Please Try a Different Browser

You are using an outdated browser that is not compatible with our website content. For an optimal viewing experience, please upgrade to Microsoft Edge or view our site on a different browser.

If you choose to continue using this browser, content and functionality will be limited.

country-icon India


New time limit to report e-invoices to the IRP

The Indian government requires mandatory e-invoicing for taxpayers with an annual aggregate turnover (AATO) above Rs 10 crore for both B2B and B2G invoices. Currently, there is no restriction on when e-invoices should be reported to the IRP. E-invoices are typically generated in real-time by large enterprises in India, while smaller businesses may consolidate and generate e-invoices in bulk at a later time.   GSTN's latest advisory suggests that this may change. According to the advisory, taxpayers with an annual aggregate turnover above Rs. 100 crores will need to report the e-invoice within seven days of issuance. This restriction will only apply to invoices, and there will be no time restriction on reporting debit/credit notes. It is proposed to implement the new seven-day limit on 1 May 2023  

Schedule a Free Consultation

Let us show you how we can support your business to send 100% compliant e-invoices in 54 countries. Please provide your details and one of our team will be in touch.

First Name
Last Name
Job Title

By submitting this form, you agree to Tungsten Automation terms of use and privacy policy.*