GSTIN Number Format
All of businesses registered under GST will be assigned a unique Goods and Services Tax Identification Number ( GSTIN ) under GST of India.
- The first two digits of GSTN number will represent the state code as per Indian Census 2011
- The next ten digits will be the PAN number of the taxpayer
- The thirteenth digit will be assigned based on the number of registration within a state
- The fourteenth digit will be Z by default
- The last digit will be for check code
A format of proposed GSTIN has been shown in the image below.
Provisional GSTIN and final GSTIN will be same
GSTIN declaration mandatory for all Importer and Exporters w.e.f 01.07.2017
PAN/GSTIN to be used as IEC code – Importer Exporter Code : DGFT
I am a service provider.
My annual turnover is FAR LESS than Rs. 20.00 lakhs.
As per Sec. 22, I need not obtain the Regn. number.
But my clients, who have computerised their data-base, want me to mention the GSTN in their data-format.
I am threatended that I will loose my clients, due to no fault of mine.
Kindly advise me, what should I do to tide over this hassle.
What are Govt. guidelines in such cases.
Does the Govt. want small and tiny service providers to fall in line with farmers.
Chartered Engineer, Hyderabad
I want purchase a car on my partner ship firm name , can under GST , ITC on car be adjusted with Out put GST of my partnership firm