GST Registration

GST, an indirect tax on Goods and Services, is a unified nationwide tax with a destination-based approach. It acts as a singular tax for goods or services, spanning from manufacturers/service providers to customers. The tax paid at each stage is reclaimable in the next as input tax credit. GST paid on goods or services can offset the GST due on their supply. The ultimate consumer bears the GST charged by the last dealer. This simplified system streamlines taxation across the nation, making it more efficient and transparent. Any one apply for new GST registration.

Income Tax

Every year, individuals and companies must fulfill their Income Tax obligations within specified deadlines. The government levies taxes on income generated by individuals and companies as per the Income Tax Act for the respective financial year. Filing annual income tax returns and making the necessary payments is mandatory. Income tax serves as a vital revenue source for the government, enabling funding for public services and meeting governmental obligations. Solubilis facilitates the online filing of income tax returns for both individuals and companies through its user-friendly portal, ensuring a convenient and efficient process.

Persons Liable for Registration:

  • If a supplier's yearly turnover surpasses specified limits, they must register for GST. Those obligated to register must apply within 30 days of becoming liable, specifying their state. This ensures compliance with the registration requirement, fostering a transparent and accountable system for businesses under the Goods and Services Tax.

Persons Not Liable to Register:

  • Individuals involved in supplying goods/services exempted from taxation under the Goods and Services Tax Act include agriculturists. If the nature of the business falls within these categories, it is not subject to tax obligations.

Documents required for GST Registration in Chennai

Private limited

  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Board resolution
  • Electricity bill and property tax receipt of premises
  • Rental agreement if taken on rent, NOC form owner if he/she belongs to the family
  • Photo of all the directors.
  • Pan and aadhar copy of directors.
  • Mail id of all directors
  • Contact no of all directors
  • Ward no of the address premises.


  • Authorization letter
  • Copy of Partnership deed
  • Partners photo
  • Copy of PAN and aadhar of all partners.
  • Mail id of all directors
  • Contact no of all directors
  • Electricity bill and property tax receipt of premises
  • If the property is belong to one of the partner, he has to give NOC or rental agreement
  • Ward no of the address premises


  • Copy of PAN of proprietor
  • Copy of Aadhar of proprietor.
  • Copy of passport size photo of proprietor.
  • If the property is belong to one of the partner, he has to give NOC or rental agreement
  • If owned, electricity bill and property tax receipt of premises
  • Ward no of the address premises.


  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Authorization letter
  • Electricity bill and property tax receipt of premises
  • Rental agreement if taken on rent, NOC form owner if he/she belongs to the family
  • Photo of all the Partners.
  • Pan and aadhar copy of Partners.
  • Mail id of all Partners
  • Contact no of all Partners
  • Pratnership Deed
  • Ward no of the address premises.


  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Board resolution
  • Electricity bill and property tax receipt of premises
  • Rental agreement if taken on rent, NOC form owner if he/she belongs to the family
  • Photo of the director.
  • Pan and aadhar copy of director.
  • Mail id of the director
  • Contact no of director
  • Ward no of the address premises.

Benefits of GST:

  • Easy Compliance
  • Uniformity of Tax
  • User-Friendly Administration
  • Higher revenue efficiency
  • Transparant Tax system
  • Destination-Focused Tax System
  • Single tax to the whole nation (ie) Unified Taxation.
  • Legal Recognition

Income Tax Slab:

Income Tax Slab Tax rate - Individuals
Up to `2,50,000 Nil
2,50,001 to 5,00,000 5%
5,00,001 to 10,00,000 12,500 + 20% of total income exceeding 5,00,000
Above 10,00,000 1,12,500 + 30% of total income exceeding 10,00,000

The Finance Act, 2020 has introduced new optional tax regime :

  • No Tax – Upto Rs 2.5 Lakhs
  • 5% Tax – Between 2.5 Lakhs to 5 Lakhs
  • 10 % Tax – Between 5 Lakhs to 7.5 Lakhs
  • 15 % Tax – Between 7.5 Lakhs to 10 Lakhs
  • 20 % Tax – Between 10 Lakhs to 12.5 Lakhs
  • 25 % Tax – Between 12.5 Lakhs to 15 Lakhs
  • 30% Tax – Above 15 Lakhs

Individuals can opt for either the new regime or continue with the existing tax slab rates. Opting for the new regime means forgoing exemptions and deductions available in the old regime.

Exemptions not allowed in the new regime include

  • Deduction under Chapter VI-A deduction (80C, 80D, 80E etc. ) (Except Section 80CCD(2))
  • Housing loan interest
  • Salary – Standard Deduction
  • Education allowance for children
  • House Rent Allowance
  • Leave Travel Allowance

It's advisable to choose the new tax regime if you have fewer investments.

Individuals are categorized into three groups:

  • Individuals - less than of 60 years of Age
  • Resident Senior citizens - More Than 60 and Less than 80 years of age
  • Resident Super senior citizens - More than 80 years of Age

Income Tax Return (ITR) forms vary based on the individual's income sources.

ITR Forms:

FORM ITR-1 – (Sahaj forms) * Applicable for individuals with income up to Rs. 50 lakh. * Receives income from salary, one house property, or other sources (interest, etc.).

FORM ITR-2 - For individuals and HUFs without income from business/profession and ineligible for Sahaj.

FORM ITR-3 – Suitable for individuals with income from business/profession.

FORM ITR- 4 - Individuals, HUFs, and firms (excluding LLPs) with total income up to Rs. 50 lakh. Income from business and profession computed under presumptive taxation provisions.

