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Benefits of e-invoicing with Giddh

Increased Accuracy

Real-Time Tracking

Reduced Risk of Tax Evasion

Uniqueness with IRN and QR Code for B2B

Better Visibility and Transparency

Uniqueness with QR Code for B2C

Auto-Populated Data in GST

3 simple steps to start e-invoicing now

  • Register your business in the e-invoice portal
  • Create API credentials for GST Suvidha Provider (GSP) for Giddh & login
  • Push your invoices to IRP to get validated, signed e-invoices with IRNs

They will be automatically pushed to the e-invoice portal


What is e-invoicing?

Electronic Invoicing, commonly known as ‘e-invoicing’ is a system in which B2B invoices are authenticated electronically on the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) for further use on the Good and Services Tax (GST) portal.

What is the applicability of e-invoicing?

From 1st October 2020, e-invoicing was made applicable to businesses with turnover exceeding INR 500 crore. From 1st January 2021, it was extended to businesses with turnover exceeding INR 100 crore. From 1st April 2021, businesses with more than INR 50 crore turnover have to comply with e-invoicing. From 1st April 2022, it is again extended to businesses with turnover exceeding INR 20 crore. If your turnover exceeds the specified turnover in any financial year from 2017-18 onwards, you are required to comply with e-invoicing.

What does an e-invoice look like?

The GST portal has released two e-invoice templates. You can use any of the templates that follow the prescribed e‑invoice schema, standard and format. You can also customize the templates to personalize your invoices so it reflects your brand by adding your logo or choosing a colour scheme.

What is the e-invoice Registration Portal (IRP)?

The e-invoices generated need to be reported to the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP), which validates the invoice and returns it along with an Invoice Reference Number (IRN) and QR Code that is digitally signed.

What is an Invoice Reference Number (IRN)?

An Invoice Reference Number (IRN) is a unique code issued for every e-invoice. It is a combination of the supplier GSTIN, invoice number and financial year.

What is the end-to-end workflow of an e-invoice like?

  • Generation of the invoice on the taxpayer’s respective ERP system
  • Generation of IRN
  • Upload the JSON file of the e-invoice to the IRP for validation
  • The IRP will generate/validate the hash/IRN and will add a digital signature and QR code, and return the JSON to the taxpayer
  • The IRP will share this invoice data with the e-way bill system and the GSTN

Is e-invoicing available in all Giddh plans?

E-invoicing is available in all the paid plans of Giddh Accounting Software.
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