The term ‘reconciliation’ means to compare two sets of data entries to identify any mismatches or variances. The data sets are of the same origin but come from different sources. It is a practice for correcting errors in the process.
As a concept, e-invoicing has many advantages to offer to all the participants – suppliers, recipients and the Government. It also opens up avenues to provide value-added solutions and services by using the highly standard, processable and recent invoice data.
Know all about the law around MCA Struck-Off Companies, Section 248 (5) of the Companies Act 2013, Section 560 of the Companies Act, 1956 and the new Disclosure Requirement for Struck-off Companies for FY 2021-2022.
To start generating e-invoices, there are certain preparatory activities. Organizations can get started with these in parallel to getting their internal system and processes ready for e-invoices. In this article, we share all the important tasks that one needs to undertake before starting their e-invoicing journey.
On 13th Dec 2019, Government notified the e-invoicing rules, its applicability and date from when the notified rules will be effective. In all there were 5 notifications and a summary of notifications.
Union Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman announced the official budget for 2022 on 1st February. Some major decisions have been made for healthcare, infrastructure development, tech-enabled development, and several decisions under the PM Gati Shakti scheme. Announcements have also been made regarding the digital economy, bitcoin, and climate actions. Read them in detail here!
GST Notification 39 and GST Notification 40 issued during the end of Dec 2021, specify the rules for claiming Input Tax Credit with effect from 1st Jan 2022. The rules state that ITC on a provisional basis cannot be claimed henceforth. Here’s what you can do to define your ITC strategy for 2022 for availing maximum ITC claim.