Any business in India whose turnover exceeds the threshold limit for GST registration is required to get registered under GST. In addition, there are also certain businesses which need to mandatorily get registered under GST.
Every taxpayer who has successfully registered under GST is issued a GST Registration Certificate in Form GST REG-06. It contains the GSTIN of the taxpayer, along with other details of the taxpayer’s business. The taxpayer is required to display this certificate at his primary place of business, as well as other additional places of business listed in the Form GST REG-06.
If you are a registered taxpayer, you can also download the certificate from the GST portal. The registration certificate is available for downloading only on the GST Portal, and the government does not issue any physical certificate.
Step 1 – Login to GST Portal.
Step 2 – Go to ‘Services’ > ‘User Services’ > ‘View/ Download Certificate.
Step 3 – Click on the ‘Download’ icon.
The certificate contains all the details of the business. On the first page, basic details like name, address, and date of registration of the business are displayed.
The second page is ‘Annexure A’ which contains details of any additional place of business.
The third page ‘Annexure B’ has information of the person-in-charge of the business.