India: New Taxpayers to Comply with E-invoicing Rules

Selin Adler Ring
August 3, 2022

As previously predicted by Sovos, the threshold for implementing mandatory e-invoicing has been lowered by the Indian authorities. According to the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs Notification No. 17/2022 – Central Tax, from 1 October 2022 compliance with the e-invoicing rules will be mandatory for taxpayers with an annual threshold of 10 Cr. rupees (approximately 1.270.000 USD) or more.

Furthermore, taxpayers with an annual threshold of 5 Cr. rupees or more are enabled to use sandbox environment for testing purposes. This signals another expansion in the scope of e-invoicing to come soon.

For more information on the e-invoicing rules and evolution of the Indian e-invoicing system, please check out our blog post.

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Selin Adler Ring

Selin is Regulatory Counsel at Sovos. Based in Stockholm and originally from Turkey, Selin’s background is in corporate and commercial law, and currently specializes in global e-invoicing compliance. Selin earned a Law degree in her home country and has a master’s degree in Law and Economics. She speaks Russian, Arabic, English and Turkish.
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