Addition of a step in ease of doing business in India, Delhi government revised the registration process for taking registration under Dvat Act . Information Technology has become a part & parcel in our daily life, so shouldn’t it become a part of our business life? The same idea has been conceptualised by DVAT department in Delhi , and they have launched a mobile app for DVAT registration called as “DVATMsewa”. Now, DVAT registration is just a tap away.
Now anyone who want to sell his products on online platform like snapdeal, flipkart , amazon,paytm etc can easily get their registrations done without any post verification.
Besides registration under DVAT, this “DVATMsewa” app can be used to avail other services as well by Traders. One of the services to be provided through the new app is registration of dealers under the DVAT Act, 2004 and CST Act, 1956.
DVAT registration through “DVATMsewa” app can be done instantaneously because verification of business premises is not required to be done under this process.
Let’s understand the process:
Step 1: Download the DVATMsewa app and register by giving some basic information like name, Adhaar number, date of birth, mobile no. and residential address.
Step 2: Provide further information relating to business like name of firm, constitution of business, dealer type, PAN number, E-mail, business address and also upload image of business.
Step 3: After submitting all these information, the computer system of department shall verify the Adhaar details from Adhaar/UID portal and also verify PAN details of the dealer with Income tax Data maintained by NSDL.
Step 4: After successful verification of PAN and Adhaar details, others details submitted by dealers shall be passed on to the ward VATO (Value Added Tax Officer). The VATO will have to check the address of the business premises and location of business premises on the google map.
Step 5: If the VATO finds that the address matches with the location as per GPS, reference ID and password will be sent to the registered applicant through e-mail on the same day.
Step 6: The Dealer will then file registration application along with required scanned documents re under DVAT and /or CST, and deposit fee online.
Step 7: The application will come to VATO’s account, who will approve or reject it, on his discretion. On approval by the VATO, TIN will be generated.
Step 8: Registration certificate can be downloaded by the dealer.
In the case of an application not received through a mobile app, then existing process of DVAT registration can be followed by the dealer.
TIN stands for Taxpayer Identification number which is issued by the Commercial Tax Department of the respective state in which the applicant has applied. The tin number is one of important registration if you are into the business of manufacturing, traders, exporters or dealers. Basically, TIN number is a requirement of Local VAT laws or Central Sales Tax laws. You should need to mention the TIN number on all Quotations/Orders/Invoices by both purchaser and seller.
Normally, people mistakenly understand that TIN or VAT registration number are different, but it is not so. TIN and VAT registration number is the same thing. When Sales are made within the state then only TIN is also called as VAT number. TIN is used to track the transaction of the business enterprise.
"Tax Information Network" is an initiative made by Tax Department of India to make the seamless process of collection, processing, accounting and monitoring of all direct taxes online. Under this network, Govt. of India wants to have a single network of all tax related information, that can be accessed from anywhere in the country. The intent behind TIN is to integrate all tax-related information at a single place.
TIN is the identity of the dealer. TIN is the 11 digit number and unique throughout the country. Let’s understand how this number is formed:
First 2 characters represent the state and the rest 9 characters depend upon state to state.
TIN is the identification number of a dealer in the same way like PAN is used as the unique identity of the assessee under the Income Tax laws.
Documents required to apply TIN number:
Since TIN number is issued by the respective state, therefore documents vary from state to state and there are no standard procedures to apply for the TIN , but there are some common documents which are required in every state to apply for TIN number:
There is no difference in VAT, TIN or CST number. Only one number is required for all type of sales. The tin number can be used for both inter-state sales and intra state-sales. Inter state sales mean the sales made from one state to another state whereas intra state sales made within the particular state.
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