CBIC Offers “One-time Opportunity” to Apply for Revocation of Cancellation of GST Registration by July 22, 2019

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CBIC Offers “One-time Opportunity” to Apply for Revocation of Cancellation of GST Registration by July 22, 2019]

In a welcome announcement, finally the revenue department finally has allowed businesses whose GST registration has been cancelled due to non-filing of tax returns to apply for its revocation by July 22, provided they file their pending returns and pay due taxes.
In a letter to field offices, the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) said:
It is providing a “one-time opportunity” to apply for revocation of cancellation of GST registration by July 22, 2019, for those entities for whose cancellation order has been passed up to March 31, 2019.
The cases where the registration has been cancelled with effect from the date of the order, all returns due till the date of such cancellation are required to be furnished before the revocation application is filed.
In cases where the registration has been cancelled with retrospective effect, the CBIC has allowed filing of revocation application, subject to the condition that all returns relating to the period from the effective date of cancellation till the date of revocation order will be filed within a period of 30 days from the date of the revocation order.
CBIC is getting Strict on Non-compliance.
The CBIC officers have recently cancelled a large number of registrations on account of non-compliance, including non-filing of returns.
In April, the CBIC had asked its field officers to be cautious while processing the application for fresh GST registration by those businesses whose earlier registration has been cancelled due to non-compliance, as it sought to crack down on tax evaders.
The CBIC missive came after taxmen noticed that businesses whose registration has been cancelled continue to operate without any registration and are not applying for revocation and are instead applying for fresh registration, so as to evade taxes which were due under earlier registration. About 1.2 crore businesses are registered under Goods and Services Tax (GST), which was rolled out on July 1, 2017.
It is believed that the present opportunity is going to benefit various MSME sector taxpayers who unknowingly stepped out.

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