Govern­ment eases norms for E-Way Bill gen­er­a­tion

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The govern­ment has made some changes to the e-way bill rules to fur­ther sim­plify the pro­ce­dure for move­ment of goods un­der the Goods and Ser­vices Tax regime, giv­ing more re­lief to smaller busi­nesses, FMCG, courier and e-com­merce com­pa­nies.

Un­der the new rules, in the case of in­tra-state move­ment of goods, there will be no need for eway bill if the con­sign­ment’s to­tal value is over Rs 50,000 but the in­di­vid­ual con­sign­ment is val­ued at less than Rs 50,000, giv­ing re­lief to e-com­merce and courier com­pa­nies that move pack­ages for de­liv­ery.

If both ex­empted and tax­able goods are moved, only the value of the tax­able sup­ply will be con­sid­ered for the pur­pose of gen­er­at­ing an e-way bill. This will pro­vide re­lief to the in­dus­try, es­pe­cially FMCG com­pa­nies that move all kinds of goods to­gether.

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