The centre has made Electronic -invoicing mandatory for businesses with aggregate turnover exceeding Rs 10 crore from October 1, a move which will further plug in revenue leakage and will ensure better tax compliance from businesses

Presently, e-invoice is compulsory for businesses with an annual turnover of over Rs 20 crore. In a notification issued on Monday, the centre said it has amended the rule on the recommendations of the Council.

Now, E-invoice is mandatory for turnover above 10 crore from October 1)

GST latest  Amendments 

Preparing for E-Invoicing in light of Recent Changes, E-Invoicing Notifications and Schema Updates

  • E-Invoicing – What you send What you get
  • Generating LIVE Invoice through IRP Portal
  • E-Invoicing and E-Way Bill
  • E-Invoicing for B2B and B2C transactions, Exports, SEZ and RCM
  • Impact of E-Invoicing rules and compliance on internal systems and processes
  • Integrated and comprehensive solution for e-invoicing
  • Multiple Ways of E-Invoice Integration
  • Practical challenges due to e-invoicing and it’s solution
  • Reconciliation with sal es register, GSTR1 & GSTR 3B and e-invoicing
  • How can businesses prepare for the system 
  • GST-Reconciliation of Accounts,
  • Audit and filing of Annual Returns GSTR 9 & 9C