E-Invoice Limit 10 Crore | E-Invoicing for businesses above Rs.10 crore turnover

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By  Online Legal India

Published on  18 Oct 2022

Category  GST

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This article covers every aspect of the fifth phase of e-invoicing, including its applicability, business process changes, available e-invoice generation methods, and solutions for these companies, including e-Invoicing.

Quick and Easy Steps to File Nil GSTR 1 Return through the GST Portal

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Published on  03 Aug 2022

Updated On  26 Aug 2022

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A company's outgoing supplies are disclosed on the GSTR 1 monthly return. If a transaction for the delivery of goods has been made, the recipient of that supply must be real. It basically functions as a return that details all of a business's sales transactions.

5% GST Imposed On All Pre-Packaged, Labelled Foods and Hospital Rooms Costing More Than Rs 5,000

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Published on  18 Jul 2022

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From 18th July 2022, customers will be required to pay 5% GST on pre-packaged, labelled foods including atta, paneer, and curd as well as hospital rooms with a monthly cost of more than Rs 5,000.

Online Gaming GST Is Expected to be Approved by the GoM

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Published on  13 Jul 2022

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Finance ministers' group that was trying to include online gambling and casinos in the GST resolved to finish its report by August 10. GoM met virtually on Tuesday to explore different strategies for taxing casinos, horse racing, and internet gambling.

Hassle Free GST Registration for your Proprietorship Firm

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Published on  02 Apr 2022

Updated On  04 Apr 2022

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Registration of any business under the GST Law implies obtaining a unique number from the concerned tax authorities for the purpose of collecting tax on behalf of the government and to avail Input tax credit for the taxes on his inward supplies.