Under the GST provisions, an E-Way Bill (EWB) is required when goods valuing more than INR 50,000 are transported (intra-state/inter-state). This EWB is generally generated by the supplier of goods or the transporter. However, there can be conditions when the customer may have to generate the EWB. In this article, we will explain: Circumstances When … Read moreHow Can Customers Generate E-Way Bills?
E-Way Bill (EWB) was introduced in 2018 under the GST regime to facilitate seamless movement of goods. Under the EWB provisions, when goods valuing more than INR 50,000 are transported (inter-state/intra-state), the transporter has to mandatorily carry a copy of the EWB in most of the cases. The main intention of introducing the concept of … Read moreForm GST EWB-04
Under the GST regime, the E-Way Bill or Electronic-Way bill is a document that needs to be generated before goods valuing more than INR 50,000 are transported (intrastate and interstate). In other words – under GST, transporters should carry an E-way Bill mandatorily when they are moving goods from one place to another when certain … Read moreImpact Of E-Way Bill On E-Commerce Operators
The Government recently announced that the generation of E-Way Bills (EWB) would be blocked for taxpayers who have defaulted in filing 2 or more GSTR-3B returns, up to the tax period of August 2020 (September 2020 return). Currently, this applies to taxpayers having PAN level, Annual Aggregate Turnover (ATTA) more than INR 5 crores. In … Read moreBlocking/Unblocking of E-Way Bill System
The Manufacturing industry was one of the key beneficiaries with the introduction of GST. The removal of check posts at state borders has reduced the lead time for inward and outward movement of goods. This helped Manufacturers to improve their efficiency. Manufacturing companies generally have factories located in selected locations, and the field/branch offices are … Read moreE-Way Bill For Manufacturers
Under the GST regime, E-Way Bills (EWB) are required for the seamless (inter-state and intra-state) movement of goods. The EWB includes details such as the name of the consignor, consignee, transporter, the point of origin of the goods in the consignment and its destination. These goods can be transported via, water, air, rail or road. … Read moreE-Way Bill For Transportation Of Goods By Waterways
The E-Way Bill (EWB) mechanism was introduced in 2018 to enable the smooth movement of goods for inter-state and intra-state supplies. E-Way Bill is an electronic document generated where there is a supply or return or inward supply of goods from an unregistered person. There are various conditions for generation of E-Way bills. Refer to … Read moreE-Way Bill Requirements For Transportation Of Goods In Knocked-Down Condition
Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) is one of the most important sectors in the Indian market. The FMCG sector operates in non-durable products with short to medium term shelf life which is generally of lower value. Examples include milk and milk products, rice and pulses, vegetables and fruits, soaps and shampoos, perfumes and deodorants, etc. … Read moreImpact Of E-Way Bill On FMCG Sector