GST Rollout From July 1: How To Register Mobile Number With Aadhaar

The government has asked GST applicants and taxpayers to ensure that their mobile numbers are registered Aadhaar for to smoothen the registration process.

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GST Rollout From July 1: How To Register Mobile Number With Aadhaar
The government has asked GST applicants and taxpayers to ensure that their mobile numbers are registered Aadhaar for to smoothen the registration process. The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is all set for July 1 roll out. The government has announced a midnight launch of GST or Goods and Services Tax on June 30. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said President Pranab Mukherjee , Prime Minister Narendra Modi and two of his predecessors, Dr Manmohan Singh and HD Deve Gowda, will be on stage in the central hall of Parliament for the launch.

GST applicants or taxpayers can register their mobile number with Aadhaar by following three simple steps. GST applicant or taxpayer will have to visit the nearest Aadhaar Kendra and register his or her mobile number with the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Upon registration of mobile number with Aadhaar, GST system portal will send One Time Password (OTP) on the registered mobile number using which GST applicants can register on the GST system portal. To locate the nearest Aadhaar Kendra applicants can give a call on 1947 or visit uidai.gov.in and click on ‘locate enrolment center’.
 
Meanwhile, the traders and businessmen will have to migrate to the GST system after it is imposed from July 1. The government has stepped up efforts to educate and inform people how to become compliant for filing and claiming returns from the Goods and Services Tax.

Touted as India's biggest tax reform since Independence, the new indirect tax regime will subsume a variety of central and state levies, such as excise, service tax and VAT or value-added tax. While the government is taking various measures to make the public aware of the new indirect tax regime, the Central Board of Excise and Customs has come out with clarification on transition provisions to address key issues relating to GST.

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