Frequently Asked Questions on e-Invoicing
Category: GST, Posted on: 30/12/2020 , Posted By: Webtel
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e-Invoicing system under GST has been implemented from October 1, 2020 for taxpayers with turnover of Rs.500 crore or more in the financial year 2019-20. e-Invoicing implementation then extended for businesses with an aggregate turnover exceeding Rs.100 crore from 1st January 2021. Now, the government is planning to remove this turnover limit to bring all businesses under the purview of e-invoicing from 1st April 2021. This article covers various FAQs on the e-Invoicing system.

Frequently Asked Questions on e-Invoicing

I. Basics of e-Invoicing


1. What is ‘e-Invoicing’?
As per Rule 48(4) of CGST Rules, notified class of registered persons have to prepare invoice by uploading specified particulars of invoice (in FORM GST INV-01) on Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) and obtain an Invoice Reference Number (IRN).
After following above ‘e-invoicing’ process, the invoice copy containing inter alia, the IRN (with QR Code) issued by the notified supplier to buyer is commonly referred to as ‘e-invoice’ in GST.
Because of the standard e-invoice schema (INV-01), ‘e-invoicing’ facilitates exchange of the invoice document (structured invoice data) between a supplier and a buyer in an integrated electronic format.
Please note that ‘e-invoice’ in ‘e-invoicing’ doesn’t mean generation of invoice by a Government portal.

2. How is ‘e-invoicing’ different from present system?
There is no much difference indeed.
Registered persons will continue to create their GST invoices on their own Accounting/Billing/ERP Systems. These invoices will now be reported to ‘Invoice Registration Portal (IRP)’. On reporting, IRP returns the e-invoice with a unique ‘Invoice Reference Number (IRN)’ after digitally signing the e-invoice and adding a QR Code.
Then, the invoice can be issued to the receiver (along with QR Code). A GST invoice will be valid only with a valid IRN.

3. For which businesses, e-invoicing is mandatory?
For Registered persons whose aggregate turnover (based on PAN) in any preceding financial year from 2017-18 onwards, is more than prescribed limit (as per relevant notification), e-invoicing is mandatory.

4. What are the advantages of e -invoice for businesses?
e-invoice has many advantages for businesses such as Auto-reporting of invoices into GST return, auto-generation of e-way bill (where required).
e-invoicing will also facilitate standardisation and inter-operability leading to reduction of disputes among transacting parties, improve payment cycles, reduction of processing costs and thereby greatly improving overall business efficiency.

II. e-Invoice - Applicability


1. What documents are presently covered under e -invoicing?
  1. Invoices,
  2. Credit Notes,
  3. Debit Notes
when issued by notified class of taxpayers (to registered persons (B2B) or for the purpose of Exports) are currently covered under e-invoice. Though different documents are covered, for ease of reference and understanding, the system is referred as ‘e-invoicing’.

2. Whether e-invoicing is applicable for supplies by notified persons to Government Departments?
e-Invoicing by notified persons is mandated for supply of goods or services or both to a registered person.
Thus, where the Government Department doesn’t have any registration under GST (i.e. not a ‘registered person’), e-invoicing doesn’t arise.

3. Whether e-invoicing is applicable for invoices between two different GSTINs under same PAN?
Yes. e-invoicing by notified persons is mandated for supply of goods or services or both to a registered person.
As per Section 25(4) of CGST/SGST Act, “A person who has obtained or is required to obtain more than one registration, whether in one State or Union territory or more than one State or Union territory shall, in respect of each such registration, be treated as distinct persons for the purposes of this Act.”

4. Do SEZ Developers need to issue e-invoices?
Yes, if they have the specified turnover and fulfilling other conditions of the notification. In terms of Notification (Central Tax) 61/2020 dt. 30-7-2020, only SEZ Units are exempted from issuing e-invoices

5. Whether e-invoicing is applicable for supplies involving Reverse Charge?
If the invoice issued by notified person is in respect of supplies made by him but attracting reverse charge under Section 9(3), e-invoicing is applicable.
For example, a taxpayer (say, a Firm of Advocates having aggregate turnover in a FY is more than Rs. 500 Cr.) is supplying services to a company (who will be discharging tax liability as recipient under RCM), such invoices have to be reported by the notified person to IRP.

