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What is GST E-invoicing?
E-invoicing mandatory for taxpayers with aggregate turnover more than Rs. 100 Cr. Taxpayers having to more than Rs. 500 Crores but not enabled for e-invoicing can register voluntarily using option Registration
Electronic invoicing or simply known as e-invoicing may be defined in simple terms as an electronic billing system that contains the various indigenous methods which are used by different trading partners to develop and showcase documents consisting of transaction history between each other such as the suppliers with their customers. This in return helps in ensuring the legal agreements and trading terms being met with complete transparency. These invoices include purchase documents, different order and debit documentations, terms of payment and instructions related to the payment.
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There are several ways by which ERPs may be employed to create the IRN at the Invoice Registration Portal. But mainly they can be categorised into mobile based application methods, API program based and offline method based processes.
This German developed software helps with developing a vendor invoice which basically is a document integrating various bits of the financial aspects of a business along with material management. So what happens is, when a vendor makes a deal with any customer for the delivery of certain goods in a specific amount; the SAP software will generate an e-invoice which will be linked directly to the IRP and would be sent to the customer about the amount which needed to be paid back to the supplier.
When using this Indian software from the Tally Solutions, the supplier has to simply access the gateway of the software interface, then they just need to enter the commodity or the service they are giving along with the other basic information and that’s it. What the Tally software does is, it automatically integrates this information from the vendor and inputs it into the Invoice Registration Portal thus making the job easier for them. After this, the IRN is generated at the IRP which gets made available to the supplier at the Tally Gateway itself.
This software helps the vendor create the e-invoice by using the expenditure and event model while the bill gets processed in the Invoice Registration Portal. In simple terms, it eases the process of standardisation at the vendor end IRP when they try to create the invoice across a range of projects. The generation of IRN takes place when the supplier applies the commodity and their amount list in the software. And the interesting thing is, after the IRN gets generated, it will be available to the user at the software interface itself thus making the job much easier than the obvious traditional methods.
These are the kinds of ERPs that are developed specifically to meet the end user requirements. These are necessary when the supplier has a specific requisition regarding the invoice and bill generation of their commodities. E-invoicing has a major future and this change in the processes related to any business and will demand a drastic review of the current tax payment ecosystem with these kinds of changes. After implementing these easy to use services, there will be better transparency in the tax paying system and will bring new technological advancement in the environment of bill generation and usage under the umbrella of GST.