The Government of India has made it mandatory for all existing GST taxpayers to authenticate their GST registration using their Aadhaar number. This process will ensure that all GST registrations are linked with the respective Aadhaar numbers of the taxpayers, which will enable the government to identify and track the business transactions of the taxpayers.
The Aadhaar Authentication process for existing GST taxpayers is a simple and convenient process that can be completed online. The process is being implemented by the GST Network, which is the IT backbone of the GST system. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to complete the Aadhaar Authentication process:
The first step in the Aadhaar Authentication process is to login to the GST Portal using your GSTIN (Goods and Services Tax Identification Number) and password. If you are a first-time user, you will need to register on the GST Portal before you can login.
Once you have logged in to the GST Portal, you will need to access the Aadhaar Authentication link. This link can be found under the “Services” tab on the GST Portal’s homepage.
After accessing the Aadhaar Authentication link, you will need to enter your Aadhaar number in the provided space on the GST Portal. Once you have entered your Aadhaar number, click on the “Generate OTP” button.
After clicking on the “Generate OTP” button, an OTP (One-Time Password) will be sent to the mobile number linked with your Aadhaar number. Enter this OTP in the provided space on the GST Portal and click on the “Authenticate Aadhaar” button.
Once you have successfully completed the Aadhaar Authentication process, a confirmation message will be displayed on the GST Portal. You will also receive a confirmation message on your registered mobile number.
It is important to note that the Aadhaar Authentication process needs to be completed before the end of the financial year (31st March). Failing to complete the Aadhaar Authentication process can result in the cancellation of your GST registration.
The Aadhaar Authentication process for existing GST taxpayers is a crucial step towards ensuring the transparency and accountability of business transactions. It is a simple and convenient process that can be completed online. It is important for all existing GST taxpayers to complete the Aadhaar Authentication process before the end of the financial year to avoid any penalties or cancellation of their GST registration.
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