All You need to Know About E-invoice under GST

E-invoicing has been the biggest and one of the most talked-about changes when it comes to GST in 2020. Read all about E-invoicing and its applicability with following heads/parameters...

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6 Tasks to Complete Before you Start your E-invoicing Journey

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.

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Practical challenges at different stages in e-invoicing

Practical challenges at different stages in e-invoicing. Challenges in the IRN preparation stage, generating IRN stage which also includes e-way bills, and the post IRN stage. Read more…

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E-invoice API: Specifications | Access Mechanism | Versions | 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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Latest Changes In E-invoicing

1st October 2021 marks the one-year completion of e-invoicing in India. Presently, the system adoption rate stands at 80% and is likely to increase even further. However, just like constant GST law changes, e-invoicing is also evolving and is undergoing changes. All the taxpayers that fall under the threshold, need to take note of the changes/updates mentioned in this article.

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E-invoicing in India- a Promising Reality for a Seamless GST Compliance

This new invoicing system is expected to be rolled out on a voluntary basis from January 2020 onwards. More information on the implementation model and final formats are anticipated to be released in the coming weeks.

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JUNE 2019, Newsletter #17

8 Questions to ask before finalizing your next GST software | Simplified GST Return Form’s Prototype Released | IRIS Sapphire: GSTR 9 Updates | GST to implement E-Invoicing Module | 14 Cases Where Input Tax Credit (ITC) cannot be Claimed

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