GST revenue collection for March 2019 is ₹106577 crore. The collection during March, 2019 has been the highest since introduction of GST. The revenue in March, 2018 was ₹92167 crore and the revenue during March, 2019 is a growth of 15.6% over the revenue in the same month last year.
From 1st July 2017, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) tax was introduced in India. GST tax shall be paid by registered GST tax payers in compliance with the provisions of GST Act, 2017.
There are various types of returns under GST Law viz. GSTR-1, GSTR-2, GSTR-3, GSTR-3B, GSTR-4, GSTR-5, GSTR-6, GSTR-7, GSTR-8, GSTR-9, GSTR-10.
In this article, you will come to know the GST tax collection from various GST returns filed since July 1, 2017. The month-wise consolidated figures of Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST), State Goods and Services Tax (SGST), Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) and Cess collected by the Government from first return to last month return is as under:
- August, 2017 GST Revenue Collection: ₹93,590 Crores
- September, 2017 GST Revenue Collection: ₹93,029 Crores
- October, 2017 GST Revenue Collection: ₹95,132 Crores
- November, 2017 GST Revenue Collection: ₹85,931 Crores
- December, 2017 GST Revenue Collection: ₹83,716 Crores
- January, 2018 GST Revenue Collection: ₹88,929 Crores
- February, 2018 GST Revenue Collection: ₹88,047 Crores
- March, 2018 GST Revenue Collection: ₹89,264 Crores
- April, 2018 GST Revenue Collection: ₹1,03,458 Crores
- Total GST Revenue Collection up to date is ₹8,21,096 Crores.
GST Revenue collection for March 2019 recorded Highest Collections in the FY 2018-19
Total Gross GST revenue collected in the month of March, 2019 is ₹106577 crore of which:-
- CGST is ₹20353 crore;
- SGST is ₹27520 crore;
- IGST is ₹50418 crore (including ₹23521 crore collected on imports); and
- Cess is ₹8286 crore (including ₹891 crore collected on imports).
The total number of GSTR-3B Returns filed for the month of February up to 31st March, 2019 is 75.95 lakh.
The total revenue earned by Central Government and the State Governments after regular and provisional settlement in the month of March, 2019 is ₹47614 crore for CGST and ₹51209 crore for the SGST.
The revenue for the last quarter in the year 2018-19 is 14.3% higher than the revenue collected during the same period last year. The monthly average of GST revenue during 2018-19 is ₹98114 crore which is 9.2% higher than FY 2017-18.
GST Revenue Collection by first GST Return filed July 2017
The last date for payment of GST tax for the month of July 2017 was 25th August, 2017 and the last date for filing returns in cases, where the taxpayer wanted to avail transitional credit was 28th August, 2017 and, in all other cases, it was 25th August, 2017.
Did you know? Out of total 72.33 lakh taxpayers, 58.53 lakh taxpayers have completely migrated to the GSTN and 13.80 lakh taxpayers are yet to complete their procedural formalities to migrate to the GSTN. The number of new taxpayers who have registered with the GSTN upto 29th August, 2017 (10 a.m.) is 18.83 lakhs.
First GST Return Summary:
There were 59.57 lakhs GST tax payers were required to file the GST returns for the month of July 2017. However, only 38.38 lakhs GST return were filed as on 29th August, 2017 (10 a.m.) for the month of July 2017. That means only 64.42% of the total number of returns were filed by taxable person registered under GST Act, 2017.
Note that the above figure does not include the taxpayers who have registered with the GSTN in August 2017 and the composition dealers. The registration of large number of assesse under GST will facilitate the effective implementation of GST.
- No. of GST Registered Tax Payers: 59357 Lakhs
- No. of GST return filed For July 2017: 38.38 Lakhs
- Amount of GST tax Collected: ₹92,283 Crore
₹92,283 Crore GST tax were collected up to 29-Aug-2017 at 10:00 a.m. from the GST registered tax payers who have filed their first GST return under different heads. Out of which total CGST revenue is ₹14,894 crore, SGST revenue is ₹22,722 crore, IGST revenue is ₹47,469 crore (of which IGST from imports is ₹20,964 crore) and Cess is ₹7,198 crore (of which ₹599 crore is Compensation Cess from imports).
IGST has been allocated the CGST and the SGST to the extent that the same is used for payment of CGST/SGST. This exercise will be done based on the cross-utilisation report to be received from the GSTN. Exact revenue figures of the Central and the State Governments respectively will be known after this exercise is complete before the end of this month.
Our Finance Minister (FM), Sri Arun Jaitley said that July GST collections of ₹92,000 crore exceeded target. As more people, complete GST Registration formalities and pay GST taxes with the late fee, total receipts could further improve. While the state GST target of ₹43,000 crore and the Union government’s target of ₹48,000 crore as a whole has been achieved, the government is yet to assess if individual states have met their targets.