E-invoicing and SEZ

Special Economic Zone or SEZ are dedicated geographical regions present in a country, providing businesses with simpler tax and legal compliance. Read all about E-invoicing and SEZ here

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Received an E-Invoice? 9 Questions to Consider First

The e-invoice received from the suppliers will have the extra-information related to IRN. Hence, the recipients now need to verify the same and keep it for records.

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E-invoicing for E-commerce Operators

E-commerce operators are allowed to generate IRN on behalf of a supplier. Read all the details about e-invoicing for e-commerce operators here in detail.

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Is Reverse Charge Transaction covered under E-invoicing?

E-invoicing starts in a month and the onus of creating invoices and getting them registered on the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) lies on the Supplier.

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E-invoicing and B2C Transactions – QR Code

Understanding E-invoicing and QR code generation for B2C transactions made easy! Also read, all about QR Codes in case of B2C invoices and transactions.

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E-invoicing and E-way Bill: Generating E-way Bill using IRP

Read how you can to generatean E-way Bill using the IRP. Conditions for generation E-way Bill, cancellation process | E-invoicing and E-way Bill

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E-invoice API Specification: Versions and Updates

E-invoice New API Specification has been released today in line with the updated e-Invoice standard fields released early Feb 2020.

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E-Invoice Schema and E-Invoice Framework – Complete Guide

E-invoicing model has been adopted by many countries globally with varying implementation models. The Indian adoption consists of following components.

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5 Key Areas You Need to Plan for an Effective E-Invoicing Implementation

The GST Council in its last meeting pushed the e-invoicing mandate to 1st Oct 2020. Here are 5 key areas which need to be strategized considering the overall impact of e-invoicing on current practices, cost and efforts.

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E-invoicing-Will it Simplify or Complicate your Purchase Cycle?

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.

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All You need to Know About E-invoice under GST

Starting April 2020, the eInvoicing mechanism shall be made mandatory for certain category taxpayers, based on their aggregate turnover.

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E-invoicing Notifications -E-Invoicing System to GO-LIVE from 1st October, 2020

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.

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