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einvoice1.gst.gov.in or the e-invoice portal is the first invoice registration portal, maintained by the National Informatics Centre (NIC) for generating IRN for e-invoices. The e-invoicing system initially became applicable on 1st October 2020 for large taxpayers and is currently extended to small taxpayers with a turnover over Rs.10 crore. You can use Clear IRP, government-approved IRP or e-invoice portal for smooth generation and management of e-invoices.
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26th December 2022
The CBIC has clarified that there is no proposal before the GST Council and no plans of the government to implement the next phase of e-invoicing for those businesses with turnover over Rs.5 crore from 1st January 2023.
11th October 2022
The GST Council may implement the next phase of e-invoicing for businesses with an annual turnover of more than Rs.5 crore from 1st January 2023. The system may get extended to businesses with a turnover of over Rs.1 crore by the end of the next fiscal year.
1st August 2022
The e-Invoicing system for B2B transactions has now been extended to those with an annual aggregate turnover of more than Rs.10 crore up to Rs.20 crore starting from 1st October 2022, vide notification no. 17/2022.
einvoice1.gst.gov.in is the first website for generating Invoice Reference Numbers (IRN) for e-invoices. The NIC’s einvoice1.gst.gov.in makes it possible for such taxpayers to register, and bulk upload invoices to obtain IRN, validate, track and cancel e-invoices, etc.
Taxpayers with aggregate turnover above Rs.10 crore currently must generate e-invoices. From 1st January 2023, it shall apply to those businesses with a turnover of more than Rs.5 crore. Meantime, India’s smart compliance solution, Clear has also been authorised by the GST Network to be the official IRP in India.
The following facilities or functions are available on the e-invoice portal-
Below is the main menu screen of NIC’s einvoice portal after a successful login:
From the above it is observed that there are five main options available:
The e-invoice menu on GST e invoice login contains the following sub-menus:
Upon successful cancellation, the system displays the message ‘e-invoice cancelled successfully!!’.
A sample of the print can be seen below:
This option can be used to generate an MIS report. A list of invoices uploaded would be provided based on selected parameters and selected dates. This list can also be exported in excel format using the ‘Export to Excel’ tab.
A large business entity may have different people performing different roles in relation to invoices in an organisation. This portal allows controlling access of such users depending on their role.
As can be seen from the above figure, the various options provided are ‘Create Sub-User’, ‘Freeze Sub-User’, ‘Update Sub-User’ and ‘Change password’. Each such sub-user will be given the following type of permissions:
The sub-users would each be provided separate login credentials with their user ID being the same as that of the main user, except for the addition of a suffix.
In case the taxpayer chooses to directly integrate his ERP system or through GSP with the e-Invoicing system, click on ‘API Registration’ option > IP whitelisting to register your IP address with the portal.
Thereafter, select ‘Create API User’ under the ‘User Credentials’ option to register the GSTIN for the API interface and set the login credentials. In case the sister concern of your GSTIN has already registered for the API interface then the details thereof will be displayed. Enter the client ID and client secret to set the login credentials for your concern.
The user can frequently change the password using this option.
It may be a tedious task to enter business details every time an e-invoice is prepared. Hence, it is possible to use this option to auto-populate certain fields while creating the e-invoice by pulling the data from the GST common portal.
The ‘e-way bill’ option can be used to fill up Part A of the e-way bill with only the vehicle number remaining to be entered in Part B.
Yes, a separate GSTIN-based registration will need to be made on the e-invoice portal. However, the taxpayers who are registered on the e-way bill portal need not take separate registration on the e-invoice portal.
If you are the applicable taxpayer notified to generate e-invoices, then you must compulsorily use einvoice portal.
No, e-invoices can only be fully cancelled within 24 hours of their generation.
The maximum number of sub-users that can be created for each place of business is 10. For every additional place of business, 10 more sub-users can be added.
No, it is not compulsory to assign sub-users. The decision regarding the number of sub-users, if any, must be taken by the taxpayer himself based on his business needs.
Reports can only be generated for a particular day to ensure that the system does not take any additional burden and continues to perform smoothly. Hence, it is advisable to generate a report for each day separately if so needed.
Amendments are allowed to be made as per the provisions of the GST law but they can be made only on the GST common portal and not on the e-invoice portal.
Yes. Clear IRP, GSTN-licensed IRP or e-invoice portal is also available, along with a few other IRPs, with value-added features for taxpayers who must comply with e-invoicing.