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Introduction: As the financial year 2023-2024 comes to a close, taxpayers with turnover exceeding INR 5 crores are reminded of the mandatory e-Invoicing requirement from 1st April 2024. This advisory aims to guide taxpayers through the process of self-enabling for e-Invoicing to ensure seamless compliance with the new regulations.

Understanding the Requirement: Taxpayers whose turnover surpasses INR 5 crores in the fiscal year 2023-2024 are mandated to adopt e-Invoicing from the next financial year onwards.

Self-Enabling Process: Taxpayers meeting the notification criteria but not yet enabled on the portal can self-enable for e-Invoicing through the designated Invoice Registration Portals (IRPs). These include e-Invoice IRP 3 to e-Invoice IRP 6.

Reporting through NIC IRP 1 & 2: Additionally, taxpayers have the option to report e-Invoices through NIC IRP 1 & 2. Self-enabling for these portals can be done through the provided links, ensuring comprehensive coverage and compliance with e-Invoicing regulations.

Assistance and Support: For any queries or assistance, taxpayers can reach out to the GST Helpdesk at 1800-103-4786 or utilize the Grievance Redressal Portal to log a ticket.

Conclusion: Adhering to the e-Invoicing mandate is essential for taxpayers with turnovers exceeding INR 5 crores, starting from the upcoming financial year. By self-enabling for e-Invoicing through the designated portals or NIC IRPs, taxpayers can ensure seamless compliance with regulatory requirements.


Goods And Service Tax

Advisory: Self Enablement For e-Invoicing


Dear Taxpayers,

1. If your turnover exceeds INR 5 crores in the financial year 2023-2024, you will be required to start e-Invoicing from the next financial year, i.e., from 1st April 2024 onwards

2. For those who meet the notification criteria but have not yet been enabled on the portal, you can self-enable for e-Invoicing by visiting and start reporting through any of the 4 new Invoice Registration Portals (IRPs) – from e-Invoice IRP 3 to e-Invoice IRP 6

3. To report e-Invoices through NIC IRP 1 & 2, taxpayers can self-enable at

  • For any assistance, please feel free to contact us at the GST Helpdesk number 1800-103-4786 or visit the Grievance Redressal Portal at to log a ticket.

Thank You,

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