III. Web Registration


1. What is the common portal for reporting invoices and obtain IRN/QR Code?
The common portal for generation of e-invoice is https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in

2. How do I know the status of enablement of my GSTIN for generation of IRN?
  1. On fulfillment of prescribed conditions, the obligation to prepare and issue invoice in terms of Rule 48(4) lies with concerned taxpayer.
  2. However, as a facilitation measure, the taxpayers who had crossed the prescribed turnover (as per data available in GST System) were enabled on the portal to report invoices. One can search those GSTINs at: https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in, search e-invoice status of taxpayer.
  3. This information will be eventually made available through ‘Search Taxpayer’ and ‘Know Your Supplier’ Sections on GST portal also.
  4. In case any taxpayer, having the requirement to do e-invoicing but not enabled on the e-invoice portal, a facility is provided whereby they can make an online declaration regarding turnover and request for enabling on the portal, for the required GSTIN.
  5. In case any taxpayer, who doesn’t have the requirement to do e-invoicing but still their GSTIN is appearing as ‘enabled’ on e-invoice portal, please write to support.einv.api@gov.in
3. I have already registered in GST Portal. Whether I need to register again on the E-invoice system Portal?
Yes. All the registered users under GST who wish to generate IRN need to register on E-invoice system separately using his GSTIN. Once GSTIN is entered, the system sends an OTP to his registered mobile number registered with GST Portal and after authenticating the same, the system enables him to generate his/her username and password for the E-invoice system. After generation of username and password of his/her choice, he/she may proceed to make entries to generate IRN.

4. I have already registered in EWB Portal. Whether I need to register again on the E-invoice Portal?
No, users who are already registered on the e-way bill portal need not to again register on the e-invoice system. User can use EWB login credentials to login at e-invoice system.

5. Whenever I am trying to register, the system is saying there is no contact (Mobile) number with this GSTIN in GST Common Portal, how should I resolve this issue?
This is indicating that e-invoice system is unable to get the contact details (mobile number of email address) for your GSTIN from the GST Common Portal (www.gst.gov.in). Please contact GST helpdesk 1800-103-4786 or lodge your grievance at https://selfservice.gstsystem.in/

6. Who all can register at e-invoice system and can generate IRN?
The taxpayers having specified turnover and fulfilling other conditions of the notifications may register at e-invoice system and generate IRN.
In case any taxpayer, having the requirement to do e-invoicing but not enabled on the e-invoice portal, a facility is provided whereby they can make an online declaration regarding turnover and request for enabling on the portal, for the required GSTIN.

IV. e-Invoice - Schema / Contents


1. What is e-invoice schema?
‘Schema’ simply means a structured template or format. ‘e-invoice’ schema is the standard format for electronic invoice. It is notified as ‘Form GST INV-1’.

2. Why is an e-invoice standard/schema required?
  1. Presently, businesses are preparing/generating invoices in their respective ERPs/Accounting/Billing Software. All these software have their own format of storing the data of invoice. Thus, the e-invoice generated by one system is not understood by the other, thereby necessitating data entry efforts and consequent errors and reconciliation problems.
  2. ‘Schema’ acts as uniform standard for ERP/ Billing/Accounting software providers to build utility in their solution/package to prepare e-invoice in notified standard thereby ensuring e-invoice generated by any ERP/Accounting and Billing Software is correctly understood by another ERP/Accounting software. This is also required for ensuring uniformity in reporting to IRP.
  3. Schema ensures e-invoice is ‘machine-readable’ and ‘inter-operable’, i.e. the invoice/format can be readily ‘picked up’, ‘read’, ‘understood’ and further processed by different systems like Oracle, Tally, SAP etc.
3. What is the basis of e-invoice schema?
e-invoice Schema is based on PEPPOL/Universal Business Language (UBL) with certain customizations to cater to Indian business practices and legal requirements.

4. Is there different invoice schema for different sectors/businesses, e.g. Traders, Manufacturers, Service Providers, Professionals etc.?
e-INVOICE – FAQ (VERSION 1.3) 12 of 21 EENo. e-invoice schema is a single standard applicable to all businesses in the country. Many optional fields are available in the schema to cater to the requirements of specific businesses and practices followed by industry and trade in India.

