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Question ID : 44559

einvoicing of Taxpayer

Assessee have been enabled for e-invoicing on the GST portal. But as the taxpayer deals Mainly in NON-GST items and small turnover of taxable items in B2C category only, what to respond if mail have been received for filing declaration for exemption under the specified category (which not applicable to aseessee)

Posted by SURAJ KUMAR CHOUDHARY on Oct 10, 2023

Filed Under GST

Answer ID : 85171

Intimate the same disclosing the nature of business and whenever B2B transaction arises E invoice has to be done.

Posted by VINAY BHARGAV KUMAR G on Oct 10, 2023
Answer ID : 85194

please write to gst helpdesk

Posted by CA Shrawan Suthar on Oct 26, 2023
Answer ID : 85339

In this regard, an advisory was issued on 24th July 2023. GSTN is pleased to inform you that the e-Invoice Exemption Declaration functionality is now live on the e-Invoice portal. This functionality is specifically designed for taxpayers who are by default enabled for e-invoicing but are exempted from implementing it under the CGST (Central Goods and Services Tax) Rules. 2. Salient features of this functionality are: a. The e-Invoice Exemption Declaration functionality is voluntary and can be accessed at the e-Invoice portal ( www.einvoice.gst.gov.in ). b.This functionality is applicable to taxpayers who are exempted from e-Invoicing as per the provisions of the CGST Rules. c.It is important to note that any declaration made using this functionality will not change the e-Invoice enablement status of the taxpayer. d.The responsibility to take decision vis-à-vis exemption with reference to various Notifications issued by the Government and report on the portal is of the person. 3.The facility to report exemption declaration is purely for business facilitation purposes.

Posted by SREENIVASULU THULASIRAM on Feb 25, 2024