Yes, you can withdraw from the Composition Levy at any time of the financial year for the following reasons:
The application to withdraw from the Composition levy is required to be filed within 7 days from the date when taxpayer fails to satisfy any condition of Section 10 of CGST/ SGST Act or rules made thereunder.
To withdraw from Composition levy, you are required to fill the Form GST CMP-04.
You do not need any approval from State or Centre Tax Authorities to withdraw from the Composition levy. Once the application to withdraw from the Composition levy is filed, application is auto approved immediately and you are opted out of the Composition levy.
Yes, it is mandatory to file a Stock Intimation. After filing the application to withdraw from the Composition levy, you are required to file statement in FORM GST ITC-01 containing details of the stock of inputs and inputs contained in semi-finished or finished goods held in stock by you on the date on which the option is withdrawn or denied, within a period of thirty days from the date from which the option is withdraw.
The application for Withdraw from the Composition Levy can be signed using DSC or authenticated using Electronic Verification Code (EVC).
On successfully signing the application, the success message is displayed. You will receive an acknowledgement with an Application Reference Number (ARN), within 15 minutes of successful submission of your application, on your registered e-mail address and mobile phone number.
It is important to note that if you withdraw from Composition Levy for any of your GSTINs, you will automatically be removed from Composition Levy for all the GSTINs linked to the same PAN.
Yes, based on your reason for withdrawal, you can withdraw from the Composition Levy on a past (or future date).
In case of withdrawal from composition levy, you will have to file Form GST ITC-01 for intimation of stock details.