5. What are the various types of fields in e-invoice schema?
  1. Data for fields marked as ‘Mandatory’ have to be provided compulsorily.
  2. A mandatory field not having any value can be reported as NIL.
  3. Fields marked as ‘Optional’ may or may not be filled up. Many of these are relevant for specific businesses (e.g. Batch No., Attributes etc.) and to cater to specific scenarios (e.g. export, e-way bill etc.).
  4. Some sections in the schema are marked as ‘Optional’. But, if this section is selected, some of the fields may be mandatory. For example, the section ‘e-way Bill Details’ is marked as optional. But, if this section is chosen, the field, ‘Mode of Transportation’ is mandatory.
6. Can the supplier place their entity logo on e-invoice? Is this part of schema?
Elements of invoice which are internal to business, such as company logo etc. are not part of e-invoice schema.
After reporting invoice details to IRP and receipt of IRN, at the time of issuing invoice to receiver (e.g. generating as PDF and printing as paper copy or forwarding via e-mail etc.), any further customization, i.e. insertion of company logo, additional text etc., can be made by respective ERP/billing/accounting software providers.

7. In case of Credit Note and Debit Note, is there any validation w.r.t referred invoice number?
No linkage with invoice is built, in view of the amended provisions of GST.

8. Some HSNs which are otherwise valid are not accepted by e -invoice portal.
HSN directory is being aligned with GST System, so that it is updated and uniform on all systems, viz. Customs (ICES), GST System, e-way bill system and e-invoice system.

V. Web Login


1. Whenever, I am trying to login the system says ‘Invalid Login…Please check your username and password’. How should I resolve this issue?
This is indicating that you are trying to login to the E-invoice system with incorrect username and password. Please check the username and password being used to login to the system. If you have forgotten the username or password, then please use the ‘Forgot Username’ or ‘Forgot Password’ facility provided on the portal to recollect your username or create new password accordingly.

2. Whenever, I am trying to login the system says ‘Your account has been frozen’. How should I resolve this issue?
This is indicating that your account has been frozen because you might have cancelled your registration or your GSTIN has been de-activated in the GST Common Portal. Please visit the GST Common Portal (www.gst.gov.in) to find the status of your GSTIN under ‘Search Taxpayer’ tab. In case you are able to log in on GST portal but not log on E-invoice portal, please lodge your grievance at https://selfservice.gstsystem.in/

3. What should I do, if I do not remember my username and password?
If you have forgotten the username or password, then use the ‘Forgot Username’ or ‘Forgot Password’ facility provided on the portal to recollect your username or create new password accordingly. The user needs to enter some details after authenticating the same via an OTP, then, user will be provided with the username and password.

VI. Generation of IRN


1. What is Invoice Reference Number (IRN)?
The Invoice Reference Number (IRN) is a unique number (also known as hash) generated by the e-invoice system using a hash generation algorithm. For every document viz., an invoice or debit or credit note to be submitted on the e-invoice system, a unique 64-character Invoice Reference Number (IRN) shall be generated which is based on the computation of hash of GSTIN of supplier of document (invoice or credit note etc.), Year, Document type and Document number. This shall be unique to each invoice and hence will be the unique identity for each invoice for the entire financial year in the entire GST System for a taxpayer.

2. How do I generate IRN?
There are two modes for generation of IRN
  1. Using excel offline tool
  2. Using API integration
3. Can I generate IRN for an Invoice for which IRN is already generated?
No, only unique invoice from a taxpayer will be accepted by the e-invoice system. E-invoice system will check in Central Registry of GST System to ensure that same invoice from same supplier pertaining to same financial year is not being uploaded again for generating one more IRN.

4. How long will the generated e-invoice be available in the government portal?
Once the e-invoice system has validated and registered an IRN, it will be made available to the taxpayer for reference on e-invoice system for only 24 hours.

5. What are pre-requisites to generate the e-invoice?
The pre-requisite for generation of e-invoice is that the person who generates e-invoice should be a registered person (active) on GST portal and e-invoice system or e-way bill system. The documents viz., tax invoice or Debit Note or credit Note will be reported by the person who is generating the e-invoice. If a user is generating Bulk invoices, then he/she should have a valid JSON file as per the e-invoice schema to upload on the e-invoice system or he/she has to integrated with API interface and generate the IRN.

