The introduction of obligatory e-invoicing in India has taken place over a few stages. First, it was introduced on a voluntary basis in January 2020 for companies with annual aggregate turnover of more than INR 500 Crore. After that, starting 1 February, any businesses with a turnover of more than INR 100 but less than INR 500 had to make the switch to e-invoicing.
Invoices without an IRN will be treated as invalid
The IRP will only take JSON format e-invoices
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