e-Invoicing becomes mandatory for businesses with ₹ 20 crore+ turnover*
from 1st April 2022
Upload e-Invoice directly
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Marg ERP is an e-Invoicing compliant software explicitly designed to adapt to new GST requirements. e-Invoicing is mandatory for businesses with a turnover of above ₹ 20 Crores w.e.f. 1st April 2022. With Marg ERP, you can do e-Invoicing in a few clicks with 100% security & end-to-end assistance
Directly upload multiple invoices to IRP through GSTN portal without visiting any other sources & instantly file GST returns
Upload B2B transaction invoices on GSTN portal electronically & the details will get auto-populated in GST ANX-1 and GST ANX-2
Marg ERP automatically validates your data to identify errors, violations, incorrect entries & missing mandatory fields to ensure 100% compliance of legal accuracy
Generate QR Code to provide information about a particular invoice in a quick manner, without retrieving from any external sources
Generate & directly upload Single/ Bulk E-way bill with JSON File on the portal & reconcile automatically
Generate, print and track e-Invoicing in real-time as per the proposed format. Get end-to-end assistance for filing GST returns
A system in which Business-to-Business (B2B) invoices, Export invoices and Invoices of Credit/Debit Notes of Registered parties are validated electronically by GSTN for further use on the common GST portal.
Go to Misc GSTR Login Credentials Tab
Add your GST Portal Login Credentials & Save
Upload e-Invoices to Invoice Registration Portal (IRP)
Businesses with a turnover of 20 crores or more will be obliged to issue e-invoices starting April 1, 2022. The recipient will not be able to claim ITC (Input Tax Credit) and would be liable to fines if the invoice is not authentic...