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Chanderjit Bakshi
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  1. 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 Install the QR code verifying app by following these steps: >Visit https://einvoiceRead more

    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

    Install the QR code verifying app by following these steps:

    >Visit https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in/Others/QRCodeVerifyApp.

    >Users should select the type of operating system on their mobile device, whether Android or IOS.

    >Enter the mobile number and click on ‘Submit’. The user will receive an OTP on the entered mobile number.

    >Enter the OTP and verify the same.

    >On successful validation, the e-invoice system will send a QR code. Verify the App APK to the registered mobile number. A user can download this app and install the APK and verify the QR code.

    After installing the APK, click on the “verify QR code” button on the app.Scan the QR code on the invoice to get the invoice details

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Chanderjit Bakshi
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  1. The registered person needs to follow the below steps for obtaining registration on the invoice registration portal (e-invoice portal) STEP 1 – Go to the e-invoice website i.e. https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in/. STEP 2 – Go to ‘Registration’ and select ‘Portal Login’ from the drop-down list. STEP 3 – EnRead more

    The registered person needs to follow the below steps for obtaining registration on the invoice registration portal (e-invoice portal)

    STEP 1 – Go to the e-invoice website i.e. https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in/.

    STEP 2 – Go to ‘Registration’ and select ‘Portal Login’ from the drop-down list.

    STEP 3 – Enter appropriate GSTIN.

    STEP 4 – Enter the characters shown in the image.

    STEP 5 – Click ‘Go’.

    STEP 6 – Following details, as per the GST portal, will be displayed-

    Applicant’s Name;
    Trade Name;
    Address Line 1 and Line 2;
    City;
    PIN;
    State;
    Registered Mail ID; and
    Registered Mobile number.

    STEP 7 – Verify all the above details and click ‘Send OTP’.

    STEP 8 – OTP will be received on the registered mobile number. Enter the OTP so received and click ‘Verify OTP’.

    STEP 9 – Once the OTP is successfully verified. The applicant will have to select and enter ‘User name’; ‘Password’ and ‘Re-enter Password’.

    STEP 10 – Click ‘Save’.

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Chanderjit Bakshi
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  1. Tax under reverse charge can be paid through cash only without availing the benefit of ITC. The supplier must mention in his tax invoice whether the tax is payable on reverse charge. Self-invoicing is to be done when you have purchased from an unregistered supplier AND such purchase of goods or servRead more

    Tax under reverse charge can be paid through cash only without availing the benefit of ITC. The supplier must mention in his tax invoice whether the tax is payable on reverse charge.
    Self-invoicing is to be done when you have purchased from an unregistered supplier AND such purchase of goods or services falls under reverse charge.

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  1. GST payments process mostly remains the same for all the taxpayers under GST. GST payments can be made either online or offline. Online payments Modes: >Net banking >Debit card/credit card Tax payable will be the amount that needs to be paid in cash after the offset of the input tax credit avaRead more

    GST payments process mostly remains the same for all the taxpayers under GST. GST payments can be made either online or offline.

    Online payments Modes:
    >Net banking
    >Debit card/credit card

    Tax payable will be the amount that needs to be paid in cash after the offset of the input tax credit availed.
    It must generate a GST challan either before or after logging into the GST portal or while filing the GST return.
    Taxpayer must choose the bank and make payment online using a card or net banking instantly.
    If there is a sufficient cash balance in the electronic cash ledger, then payment is not required however, if there is no sufficient cash balance, then the taxpayer must use a challan for depositing money into the cash ledger, using prescribed modes of payment.

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