Update on 10 Nov 2020
Taxpayers with a total turnover of Rs. 100 Cr must use e-invoicing GST Notification 88/2020
Updated on 05 Aug 2020
Version 1.03 E-Invoicing API specification was released for testing in the sandbox on 05 Aug 2020. These changes conform to the updated version of E-Invoicing API specification - Version 1.1. It was released via e-invoicing Notification 60/2020 Central Tax dated 30 Jul 2020. You can find more information on the changes in the new schema on our blog E Invoice LIVE Date: 01/10/2020 - Version 1.1 E Invoice Schema.
Updated 23 Jul 2020
Taxpayers who have a turnover above Rs. 500 cr are required to generate e-invoices. From October 2020, taxpayers with a turnover of Rs. 500 cr and above are required to generate an e-invoice - login to the e-invoice portal.
Updated 14 May 2020
The E-Invoicing API specification Version 1.02 was released on the sandbox on 14 May 2020. Most of the changes to the specification are related to validation and new APIs for Generate EWB from IRN.
Since the introduction of GST in India, GST officials have been more vigilant to find a way to stop tax evasion in India. There have been instances where tax fraudsters were caught using fake invoices to evade taxes and claim additional ITC. This was possible because there was no proper mechanism to deal with this situation at the national level. So, e-invoicing under GST was born! So, e-invoice generation will be combined with ITC Claim. This could lead to lower tax issues not too distant.
India introduces E-Invoicing
The government has an E-invoicing mandate in place to prevent tax evasions. Businesses with a yearly turnover greater than a "yet to be decided" amount will be required to submit a digital statement to either a government portal or the Goods and Services Tax portal site.
To streamline the creation of invoices and reduce the compliance burden, the government established a committee that includes fundamental and state tax officials and the GST Network Chief Executive.
Businesses would be provided with the application, which can be connected to the GST portal site to create an E-invoice to facilitate the assimilation and use of the E-invoice system to GST. Based on the bill's value, the threshold could be increased.
The actual JSON for e-invoicing is more complex and can contain multiple structures. Each parameter may have its own validation rules.
A digital statement will be required by businesses to either create one on a government portal or for the Goods and Services Tax portal.
For every E-invoice generated, businesses will receive an exceptional number if they turnover above the threshold.
This extraordinary number could be matched by all invoices reported in the earnings return and taxes paid.
This is how you create an e-invoice.nic.in and GST payments.
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