E way bill App - Generate e-way Bills and share
Generate EWay Bills in real-time, opt for error-free eway bill compliance with India’s most advanced, efficient and ready to use GST E-Way Bill App.
Since E-Way Bill is launched across India for Inter & Intra-state movements, it is time for Organizations to re-look at their GST & Logistics Compliance to run day to day operations smoothly. EWay bill is not only limited to generation of bills, but involves multiple steps & invoice validation, thereby Masters India EWayBill Application helps in simplifying e-way bill process.
Salient features of the app:
- Generate EWay bill within no time using simple setup wizard
- Track vehicle location in real time
- Pick address easily from Google maps hassle free
- Search for HSN codes and auto fill the tax rates
- Easily fetch and manage your Eway bills and third party EWay bills
- Track all your activity in the app
- Print, download and share EWay bills in real-time with many available formats
- Perform all the EWay bill options like Update Part-B, Cancel or Reject Way Bills
- Cancelled a bill? Regenerate cancelled bills in just a second
- Easily manage your businesses in real time
- Hold a bill on server and submit back when the loading is done, which would save a lot of time
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How to Generate e-way Bill?
Follow these steps to generate e way bill:-
- Open e-way Bill App
- Login e-way Bill App with user id and password
- Click on Consolidated EWB
- In Consolidated EWB option you can find Generate New Option Click on that
- Select Mode of transport
- Select from state option
- Enter Vehicle start from
- Enter vehicle No.
- Add the EWB No.
- Click on submit button
- Click on print option.
he GST Council reviewed the status of the hardware and software framework required for implementation of the e-way bill system. Following this, in consultation with the states, it was decided that the nationwide e-way bill system will be available on trial basis from January 16, 2018 for traders and transporters to use voluntarily.
The rules governing the compulsory implementation of the e-way bill system across India for inter-state movement of goods will be notified on February 1, 2018. These regulations will be meant to bring uniformity across states for seamless inter-state movement of goods, the government statement mentioned. During the 22nd monthly GST Council meeting in October, Jaitley had declared that the e-way bill be introduced across India in a staggered manner from January 1, 2018 and the document will be made compulsory by April 1, 2018.
Although the national e-way bill system will be available from January 16, states can choose their own dates earlier than June 1, 2018 for rolling out e-way bill. “There are certain States which are already having system of e-way Bill for intra-State as well as inter-State movement and some of those States can be early adopters of national e-way Bill system for intra-State movement also. But in any case, the Uniform System of e-way Bill for inter-State as well as intra-State movement will be implemented across the country by 1st June, 2018,” a government statement said.
Earlier, states were authorised to continue their own separate e-way bill systems till the time one such system on a national-scale was ready. However, representations from transporters and traders called for rollout of a national e-way system at the earliest as its absence was causing hindrances in inter-state movement of goods.
An e-way bill is required for movement of goods worth more than Rs 50,000. Under the GST regime, transporters will have to procure e-way bill from the GST Network portal when hauling goods worth more than Rs 50,000, within or outside a state. Provisions regarding the e-way bill were finalised in August earlier this year. The objective is to streamline movement of goods across and inside state borders and keep track of inter- and intra-state goods transport to check tax evasion.