Composition Scheme Rules under GST provide for all the procedural compliance w.r.t. intimation for Composition Scheme, effective date for levy, conditions and restrictions on levy, validity of levy and rate of tax.

Intimation for Composition Levy

Any person being granted registration on a provisional basis and who opts for Composition Levy shall file an intimation in FORM GST CMP-01, duly signed, before or within 30 days of appointed date. If intimation is filed after the appointed day, the registered person:

a) Will not collect taxes

b)  Issue bill of supply for supplies

For fresh registration under the scheme, intimation in FORM GST REG- 01 must be filed. Every composition scheme holder must fulfill following yearly compliance:

a) Intimation in FORM GST CMP- 02 for exercise option

b) Statement in FORM GST ITC- 3 for details of ITC relating to inputs lying in stock, inputs contained in semi-finished or finished goods within 60 days of commencement of the relevant financial year

Any person who files an intimation in FORM GST CMP-01, must also file FORM GST CMP- 03 within 60 days of exercise of option:

a) Details of stock

b) Inward supply of goods received from unregistered persons held by him on the date preceding the day of exercise of option

Any intimation filed in FORM GST CMP-01 or FORM GST CMP- 02 will be deemed to have been filed for all the places of business having the same registered PAN.

Effective date for composition levy

a) The option to pay tax under Composition Scheme shall be effective:

  • Appointed date where FORM GST CMP-01 is filed
  • Beginning of the financial year where FORM GST CMP- 02 is filed

b) The intimation filed in FORM GST REG- 01 shall be considered only after grant of registration to the applicant.

Option to pay tax under Composition Scheme shall be effective from:

  • where the application for registration has been submitted within thirty        days from the day he becomes liable for registration, such date.
  • If above condition is satisfied, the effective date of registration shall be      the date of grant of registration.

Conditions and Restrictions for Composition Levy

  1. The person opting for the scheme must neither be a casual taxable person nor a non-resident taxable person.
  2. The goods held by him in stock on the appointed date must not be purchased from a place outside his state. The goods should therefore not be classified as:
  • Inter- state purchase
  • Imported Goods
  • Branch situated outside the State
  • Agents or Principal situated outside the State

3. Where the taxpayers deals with unregistered person, tax must be paid or no stock must be held

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5. Mandatory display on invoices of the words ” composition taxable person, not eligible to collect tax on supplies”

6. Mandatory display of the words “Composition Taxable Person” on every notice and signboard displayed at a prominent place.Composition Scheme Rules under GST7. He is not a manufacturer of such goods as may be notified by the Government during the preceding financial year

  • Validity of Composition Levy

    It depends on fulfillment of conditions (discussed above), however an eligible person for scheme may also opt out of the scheme by filing an application. In case Proper Officer has reasons to believe that taxpayer is not eligible for scheme or contravened any Rules or ACT, he may issue show cause notice followed by an order denying the entailment of scheme.
    Composition Scheme Rules under GST

    Rate of Tax

    The rate of tax prescribed for different categories of registered persons have been described below:

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    Composition Scheme Rules under GST- Compliance

    Composition Scheme Rules under GST provides for submission of different forms meant for respective purposes followed by due date for submission of such forms, which are as follows:

    Composition Scheme Rules under GSTAll the above mentioned forms must be duly signed and filed electronically on Common Portal, either directly or through a Facilitation Centre notified by the Commissioner.

Composition Scheme Rules under GST have been targeted to be strict and crisp for the persons availing the Composition Scheme.

To know more about Composition Scheme, its benefits and drawbacks, and Transition Provisions for your business, do read through our other articles.

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