E-Way Bill and the Effect on your Business

Implementation of E-Way Bill system With the new E-Way Bill schedule announced at the 26th Council meeting, opinions and hopes have been firing up. The date for implementation of the E-Way Bill system has changed to 1st April 2018. The Finance Ministry’s press release notified rules for compulsory E-Way Bill implementation for intra-state goods movement…

E-Way Bill Implementation

In the pre-GST era, traders could not supply goods without getting waybills from VAT authorities. These waybills were physical documents that allowed movement of goods. Obtaining these waybills was a cumbersome process and caused restricted movement of goods. The weapon of choice to iron out these pre-GST transportation woes is the E-Way Bill Implementation Even while…

E-Way Bill Inspection Rules

In the GST regime, a registered person or transporter has to follow the E-way Bill rules while transporting goods. E-Way bill stands for Electronic Way Bill. Traders and transporters can generate it on the common portal. The government ordered the dismantling of check posts from 1st July 2017. However, the government still has to check…

E-Way Bill Forms

To move goods worth more than Rs. 50,000 traders and transporters have to generate an E-way bill via the GSTN. There are different forms for different purposes. However, the number of forms and their titles can be quite confusing. Therefore, it is wise to get assistance for smoother logistics operations. Here is a breakdown of all…

E-Way Bill

An electronic way bill (E-way bill) is a document which lists the goods in transit. Traders cannot ‘move’ goods worth more than Rs. 50,000 without this docuument. A registered person or transporter may choose to generate an e-way bill even if the value of goods is less than Rs. 50,000. Basics Who should generate an e-way…