E-Invoice System

e-Invoicing under GST, is a game changer system. The system involves reporting of the B2B and Export invoices being issued by the taxpayers to their customers, on the government portal and obtaining a unique Invoice Reference Number (IRN). Its a faceless system with major thrust on API integration so that the eco-system can exchange the data electronically. The e-Invoice Portal returns the Signed QR code and Signed invoice back to the taxpayers. The standardized e-invoice format, based on international standard (UBL/PEPPOL), has led to machine readability, enhanced interoperability and uniform interpretation in the entire eco-system.

Invoice Registration Portal

  • Request for IRN Generation by Supplier
  • Supplier Receives IRN, Signed Invoice & QR Code and e-Way Bill (optional)
  • E Invoice shared with GST Department and Transporter
  • Transporter uses IRN details
  • E Way Bill is generated by Transporter

Genesis of e-Invoving

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Number of E-Invoices (Nos. in Lakhs)

Number of Export e-Invoices (in Nos.)

E-Invoices based on Supply type and E-Invoices based on Tax Rates

Number of Taxpayers generating e-Invoices (in Nos.)

Number of e-Invoices based on Top 5 Sectors (Nos. in Lakhs)

The above chart indicates e-Invoices in Sectors by :

i) Taxpayers (companies) having Annual Aggregate Turn Over more than Rs. 500 Cr from 1st Oct 2020

ii) Taxpayers (companies) having Annual Aggregate Turn Over between Rs 100 -500 Cr and above Rs 500 Cr from 1st Jan 2021

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