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How To Register For E-Invoicing?

How to register for E invoice?

E invoice meaning is an invoice that is issued, transmitted, received, processed and stored electronically using specific document formats. 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 e 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 e billing 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 e-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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