6. How can anyone verify the authenticity or the correctness of e-invoice?
Anyone can verify the authenticity or the correctness of e-invoice by uploading the signed JSON file or Signed QR Code into e-invoice system. The option ‘Verify Signed Invoice’ under Search option can be selected and the signed JSON file can be uploaded and verified. Similarly, the QR Code Verify app may be downloaded and used to verify the QR Code printed on the Invoice.

7. What are the different Supply types available in e-Invoice schema?
The different supply types that can be reported are B2B: Business to Business, SEZWP: To SEZ with Payment, SEZWOP: To SEZ without Payment, EXPWP: Export with Payment, EXPWOP: Export without Payment, DEXP: Deemed Export

VII. Cancellation of IRN


1. Can IRN be deleted or cancelled?
The IRN, once generated cannot be modified or deleted. However, if IRN is generated with wrong information, it can be cancelled. Once cancelled, the same document (with same document number) can’t be reported again for generation of IRN. The cancellation is required to be done within 24 hours from the time of generation.

2. If there is a mistake or wrong entry in the e-invoice, what has to be done?
If there is a mistake, incorrect or wrong entry in the e-invoice, then it cannot be edited or corrected. Only option is to cancel that invoice/IRN and report a new document (with new number) and generate a fresh IRN.

3. Whether e-invoices generated through GST System can be partially / fully cancelled?
  1. E-Invoice/IRN can’t be partially cancelled. It has to be fully cancelled.
  2. The e-invoice mechanism enables invoices to be cancelled. This will have to be triggered through the IRP within 24 hours.

VIII. Signed Invoice & QR Code


1. What is the meaning of digitally signed QR code?
The digitally signed QR code of the invoice is one which has been digitally or electronically signed and prepared the QR Code by the IRP after receiving the invoice uploaded by the supplier. That is, the government is authenticating the genuineness of the invoice, by preparing the important information of the invoice in QR Code form and signing it so that its authenticity can be verified offline by anyone using offline tools. This will be helpful for tax officers checking the invoice on the roadside where Internet may not be available all the time. The web user will get a printable form with all details including QR code. The QR code will consist of the following e-invoice parameters:
  1. GSTIN of Supplier
  2. GSTIN of Recipient
  3. Invoice number as given by Supplier
  4. Date of generation of invoice
  5. Invoice value (taxable value and gross tax)
  6. Number of line items.
  7. HSN Code of main item (the line item having highest taxable value)
  8. Unique Invoice Reference Number (IRN)
  9. Date of generation of IRN
2. What is the purpose of Signed QR Code?
The IRP will generate a QR code containing the unique IRN (hash) along with some important particulars of invoice including digital signature so that it can be verified by an Offline App.

3. When would the Signed QR code be available?
IRP system will provide this ‘Signed QR Code’ as part of the response to the request made by the taxpayer for the IRN generation.

4. How one can use the Signed QR Code?
The Signed QR Code can be verified by anyone using the offline app provided on the IRP portal. Content of the signed QR code can be easily verified by the tax payers or Tax Officials to ascertain whether the invoice is registered with the IRP and is digitally signed by the IRP itself. By validating the content of the QR code data with the digitally signed content (which is part of the QR code itself) one can check the authenticity of the document contents. If the content of the QR code is tampered with, the signature verification fails and the e-Invoice will become invalid.

5. What shall be size of the Signed QR code on the invoice?
Printed QR code shall be clear enough to be readable by a QR Code reader Size and its placing on invoice is upto the preference of the businesses.

6. How to verify the QR code or Signed JSON invoice file?
There are two methods for this.
  1. First mode is download the mobile app from the https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in portal under Help menu and download option. Using this app read QR code and verify the details of e-invoice or upload the signed JSON file and see the e-invoice.
  2. Second mode is go to https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in portal and select search and verify signed invoice and upload the file and see the e-invoice.

IX. Bulk Generation Process


1. What are the Modes of Generation of e-invoice, the taxpayer can use?
Multiple modes can be used for reporting invoices to IRP:
  1. Bulk Upload
  2. API based
  3. Mobile app based
  4. GSP based
2. How to generate Bulk e-invoices?
Steps to generate Bulk e-invoice:
Step 1: Login on the e-invoice portal using the username password and entering the captcha code.
Step 2: Select ‘Bulk Upload’ under 'E-Invoice' appearing on the left-hand side of the dashboard.
Step 3: Choose the saved JSON file from your system and click 'Upload’. After processing the JSON file the system generates list of e-invoice or error message.

