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Compounding of offence means paying off monetary compensation instead of undergoing prosecution. It is a kind of settlement between the taxpayer and the department to avoid criminal proceedings. It leads to the dropping of prosecution proceedings and further no penalty can be charged for the same offence.
Step 1: Log in to the GST portal and navigate to Dashboard> Services> User services> My Applications.
Step 2: On the ‘My Applications’ page, select the application type as ‘Compounding Application’ and then click on the ‘New Application’ button.
The ‘Compounding Application’ page will be displayed.
Provide details in the following fields:
If ‘yes’: Enter the prosecution notice number and click on the search button. The prosecution details at 2, 3 and 4 will get auto-populated. Skip to point 5.
If ‘no’: Provide the order reference number in ‘Any other order against which prosecution is contemplated?’. Here, the taxpayer needs to fill in the details.
Select the one or more of the applicable cases as given in the above screenshot.
Enter the amount under respective major and minor heads.
Enter the ‘From’ and ‘To’ dates.
Select ‘Yes’ or ‘No’. If yes, proceed to point 6, but if ‘no’, then provide details of previous cases in 250 characters and then proceed.
Select ‘Yes’ or ‘No’. If yes, provide details of previous cases in 250 characters and then proceed. If not, then proceed to upload documents.
This is an optional field. If required, an applicant can upload a supporting document.
Select the checkbox and enter verification details. Select the name of the authorised signatory and place.
Step 4: Click on the preview button to preview the application in Form GST CPD-01 and then click proceed to file. A warning message will pop up. Click on proceed to file.
Step 5: Submit with DSC or EVC.
An application reference number is generated as follows:
The prosecution is instituted: When an order for initiation of prosecution has been issued against the taxpayer.
The prosecution is contemplated: When the taxpayer is voluntarily filing this application for Compounding of Offence.
The taxpayer’s dashboard gets updated with the record of filed applications.
Status of application changes to ‘Compounding Application Submitted’
The application will now show up in the concerned authority’s queue for subsequent action to be taken.
The dashboard of the taxpayer and tax official gets updated with the record of the issued order.
Status of the ARN changes to :
The general process is as follows:
Yes, in case of apparent error, a taxpayer can file a rectification request within three months of the order.