Before beginning the process, the taxpayer must file all overdue GST returns. If there is non-compliance with the GSTR-3B, GSTR-1, or GST annual return, the late return must be filed before the GST cancellation process can begin.
Step 1: GST cancellation application is submitted using Form GST REG-16 on the common GST portal. The following information must be included in the GST cancellation application.
- Contact address, which includes the mobile number and e-mail address.
- Reason for cancellation.
- The desired date of cancellation.
- Particulars of the value and the tax payable on the stock of inputs, the inputs available in semi-finished goods, inputs available in finished goods, and the stock of capital goods/plant and machinery.
- Particulars of the latest GST return are filed by the taxpayer along with the ARN of the particular return.
Step 2: The GST Officer has to review the application and issue an order cancellation in the Form GST REG-19 within 30 days from the application’s date. The cancellation will be effective from a date determined by the Officer, and he will notify the taxable individual.
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