The Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) introduced e-Invoicing for certain Taxpayers with effect from 01 October 2020 and has been gradually onboarding Taxpayers on the e-Invoicing portal. Currently, e-Invoicing has been enabled for Taxpayers with turnover between INR 50-100 crores. The GSTN has also provided Taxpayers with offline tools for e-Invoicing (including bulk e-Invoicing). … Read moreHow Can You Decide Which Type Of E-Invoicing Integration To Opt For?
As part of the Central Government’s initiative of introducing e-Invoicing under GST, a separate Portal was set up for all activities related to e-Invoicing. In this article, we will discuss in brief the e-Invoice Portal and other complementing Portals. Which Are The Different e-Invoice Portals And For What Are They Used? Trial e-Invoice Portal – … Read moreeinvoice1-gst.gov.in – First Invoice Registration Portal
The GST network is gearing up to onboard more Taxpayers on the GST e-Invoicing portal – the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP). You can read more about the IRP here. Every eligible Taxpayer has to create a user ID on the IRP to generate e-Invoices. However, it may not be possible for one user to create … Read moreUser Management On IRP For GST E-Invoicing – How To Create & Manage Users On IRP?
We have discussed the process to generate e-invoices and IRN separately in various articles. In this article, we will talk about the workflow of the e-Invoicing system from its starting point. The overall flow of e-Invoice generation can be divided into two major parts: Part A: Data Flow From The Business To The Invoice Registration … Read moreStep-By-Step Process to Generate An e-Invoice/IRN
GSTR-1 is a summary of outward supplies and can be filed monthly/quarterly. This return essentially shows all of the sale/outward transactions carried out by a business. With the introduction of e-Invoicing, data sharing between the Government portals is enabled. In other words, the details that are submitted by the business/taxpayer to the Invoice Registration Portal … Read moreHow To Edit E-Invoice Data In GSTR-1?
E-Invoicing was mandated in India for the first time on 1 October 2020. The first rollout was for businesses with an annual turnover of more than INR 500 crores. From 1 January 2021, businesses with an annual turnover of more than INR 100 crores had to implement the e-Invoicing mechanism. As per a recent Government … Read moreHow Will Recipients Receive E-Invoices From Their Suppliers?
E-Invoicing was introduced in batches from 1 October 2020. Under the new invoicing system, the responsibility of invoice creation and registration of the same with the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) is that of the Supplier. In other words, the Supplier who collects GST from the recipient/buyer has to generate the IRN and add the Dynamic … Read moreE-Invoicing For Reverse Charge Transactions
Taxpayers who have an annual aggregate turnover of above INR 100 crores in any financial year since 2017-18 have to implement the e-Invoicing mechanism mandatorily for their B2B invoices. Furthermore, for taxpayers having turnover between INR 50-100 crores, Sandbox testing has been enabled. That means this bracket of taxpayers will also have to implement e-Invoicing … Read moreHow To Register For E-Invoicing?