GST Practitioner Benefits, Eligibility & Qualification
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- Last Updated on 25 June, 2021
Who is a GST Practitioner?
GST Practitioner is a kind of consultant who provides services to other taxpayers through online mode. A GST Practitioner must be registered on GSTN Portal and must have gained a certificate by going through an application procedure before he can start his or her practice.
Benefits of being a GST Practitioner:
- He can view complete list of taxpayers who are engaged in your account.
- He can furnish details of inward and outward supplies.
- He can furnish the monthly, quarterly, and annual return on behalf his taxpayer client.
- He can make a deposit for credit into the electronic cash ledger.
- He can file an application for his claim for refund.
- He can even file an application for amendments or cancellation of his registration.
- He is also enabled to make changes in the profile of his taxpayer client like place of his business, his contact details, his other business information. However, a GST practitioner can only save such information and cannot submit it. He must tell his client to submit the information as he has furnished it.
- He can also help his client to generate an e-waybill for various movement of his goods.
- He is also able to help his client in issuance of tax invoices, delivery challan, a procedure for GST registration, cancellation, and any GST Updates.
- He is enabled to accept or reject the application as a consultant from fellow taxpayer.
GST Practitioner Eligibility:
- Primarily, he must be a citizen of India.
- He must possess a sound mind.
- He must be an individual who is not adjudged as insolvent.
- He must not have been convicted at any time by a competent court for any offense which may have resulted into his imprisonment for more than two years of period.
Other GST Practitioner qualification requirements are–
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