Vishesh Bhagat 31 December 2018
I am engaged in providing small services like plumber, electrician etc. through an mobile application.
a customer who needs an electrician, plumber etc. can book through the application.
I have a contract with a contractor who will be sending his workers to customer's premises and I will charge commission in this supply.
Am I laible to register as e-commerce operator or can I take normal registration?
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Sumit Sarswat (Student) 31 December 2018
All the traders/dealers selling goods/services online would need to get registered under GST even if their turnover is less than 20 Lakhs for claiming the tax deducted by aggregators.
E-commerce aggregators are responsible under the GST law for collecting and depositing tax at the rate of 1% from each transaction. Any dealers/traders selling goods/services online would get the payment after deduction of 1% tax.
Scott78 (Others) 21 August 2019
If you want to grow your business then mobile marketing will help you very effectively to tap new marketplaces very easily. If you have very low budget for the startup then I would highly recommend using the app for DIY text message marketing for car dealerships. It is very effective and I am highly satisfied with the results gained through it.
Perez Rebecca (Computer Science) 01 October 2019
Yes, YOU CAN do plenty of business through apps like MYTM powered by https://xintsolutions.com/.
Its very helpful out there you can book tickets go socializing under one app.