Bill of Supply

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What is a bill of supply?

A bill of supply is issued in cases where taxes cannot be charged on the goods or services sold. As a bill of supply is issued instead of a regular tax invoice, the time limits pertaining to issuing invoices apply to the bill of supply as well.

When is a bill of supply issued?

Bill of supply is issued in the following cases:

When is a bill of supply not required?

A bill of supply is not required when:

Format of a bill of supply:

Based on the rules prescribed by the Government, here is what a sample bill of supply will look like in the GST regime:

Bill of Supply

NOTE: If the recipient is not registered under GST, it’s mandatory to mention the name, address and place of supply on the bill of supply for transactions worth over Rs. 50,000.

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