As per section 29 of the CGST Act at the time of cancellation of registration, the taxpayer has to reduce the input tax credit claimed at rate of 5% per quarter on the capital goods, plant, and machinery.
In section 4( B ) of GSTR – 3B, input tax credit availed at the time of inward supply being reversed on account of using the same inputs used for taxable supplies and exempted supplies. Reversal of such input tax credit has to be done for both the inputs and the capital goods. Input tax credit reversed for any other reasons issue of free goods or used for employee purpose or used for non-business purpose.
As per Composition Rules, the person who wants to pay tax under Composition Scheme has to file FORM GST ITC-3 for within 60 days to identify and pay the amount of ITC to be reversed on the closing stock of finished goods, capital goods or inputs, semi-finished goods on which input tax credit has bee availed.
As per the Draft Input Tax Credit Rules, input tax credit on capital goods is allowed if the same are used exclusively for the supply of taxable goods including zero-rated goods. If they are used partially for the exempted goods and taxable goods, then ITC has to be taken the basis of Rule 8.
Table 11 of GSTR – 2 will show the invoices for which input tax credit has been taken partially in the previous returns. This is for capital goods where 100% credit is not available like telecom towers, pipe lines or in banking, financial institution or non-banking financial company. The balance credit is auto-populated based on the tax invoice number selected.