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How To Register For E-Invoicing?

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 soon.

In this article, we will discuss about:

E-Invoicing Eligibility Check

Taxpayers can check their eligibility for e-Invoicing on the government portal or through Masters India’s ‘E-invoice status of GSTIN’ tool.

To check the status through the Government Portal, you can visit –  https://einvoice1-trial.nic.in/Others/EinvEnabled

Here, add the GSTIN and captcha. Click on ‘Go’ to proceed.

E-Invoicing Eligibility Check

The e-Invoicing status will be then displayed.

GSTIN Details

To check the e-Invoicing status without captcha and with a single click, you can use Masters India’s ‘E-Invoice Status Of GSTIN’ tool here – https://www.mastersindia.co/e-invoice-status-gstin/

Here, all you have to do is, add the GSTIN and click on ‘Search’.

E-Invoice Status of GSTIN

With a single click, the e-Invoicing status of the entered GSTIN will be displayed.

E-Invoice Status of GSTIN

Where To Register For E-Invoicing?

GST registered taxpayers who have to generate IRN (businesses with turnover more than INR 100 crores in any financial year since 2017-18) can register for e-Invoicing on the trial portal with their GSTIN. On the other hand, if a taxpayer is already registered on the e-Way bill portal, he/she can use the EWB login credentials for logging in to the e-Invoice portal. In other words, such taxpayers do not have to re-register on the e-Invoice portal.

Note:

Irrespective of the annual turnover, e-Invoicing is not applicable to the following Taxpayers:

  • Insurers, Banking company or a financial institution, including an NBFC,
  • Registered person supplying passenger transportation services,
  • Goods Transport Agency (GTA),
  • Registered person supplying services by way of admission to the exhibition of cinematographic films in multiplex screens,
  • An SEZ unit.

How To Register For E-Invoicing?

Step 1: Visit https://einvoice1-trial.nic.in/

Step 2: Here, under ‘Registration’, select ‘e-Invoice Enablement’.

Register For E-Invoicing

Alternatively, you can directly click on this link to open the registration form: https://einvoice1-trial.nic.in/Home/UserRegistration

Note:

  • If you are already registered on the e-Way Bill portal, you can use the same credentials on the e-invoice portal. Click on ‘Login’ and proceed.
  • If you are not registered on the e-Way Bill portal, you have to have a valid GSTIN, and your mobile number should be registered with the GSTN.

Step 3:

Enter the GSTIN for which e-Invoicing should be enabled and punch in the captcha code Click on ‘Go’ to proceed.

e-invoice registration form

Once this request is submitted, an e-invoice registration form will be displayed. In this form, GSTIN details will be auto-populated.

Step 4:

Verify the details in the e-Invoice registration form and click on ‘Send OTP’. This OTP will be sent to the mobile number registered with the GSTN.

Step 5:

Once the OTP is successfully verified, enter a username of your choice and then set a secure password. Click on ‘Save’ to implement the changes.

The saved username and password can be used to log into the e-Invoice system.

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