Change mobile number or email on GST Portal

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By Sakshi Shah on March 25, 2019

GST Registration means allotment of a GST Number or GSTIN to the taxpayer who is liable to collect and pay tax to the government after claiming the credit of the taxes paid on purchases. In many cases, the taxpayer might want to change registration details on the GST Portal. This is called Amendment of Registration under GST.

To make any change or amendment in the details submitted during the GST(Goods and Service Tax) Registration, the taxpayer needs to identify whether it is a change in the Core Field or Non-Core Field.

What details can be changed after GST Registration?

Mobile number or email address is a Non-Core Field and can be amended from the taxpayer’s account on the GST Portal.

Follow these steps to change registered Mobile Number and Email using GST Portal :

Step 1: Log in to your account on the GST Portal

Step 2: Go to Services > Registration > Amendment of Registration Non-Core Fields

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Step 3: The application form is displayed with both core and non-core fields. The non-fields that can be amended are shown in an editable form

Step 4: Select the tab Promoter/Partner or Authorized Signatory and make the required changes

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Step 5: Click on the verification tab, select the authorized signatory, enter the place and sign the application using DSC, E-sign or EVC

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Step 6: A success message is displayed and copy of acknowledgement is sent to the earlier registered email and mobile

Step 7: The new mobile or email is auto-populated since it does not require approval from the tax officer

Step 8: If the application is left midway, it would be auto-saved. To access the saved application, go to Services > User Services > My Saved Applications

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