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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a tax invoice?

A tax invoice is the invoice created by a GST registered business owner when he sells taxable goods and services. Tax invoices are mandatory for claiming Input Tax Credit.

What is a bill of supply?

A bill of supply is an invoice generated by a GST registered business owner when he sells GST exempt goods or services, or when he is registered under the Composition Scheme.

What is a GSTIN and how can I get one?

GSTIN is a unique 15 digit identification number given to a taxpayer who registers themselves under the GST law in a particular state in India. Check out more details in this link.

How are interstate and intrastate transactions treated under the GST?

In case of intrastate transactions, two taxes; Central GST(CGST) and State GST(SGST) are collected by both Central and State Government. If it is an interstate transaction, a combined tax called Integrated GST (IGST) is collected by the Central Government.

What is the time limit to issue invoices in the GST system?

For services, the tax invoice must be issued within 30 days from the date of the service rendered. 


For goods, it involves two criteria. The invoice must be issued before or at the time of removal of goods (if the supply involves the movement of goods from once place to another), or the invoice must be issued on or before the delivery of goods (if the supply does not involve physical movement of goods from one place to another).

How many copies of invoices are required under the GST?

If you are selling goods, you need to produce 3 copies (one for your customer, one for the transporter of goods, if the sale involves movement of goods, and one for your own records). If you are providing a service, you need to produce 2 copies (one for your customer, and one for your own records).

What is HSN Code, and SAC?

The Harmonized System of Nomenclature (HSN) is an internationally accepted method of naming, classifying and identifying products. HSN code is used to classify goods to compute GST. Each product has a unique HSN code, which must be mentioned on the invoice.


Service Accounting Codes (SAC) is a unique code provided for recognition, measurement and taxation of services, which must be mentioned on the invoice.

What is place of supply under the GST?

Place of supply under the GST is the location of the buyer or receiver of the goods or services. Check out more details on supply under the GST.

What is reverse charge?

In the reverse charge mechanism, the buyer or the receiver of goods or services is liable to pay taxes instead of the seller. Click here to learn more about reverse charge.

What is mixed and composite supply?

Mixed supply under GST is when a taxable person combines two or more individual goods or services and sell it for a single price. Each of these items can be supplied separately.


Composite supply under GST means if a supply is comprising two or more goods or services that are naturally bundled and sold together. These items cannot be sold separately.