1. Yes, the e-way bill is required to be generated even in case of movement of goods within 10 km.

    Yes, the e-way bill is required to be generated even in case of movement of goods within 10 km.

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    The generation of the E-way bill is necessary where there is movement or motion of goods and products which are worth more than Rs. 50,000. When any goods or products are moved from one place to another, within India except if the movement of goods in within Delhi, E-way bill is required.

    The generation of the E-way bill is necessary where there is movement or motion of goods and products which are worth more than Rs. 50,000. When any goods or products are moved from one place to another, within India except if the movement of goods in within Delhi, E-way bill is required.

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  3. The E-way Bill print is not mandatory to carry with transportation vehicle, since it is online generated electronic documents. A reference of E way bill may be mentioned on the Tax Invoice.

    The E-way Bill print is not mandatory to carry with transportation vehicle, since it is online generated electronic documents. A reference of E way bill may be mentioned on the Tax Invoice.

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  4. According to the latest Updates, the CBIC has notified that e-invoicing will be applicable from 1st April 2021 for businesses with a turnover of more than Rs. 50 crores (in any financial year from FY 2017-18 onwards).

    According to the latest Updates, the CBIC has notified that e-invoicing will be applicable from 1st April 2021 for businesses with a turnover of more than Rs. 50 crores (in any financial year from FY 2017-18 onwards).

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  5. E-invoicing is applicable to the export transactions to automate the refund mechanism to exporters under the following cases: Refund of the unutilised input tax credit on the exports made without payment of tax. Refund on the exports services provided with payment of tax. Refund of unutilised ITC wiRead more

    E-invoicing is applicable to the export transactions to automate the refund mechanism to exporters under the following cases:

    Refund of the unutilised input tax credit on the exports made without payment of tax.
    Refund on the exports services provided with payment of tax.
    Refund of unutilised ITC with regards to sales made to SEZ Unit/SEZ Developer without the payment of tax
    Refund of tax payment on supplies made to the SEZ Unit/SEZ Developer.
    Refund to the supplier/recipient of taxes paid on the account of deemed export supplies. Some of the examples of deemed exports are supplies made to the export-oriented units, United Nations, mega power projects/nuclear projects through competitive bidding.

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  6. Taxpayers with turnover more than Rs.50 crore must comply with e-invoicing complying from 1st April 2021.

    Taxpayers with turnover more than Rs.50 crore must comply with e-invoicing complying from 1st April 2021.

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  7. Yes, As per the guidelines, every registered regular taxpayer has to furnish the GST returns on a monthly basis, and pay the requisite tax by the due date for payment of GST – 20th of every month.

    Yes, As per the guidelines, every registered regular taxpayer has to furnish the GST returns on a monthly basis, and pay the requisite tax by the due date for payment of GST – 20th of every month.

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  8. Sometimes, Fast, easy and very popular, scanning QR codes is clearly a convenient way to stay informed anytime, anywhere. But the downside is that you don’t really know the content of a QR code until you scan it. For this very reason you must be careful when scanning one, as your mobile security migRead more

    Sometimes, Fast, easy and very popular, scanning QR codes is clearly a convenient way to stay informed anytime, anywhere. But the downside is that you don’t really know the content of a QR code until you scan it. For this very reason you must be careful when scanning one, as your mobile security might be at risk.

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  9. If there is a mistake, incorrect or wrong entry in the e-invoice, it cannot be edited or corrected. The only option is to cancel that invoice/IRN and upload a new invoice (with a new number) and generate a fresh IRN.

    If there is a mistake, incorrect or wrong entry in the e-invoice, it cannot be edited or corrected. The only option is to cancel that invoice/IRN and upload a new invoice (with a new number) and generate a fresh IRN.

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  10. Normally, E-way bill is generated by the Registered Person but, there is an option on E-way Bill system where even a person who does not have GST No. can generate E-way Bill.

    Normally, E-way bill is generated by the Registered Person but, there is an option on E-way Bill system where even a person who does not have GST No. can generate E-way Bill.

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