GSTIN registration number must be display on sign boards by all businesses, says government

GSTIN to be displayed by all traders and businesses on sign boards

Traders and businesses will have to display the goods and services tax (GST) registration number on their business sign boards and the registration certificate on the premises.
The composition dealer is required to mention in the business premises along with registration certificate that he is not entitled to collect tax from taxpayers.
“Every taxable person is required to display his Goods and Services Taxpayer Identification Number (GSTIN) on name board or sign board of business and is also required to display his registration certificate in business premises so that a citizen can easily find out whether a person is registered or not,” a tax official said.
The GSTIN is a 15-digit number which taxpayers get after registering with the GST Network portal. Initially, a business is given a provisional ID on logging into the portal and within 3 months the business has to complete the registration process by giving details of business. This provisional ID is then converted to GSTIN.

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