E Way Bill

The E-Way Bill is an electronic document required for the movement of goods in India, both interstate and intrastate, under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime. It contains details such as the consignor, consignee, goods being transported, and the vehicle used for transportation. The E-Way Bill is generated online through the GST portal by registered taxpayers or transporters before the commencement of the movement of goods. It aims to ensure the proper documentation and tracking of goods to prevent tax evasion and facilitate smoother logistics operations.

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An E-Way Bill is an electronic document generated on the E-Way Bill portal, which is required for the movement of goods worth over a specified threshold value from one place to another, either within the same state or across different states in India. It ensures the seamless movement of goods and enables tax authorities to track and verify the movement of goods for compliance with GST regulations.

The responsibility for generating the E-Way Bill lies with the consignor or consignee of the goods, or the transporter assigned by the consignor or consignee. They are required to generate the E-Way Bill electronically on the E-Way Bill portal before the commencement of the movement of goods.

The validity period of an E-Way Bill varies depending on the distance to be covered for the transportation of goods. Generally, for distances up to 100 km, the E-Way Bill is valid for one day, and for every additional 100 km or part thereof, the validity period is extended by one additional day. However, the maximum validity period cannot exceed 15 days. It is essential to ensure that the E-Way Bill remains valid for the entire duration of the goods' transportation.

The information required for generating an E-Way Bill includes details such as the GSTIN of the consignor and consignee, the invoice or challan number, the quantity and description of goods, the value of goods, the place of supply, the vehicle number or transport document number, and the reason for transportation.