpose of computing tax @1%/5%.

ALSO READ : Imprisonment under GST: Offences That May Land You in Jail

* In the current year, all taxpayers will have to file only GSTR-1.

* New GST rates will come into effect from November 15

* Nobody can charge tax over and above MRP

* Taxpayers with annual aggregate turnover more thanRs. 1.5 croreneed to file GSTR-1 on monthly basis as per following frequency:

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File GST Return In Delhi

File GST Return : Know all about GST Return [Complete Guide]

File GST Return

1. What is a GST Return?

A return is a document containing details of income which a taxpayer is required to file with the tax administrative authorities. This is used by tax authorities to calculate tax liability.

Under GST, a registered dealer has to file GST returns that includes:

  • Purchases
  • Sales
  • Output GST (On sales)
  • Input tax credit (GST paid on purchases)

To file GST return , GST compliant sales and purchase invoices are required. You can generate GST compliant invoices for free on CA In Delhi

2. Who has to file GST Returns?

In the GST regime, any regular business has to file three monthly returns and one annual return. This amounts to 37 returns in a year.
The beauty of the system is that one has to manually enter details of one monthly return – GSTR-1. The other two returns – GSTR 2 & 3 will get auto-populated by deriving information from GSTR-1 filed by you and your vendors.
There are separate returns required to be filed by special cases such as composition dealers.

3. What are the types of GST Returns?

3.1. Any regular business:

Return Form Particulars Interval Due Date
GSTR-1 Details of outward supplies of taxable goods and/or services effected Monthly* 10th of the next month
GSTR-2 Details of inward supplies of taxable goods and/or services effected claiming input tax credit. Monthly* 15th of the next month
GSTR-3 Monthly return on the basis of finalization of details of outward supplies and inward supplies along with the payment of amount of tax. Monthly* 20th of the next month
GSTR-9 Annual Return Annually 31st December of next financial year
GSTR-3B Provisional return for the months of July to December 2017 Monthly 20th of the next month

3.2. A dealer opting for composition scheme :

A composition dealer will enjoy the benefits of lesser returns & compliance along with payment of taxes at nominal rates. A composition dealer will file only 2 returns:

Return Form Particulars Interval Due Date
GSTR-4 Return for compounding taxable person Quarterly 18th of the month succeeding quarter**
GSTR-9A Annual Return Monthly 31st December of next financial year

4. Late Fees for not Filing Return on Time

If GST Returns are not filed within time, you will be liable to pay interest and a late fee.

Interest is 18% per annum. It has to be calculated by the tax payer on the amount of outstanding tax to be paid. Time period will be from the next day of filing (26th/ 29th Aug) to the date of payment.

Late fee is Rs. 100 per day per Act. So it is 100 under CGST & 100 under SGST. Total will be Rs. 200/day. Maximum is Rs. 5,000. There is no late fee on IGST.

5. Who Can Help Me To File GST Return

You can find a list of professional Chartered Accountants in Delhi at CA In Delhi‘s home page. You can choose from a list of available CA’s and get your GST return filed with ease. So don’t worry and navigate to home page and connect with chartered accountants to file GST return.