The role of the IRP is to accept E-Invoice document prepared by the taxpayer, verify that the document is valid according to the updated E-Invoice schema and validate the contents of the E-Invoice. Post validating the E-Invoice, the IRP will digitally sign the document, generate a IRN(Invoice Reference Number) & a QR code with all the details required. Because the E-Invoice portal digitally signs the invoice, the supplier can use the invoice as proof that they have reported the invoice. The recipient can also verify that the invoice has been registered and be confident that they can receive Input Tax Credit.
The Government of India (GoI) has made QR (Quick Response) Code mandatory for GST Invoices as per Notification No. 72/2019. The objective of the notification is to allow simplified access to GST invoices.
The JSON of the invoice is required to be uploaded onto the Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) for generating an Invoice Reference Number (IRN). After the successful generation of IRN, the IRP allows the affixing of digital signature and QR code to the JSON
As of today, businesses with aggregate turnover more than Rs.100Cr, are mandated to generate an E-Invoice on every sale they make. The format for E-Invoice is pre-fixed & standardized by the government.
This format is auto populated by data from ERP & therefore E-Invoice is generated. On the Invoice Registration Portal, Invoice Reference Number is generated and signed digitally. Now, a QR code will be generated that contains all the important information related to the IRN. Registered email ID will get a copy of the invoice.
Suppliers invoice
Suppliers credit notes
Recipients debit notes
E-Invoice data will get auto populated on the e-Way Bill & GSTR1 from the ERP. They need to be signed and verified by the invoice registration system. Once verification is done, invoice will be redirected to recipient of supply for reconfirmation.
Purpose is to enable auto flow of data to reduce the chance of human error while reconciliation & decrease logistical errors.
This is a standardized format authorized by the government. Technical field name, its description, its significance and some more details are mentioned.
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In the manual filing method, bulk upload option is not available, however, in FynamicsGST, we provide bulk upload of E-Invoices along with their status information IRN Approved/Pending/Rejected
In a manual filing method, the data is stored in the government portal for 24 hours, however, FynamicsGST stores data for 7 years
  • Secure data centre ISO 27001 certified & SOC compliant data centre
  • Encrypted connectivity
  • High Availability systems
Bridges the gap between reconciliation under GST by reducing mismatch errors
Real time tracking of E-Invoices by the supplier
Determination of maximum Input Tax Credit and opportunity to claim it
Auto flow of data is the biggest advantage as it reduces costs of handling a big team and increases accuracy with no human made errors
Auto population of Part A in e-Way Bills makes it very easy
Government & Tax authorities can intervene anytime online for an audit and hence it is readily available.
No loopholes for manipulation as the invoices are generated before the transaction
Fake Tax Credit claims cannot take place as we can find the mismatch
e-Way bill is now integrated with Vahan System of Transport Department. Vehicle number entered in e-way bill will be verified with the Vahan System. If Vehicle number is not available in the Vahan system, user will get 'Alert Message' about the non-availability of vehicle number in vahan database. However, later, such vehicle numbers will not be allowed for the generation of e-way bill.
The vehicle number entered in the EWB is not available in Vahan Database, you are requested to check and update the vehicle registration with your concerned Regional Transport Office (RTO), otherwise after sometime this vehicle number will not be allowed for e-way bill generation.
This message indicates that the Vehicle details are found in more than one RTOs. You need to approach your RTO and request for updation of the office. Once the details are updated this message will not appear again. Not doing so , later it will be treated as Vehicle no. is not existent and may not be allowed for e-waybill generation
In case, Vehicle number entered in the e-waybill is registered and system still showing 'Alert Message' it is suggested to reach to your concerned RTO. Once the vehicle details are updated in Vahan system, the status in e-Waybill system will subsequently get updated.
Vahan System provides a nationwide search over the digitized data of Registered Vehicles. You can always check your vehicle number in Vahan system below; https://vahan.nic.in/nrservices/faces/user/searchstatus.xhtml
You need to visit your RTO with original RC and other documents and get the details updated in the Vahan Database.
If the Vehicle number is with temporary registration, the details are not verified and enter the temporary number starting with TR.
You can contact the E-way bill Helpdesk and submit your grievance. Specify the Vehicle number which is there in Vahan system but not available in e-way bill portal