In Today’s India young generation is inquisitive and interested in doing work in their own way. The number of youngsters with independent mindset across India has risen leading to the creation of more entrepreneurs rather than job seekers. In addition to this, technology has majorly contributed to the creation of numerous business opportunities. It has made starting up a business and managing it much easier. This blog elaborates on how to start a business in India:
The first and foremost step in prior to starting a business in India is the idea and vision of the line of business. The entrepreneur ought to have a vision whether in the form of simple or detailed business plan with market analysis, projected financial statement, etc. However, a detailed business plan is preferred over the simple plan as it helps the aspiring entrepreneurs to avert mistakes thus, increasing the probability of succeeding in the business. However, if you are on the other side and do not possess any particular business idea then you can put your mind on some research work by taking help of technology through the internet.
If the business activity involves sales of goods or products then VAT Registration or TIN Number is required. It is State specific registration and every state has an exemption limit for the small business from VAT registration. The exemption limit varies from state to state. The same would be required to become a seller on Snapdeal or Flipkart or any other e-commerce portal as well.
TAN Registration is mandatory for tax deduction at source (TDS). Every business at the time of making payment need to adhere to the rules of TDS and has to deduct tax if any required by the rules therein and the deducted amount is to be submitted to the Income tax department on behalf of the person whose tax is deducted.
For all the above tax registration there is a time frame within which the payment of taxes need to be submitted with Government of India and return providing all the details of taxes involved in a particular transaction is to be filed.
In addition to the above tax registration with relevant authorities there are some more licenses and registration is required which is product specific or depends on the type of service rendered. A business need to be registered with ESI department if employees are ten or more in number. PF registration at the same time is a voluntary registration till the number of employees are 20 or more. For detailed assistance on registration & licenses kindly visit setindiabiz.com or seek business advice through our expert business advisors .