CA Hunny Badlani 26 Jun 2021
CA Naman Maloo 27 Jun 2021
I they will be paying you as professional fees and not salary, GST Registration would be required.
Further, if the consideration would be in convertible foreign exchange, you can file LUT under GST and supply these services without payment of GST.
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CA Hunny Badlani
Yes it would be required.
CA Mehul Aggarwal 27 Jun 2021
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Hi, since you're involved in export of services, you can claim GST exemption. However, a GST registration and GST return filing will be required as per the provisions of the GST act. For more information, you may get in touch with us at +91 9811 896 771
CA Aditya Dhanuka 7 Jul 2021
In reference to your query, please note that the requirement of GST registration and compliance is based on turnover.
In case of persons providing services, they need to register if their aggregate turnover exceeds Rs.20 lakh (for normal category states) and Rs.10 lakh (for special category states).
Since your aggregate turnover exceeds Rs. 20 Lakhs, you would be liable for registration under GST.
Your case seems to be fitting in and satisfying the criteria of export of service, and hence based on the information provided, you are hence not liable to pay GST.
However, this value would need to be included in computing your limit for registration, which is exceeding 20 Lakhs.
Therefore, though you would not be charging any GST, however you must take registration.
Please advise in case of any other clarification.
Thanks & Regards,
CA Aditya Dhanuka.