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  1. One can send an invoice for payment either through physical ways or online. However, most common way to send invoice these days is via E-mail. One can write an emal providing details regarding product and services and briefing about amount along with an invoice as an attachment.

    One can send an invoice for payment either through physical ways or online. However, most common way to send invoice these days is via E-mail. One can write an emal providing details regarding product and services and briefing about amount along with an invoice as an attachment.

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  1. The formula for removing GST amount: Remove GST: GST Amount = Original Cost – [Original Cost x {100/(100+GST%)}] Net Price = Original Cost – GST Amount.

    The formula for removing GST amount:
    Remove GST: GST Amount = Original Cost – [Original Cost x {100/(100+GST%)}] Net Price = Original Cost – GST Amount.

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  1. The IRP will generate a QR code containing the unique IRN (hash) along with some important parameters of invoice and digital signature. A hash generation algorithm is a function that converts a message or a string consisting of characters (alphabets + numbers + certain special characters) into a serRead more

    The IRP will generate a QR code containing the unique IRN (hash) along with some important parameters of invoice and digital signature.

    A hash generation algorithm is a function that converts a message or a string consisting of characters (alphabets + numbers + certain special characters) into a series of numbers such that the resulting numbers cannot indicate the original message. The GSTN will prescribe this algorithm as part of the e-invoicing standard.

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  1. The government released a QR code verifying app which can be used to verify the authenticity of an e-invoice. A QR code contains important invoice details such as the GSTIN of the supplier and buyer, invoice number, date of invoice generation, invoice value, HSN code, unique invoice reference numberRead more

    The government released a QR code verifying app which can be used to verify the authenticity of an e-invoice.
    A QR code contains important invoice details such as the GSTIN of the supplier and buyer, invoice number, date of invoice generation, invoice value, HSN code, unique invoice reference number and the digital signature of IRP. A taxpayer, as well as a tax officer, can validate the details of an invoice through the QR code. There are two ways to verify an e-invoice on the QR code offline app:
    1. Scanning the QR code
    2. Uploading the JSON

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