GST Settlement of Fund Rule – 4 (Report of Cross-Utilisation and Apportionment of Integrated Tax between Centre (Integrated Tax) and State (State Tax) or Central (Integrated Tax) and Centre (Union Territory Tax)) [Updated 2019]

GST Settlement of Fund Rule – 4 (Report of Cross-Utilisation and Apportionment of Integrated Tax between Centre (Integrated Tax) and State (State Tax) or Central (Integrated Tax) and Centre (Union Territory Tax))

The details relating to the transfer of funds to be made between Centre (Integrated Tax) and State (State Tax) or Centre (Integrated Tax) and Centre (Union territory Tax) shall be sent by Goods and Services Tax Network to the Authorities, in FORMS GST STL 01.01 to GST STL – 01.12, for each State and Union Territory, as follows—

(a) a monthly Consolidated statement for each State in FORM GST STL – 01.01 containing the details referred to in clause (b) relating to the total amount to be transferred from the Centre (Integrated Tax) to the State (State Tax) or the Centre (Union Territory Tax), or vice-versa, on account of cross-utilisation of credit as per section 53 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act and the Goods and Services Tax Act of the concerned State(hereinafter referred to as State Goods and Services Tax Act), section 21 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act and section 18 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, and from the Centre (Integrated Tax) to the State (State Tax) or the Centre (Union Territory Tax) on account of apportionment as provided for in section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act;

(b) the monthly reports containing State-wise details pertaining to the information contained in FORM GST STL – 01.01 are as under—

(i) list of registered persons of the State or Union Territory who have adjusted liability of Integrated Tax from the input tax credit of State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax, as provided under section 53 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act and the State Goods and Services Tax Act, or section 21 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act (including cross utilisation by Input Service Distributor), as the case may be, in FORM GST STL – 01.02.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax paid from the input tax credit of Central Tax and from the input tax credit of State Tax or Union Territory Tax shall be reflected in column 3 of FORMS GST STL 1.01 and 2.01 respectively;

(ii) list of registered persons of the State or Union territory who have adjusted liability of State Tax or Union Territory Tax, as the case may be, from the input tax credit of Integrated Tax, as provided under section 18 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL – 01.03.

Note: The summary of State Tax/Union Territory Tax paid from the input tax credit of the Integrated Tax shall be reflected in column 4 of FORMS GST STL 1.01;

(iii) list of registered persons or unregistered persons who have paid Integrated Tax in the following cases and the said Integrated Tax has to be apportioned as per the provisions of section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act-

(a) list of registered persons of other State or Union Territory who have made outward inter-State supply, including Input Service Distributor distribution, to unregistered persons or units of the concerned State or Union Territory or taxpayers who have made exports or have made supplies to SEZ on payment of tax, including non filers who have Integrated Tax credit available with them , in FORM GST STL – 01.04.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned as State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 5 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(b) list of registered persons of other State or Union Territory who have made inter-State supply to composition taxable person or Non-resident taxpayer or Unique Identification Number holders of the State, in FORM GST STL – 01.05.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned as State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax portion of Integrated Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 6 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(c) list of registered persons of other State or Union Territory who have made inter-State inward supplies for which input tax credit is declared as ineligible as provided for in section 17 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act and State Goods and Services Tax Act and section 21 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, or whose Integrated tax input tax credit has lapsed due to opting into composition scheme as provided for in sub-section (4) of section 18 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act and State Goods and Services Tax Act or whose input tax credit of Integrated tax has lapsed due to cancellation of registration, in FORM GST STL – 01.06.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned as State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 7 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(d) list of unregistered persons who have made imports in the concerned State or Union Territory, under clause (d) of sub-section (1) of section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL – 01.08.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned to State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 9 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(e) list of composition taxpayer or Unique Identification Number holders in a State or Union Territory who have made imports, in FORM GST STL – 01.09.

Note: The summary of Integrated tax to be apportioned to State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 10 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(f) list of registered persons in a State or Union Territory who have made imports, on which input tax credit is declared as ineligible as provided for in section 17 of the Central Goods and Services Tax Act and State Goods and Services Tax Act and section 21 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL – 01.10.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned to State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 11 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(g) list of registered persons in a State or Union Territory who have paid interest on Integrated Tax, in FORM GST STL – 01.12.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned as State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 13 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(iv) the following reports containing GSTIN-wise, State-wise details pertaining to the information contained in FORM GST STL – 01.01 shall also be required to sent once a year—

(a) list of registered persons in a State or Union Territory who have made inter-State inward supplies on which input tax remains unutilised till end of September of the subsequent financial year and thus input tax credit on Integrated Tax paid is not available as per sub- section (4) of section 16 of Central Goods and Services Tax Act and State Goods and Services Tax Act and section 21 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, and the said Integrated Tax paid is to be apportioned under section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL – 01.07.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned to State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 8 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively;

(b) list of registered persons in a State or Union Territory who have made import on which input tax credit remains unutilised till end of September of the subsequent financial year and thus input tax credit on Integrated Tax paid is not available as per sub-section (4) of section 16 of Central Goods and Services Tax Act and State Goods and Services Tax Act and section 21 of the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, and the said Integrated Tax paid is to be apportioned under section 17 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, in FORM GST STL – 01.11.

Note: The summary of Integrated Tax to be apportioned to State Tax or Union Territory Tax and Central Tax from this statement shall be reflected in column 12 of both FORM GST STL 1.01 and FORM GST STL 2.01, respectively.