3. What is bulk generation facility and who can use it?
Through this facility, user can upload multiple invoices and generate multiple IRNs at one go. This facility can be used by the taxpayers, who can prepare bulk requests for IRN in a JSON file from their automated system, and upload it on the e-invoice system and generate IRN in one go. This avoids duplicate data entry into e-invoice system and avoids data entry mistakes also.

4. How to use the bulk generation facility?
To use the bulk generation facility, one has to prepare the IRN requests through JSON file. This can be done in two ways – registered taxpayer can prepare the JSON file directly from his automated system. If he is unable do so, he can use excel based bulk generation tool available on the e-invoice portal. The invoice and other details need to enter as per the format and JSON file can be generated. This JSON file needs to be uploaded in the e-invoice portal for generation of multiple IRNs. For more details, please refer to the ‘user manual of the bulk generation’ and ‘bulk generation tools’ under “Tools” section at E-invoice portal and follow the instructions.

5. What are the benefits of the bulk generation facility?
Benefits of the bulk generation facility are as follows:
  1. Generation of multiple IRN in one go
  2. It avoids duplicate keying in of the invoices to generate IRN
  3. It avoids the data entry mistakes while keying in for generation of IRN

X. API Details


1. What is API Interface?
API interface is a site-to-site integration of two systems. Using this, the taxpayer can link his IT system with E-Invoice system to generate IRN directly from his IT solution without keying in the details for e-invoice form in the Portal. This reduces duplicate data entry and eliminates the data entry mistakes.

2. What are the pre-requisite for using API interface?
API interface is a site-to-site integration of website of taxpayer with the E-invoice system. API interface can be used by large taxpayers, who need to generate bulk INR’s per day. However, the taxpayer should meet the following criteria to use the API interface:
  1. His invoicing system should be automated with IT solutions.
  2. He should be ready to change his IT system to integrate with E-invoice system as per API guidelines.
  3. His system should have SSL based domain name.
  4. His system should have Static IP Address.
  5. He should have pre-production system to test the API interface.
3. Where can I get the details of API Integration?
Please go to the site https://einv-apisandbox.nic.in/ for all the details of API Integration

4. How can the registered person integrate his/her system with e-invoice system to generate the IRN from his/her system?
The integration between e-invoice system and registered person's system can be done through APIs. For availing this facility, the registered person should register the server details of his/her systems (through which he wants to generate the IRN using the APIs of e-invoice system) with e-invoice system. For further details, please go through the user manual.

XI. API Sandbox


1. What is the URL of the sandbox? What can I do there?
There are two access credentials for APIs. Both credentials/keys required to access the APIs.
  1. https://einv-apisandbox.nic.in
  2. On the sandbox, the tax payer can test the APIs for the e-invoicing.
  3. Please see the document and help videos on the help section of https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in portal.
2. How can I get access to the sandbox portal?
On the sandbox portal, there is an option to login. Click on that and register and login and test the APIs as per the procedure provided there.

3. What can I do on the sandbox?
E-invoice API sandbox portal is tool to test the APIs with step-by-step procedure and understand the flow of the APIs. It helps to prepare the payload request with encryption and understand the responses with decryption, etc. It is reach with various information on API usage, schema, mapping, masters, etc. It also has sample codes to understand to build the APIs for consuming.

XII. API Registration


1. What are the API access credentials for e-Invoicing system?
There are two access credentials for APIs. Both credentials/keys required to access the APIs.
  1. Client ID and Client Secret– This is available for GSPs, E-commerce Operators and Company (PAN) with aggregate turnover more than Rs 500.00 Crores. Client credentials are used to reach e-invoice system to access the APIs. But using these alone, one cannot generate IRNs.
  2. Username and Password – This is available for the GSTINs. Each GSTIN needs to have this separately to generate IRN. These user credentials are used along with the client credentials to generate the IRN.
2. Who gets the API Client Credentials for e-Invoicing system?
Client ID and Client Secret are available for GSPs, E-commerce Operators and Company (PAN) with aggregate turnover more than Rs 500.00 Crores

3. Who can generate the API user credentials?
GSTIN, enabled for the e-Invoicing system, can generate the API username and password for its GSTIN, after logging into the https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in portal.