FORM ITR-5 – Applicable for Partnership Firms and LLPs.

FORM ITR-6 – Designed for Companies.

FORM ITR-7 - Intended for Political Parties and Charitable Institutions. Choose the relevant ITR form based on your income sources and business structure for a streamlined and accurate filing process.

Due date for filing an Income tax Return:

  • For Individuals and Non Audit Case - 31st July of the assessment year.
  • For Audit Cases - 31st September of the assessment year

Income tax / Proprietorship:

Proprietorship Filing income tax for proprietorships mirrors individual tax filing. Proprietors under 60 with income surpassing Rs. 2,50,000 must file returns. This slab differs from LLPs and companies. Ensure compliance with these guidelines for seamless tax filing.

Income tax-Limited liability Partnership/Partnership companies/private limited company

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) and partnership companies are treated similarly to partnership firms, taxed at 30% on total income. If income exceeds one crore, an additional 12% surcharge applies. Public limited companies face a 25% taxation rate on total earnings.

Penalty on Income tax:

Financial reports must be submitted at the fiscal year-end, with the new financial year starting on April 1. The Indian government sets a July 31 deadline for filing all company ITR reports. A penalty of Rs.5000 per day is imposed for ITR submissions before December 31. If the deadline extends beyond December 31, the penalty increases to Rs.10,000.

Documents Required

1. Individual Bank Statement. ( All the accounts )
2. Investment details ( For Eligible Deductions ) (80C, 80CCC, 80CCD, 80CCG, 80D, 80DD, 80DDB,80E, 80G,80GG, 80GGC, 80TTA, 80TTB, 80U )
3. Aadhaar Card Copy and Pan Card Copy.
4. Source of Income Declaration
  • Declaration - Salary Income
  • Declaration - Rent Income ( Own or Joined House Property )
  • Declaration - Income from Business or Profession ( Profit sharing or Salary from the Firm or Company )
  • Declaration - Capital Gain ( Any property or Shares or Mutual funds or PF etc, sold )
  • Declaration - Any income from other sources

5. Kindly provide the eligible deductions expenses,

  • LIC Policy premium payment
  • Rent paid
  • School Fees for children
  • Housing Loan ( Provide the split up - Interest part and Principle part )
  • Donations paid
  • Health insurance premium Paid


Income Tax

Individuals and non-audit cases have a deadline on July 31 of the assessment year. Audit cases must be completed by September 30.

Filing a return after the due dates is allowed, but late filing incurs penalties. Ensure timely filing to avoid penalty charges.

Submit a request letter to the Assessing Officer after settling pending tax dues for the specific financial year.

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ITR is mandatory for VISA

You can carry forward your losses.

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The Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number (TAN) is a unique identifier necessary for individuals responsible for deducting or collecting taxes. It is mandatory for tax compliance.

Income Tax Act's Section 44AB addresses Tax Audits, mandatory for those with audited accounts by a Chartered Accountant. The CA performs the tax audit, providing findings in Form Nos. 3CA/3CB and 3CD, detailing observations. Compliance with this section is crucial for businesses undergoing audits to ensure tax regulations are met.

Advance tax refers to paying taxes beforehand rather than in a lump sum at the fiscal year-end.

The instalment schedule is as follows, calculated based on expected liability:

  • 15 % on the Expected liability – On or before 15th June
  • 45 % on the Expected liability – On or before 15th September
  • 75 % on the Expected liability – On or before 15th December
  • 100 % on the Expected liability – On or before 15th March

This proactive approach ensures timely contributions and helps individuals and businesses manage their tax responsibilities effectively, avoiding last-minute financial burdens and promoting fiscal responsibility throughout the year.

No. Agriculture income is not taxable.

Yes. You have to maintain the proofs for your every sources of income.


A destination-based tax on goods and services, applicable from manufacturing to the end consumer. Credits for taxes paid at earlier stages are available as input credits, making the system comprehensive and efficient.

Both Central GST and State GST are imposed concurrently on every transaction involving the supply of goods and services, excluding exempted items and entities below the specified threshold. For instance, with an 18% GST rate, SGST is 9%, and CGST is 9%.

For interstate trade, the GST on the supply of goods and services is administered by the Central Government as IGST. For instance, with an 18% GST rate for traded goods, the IGST applicable would be 18%.

Companies must register for GST if their annual turnover exceeds Rs. 40 lakhs (Rs. 20 lakhs for services). Additionally, even if the turnover is below the threshold, mandatory registration is required for interstate sale of goods. Stay compliant with GST regulations to ensure smooth business operations.

No. Person registered under composition scheme is not eligible to claim input tax credit.

Buyers from a registered person under the composition scheme are ineligible for composition input tax credit. This is because suppliers in the composition scheme cannot issue a tax invoice.

Goods and services imports are treated as inter-state supplies, attracting IGST. Full offset is granted for GST paid on imported goods and services, ensuring a fair and transparent system for businesses engaged in international trade.

Exports are considered zero-rated, meaning no tax is payable on exported goods or services. However, exporters can claim input tax credit and seek refunds. Exporters have the flexibility to either pay tax on output and claim IGST refund or opt for a bond-based export without IGST payment, subsequently claiming Input Tax Credit refunds. This provides exporters with choices to optimize their tax processes and facilitate smoother international trade.

In certain supply categories, the responsibility to pay tax rests with the recipient of goods or services, not the supplier. This shift in liability streamlines tax procedures for specified transactions.

When a registered individual acquires goods or services from an unregistered entity, they are responsible for paying the tax through the reverse charge mechanism. This simplifies taxation for such transactions.

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