4. How many API users can the GSTIN have?
GSTIN has been enabled to generate multiple API usernames. That is, GSTIN can generate one username for each GSP or direct access. If GSTIN has tie-up with 2 GSPs and also has direct access through it server, then it can have three different usernames; One for direct access and two for two GSPs.

5. How many API users can the GSTIN have?
GSTIN has been enabled to generate multiple API usernames. That is, GSTIN can generate one username for each GSP or direct access. If GSTIN has tie-up with 2 GSPs and also has direct access through it server, then it can have three different usernames; One for direct access and two for two GSPs.

6. Can I use the E-way Bill Credentials for e-Invoicing system?
Yes, if the GSTIN is generating the e-way bills on the web portal or through API, then he/she can use those credentials for e-invoice generation accordingly. That username of E-way bill of web portal can be used for e-invoice web portal and API username of E-way bill can be used for API generating the e-invoicing using API.

7. How to get the API Credentials for the Company on production for direct access?
  1. Register on the sandbox portal for one of the GSTINs of the company and test the APIs by changing the internal ERP/accounting system.
  2. Login to the https://einvoice1.gst.gov.in portal using web username. If it is not there, then register on the portal and create web username
  3. Select API registration and ‘IP Whitelisting’ and enter max 4 Public IPs for whitelisting and upload the test summary report.
  4. After scrutiny of the test report, the IP whitelisting will be done and Client credentials will be sent to the registered mobile number through SMS.
  5. These Client Credentials are for the company (PAN). These have to be used by all the GSTINs of the company for reaching the e-invoice APIs.
  6. Next, select API registration and ‘Create API user’. Here, select the ‘Direct’ and enter the client id and client secret. Then create the username and password for logged in GSTIN and preserve them.
  7. Next using the client id and client secret, along with the username and password and access the APIs and generate the IRNs for that GSTIN.
  8. Repeat the user creation process for all other GSTINs of the same PAN as per above last 2 steps.
8. How to generate the API user credentials for the GSTIN?
  1. Login to the einvoice1.gst.gov.in portal using web username. If it is not there, then register on the portal and create web username
  2. Next, select API registration and ‘Create API user’. Here, select the GSP or ‘Direct’. If you have selected the GSP, select the GSP name. If you have selected the ‘Direct’, enter the client id and client secret. Then create the username and password for logged in GSTIN and preserve them.
  3. Next using the client id and client secret, along with the username and password and access the APIs and generate the IRNs for that GSTIN.
  4. Repeat the user creation process for all other GSTINs of the same PAN as per above last 2 steps.
  5. It may be noted that one can create separate username and password for separate GSP (Client) for e-invoice generation. However, corresponding username credentials and client credentials to be used for API access and IRN generation.
9. How do I get the client credentials in case of direct access? What should I do If I don’t get?
Once the test summary report is approved, the client id and client secret is sent as SMS to the registered mobile number of the GSTIN. If it is not received, you can login to the e-invoice portal and get re-sent.

10. My company (PAN) has 15 GSTINs and we want to do the direct interface with the e-Invoicing system, what should we do? How many IPs have to be whitelisted and test report to be submitted?
  1. You have to create the one client credentials for your company (PAN) after following the steps mentioned for questions ‘How to get the API Credentials for the Company on production for direct access?’ above.
  2. Then create the API usernames for all the 15 GSTINs by linking them with the client id and client secret, generated in the above step.
  3. You can whitelist max 4 IPs for your company and all your requests from all GSTINs have to come through them to the e-Invoicing system.
  4. You have to submit one test report for one of the GSTINs.
11. Can I generate the IRN through multiple GSPs simultaneously?
  1. Yes, you can generate IRN through multiple GSPs simultaneously.
  2. However, you have to create different API usernames for each one of GSPs separately.
  3. You can generate IRN only by using the username created with that GSP along with his/her client credentials.
12. Can I use one GSP account to cancel the IRN generated with other GSP?
Yes. It is possible, however, you have to use your correct credentials to access your IRN.

XIII. Master Codes


1. Where can I get the Master codes list of Country, UQC, Currency, State and HSN Codes?
The master codes are available under Search -> Master Codes.


Good luck!

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