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E-Way Bill In Haryana

An e-way bill in Haryana is a document you could use for tracking your goods in transit. It was introduced under the GST(Goods and Service Tax) and has become easy to use with the help of maintaining ledgers. You can generate e-way bills at the click of a button and share them with your customers and suppliers.

Moreover, if you have e-way billing  software like myBillBook, which you can sync to the GST invoices, purchase invoices, your bills of supply, and your supplier and customer accounts,

This blog briefs you on when you are supposed to generate e-way bills, what documents you need, and the format in which you must fill an e-way bill in Haryana.

When Should You Generate an E-way Bill in Haryana?

If you have a GST registration and goods in transit, then you must generate an e-way bill in Haryana based on the following conditions:

  • If you are GST registered and have goods of Rs.50,000 or more in value in transit(you can even generate the e-way bill if the valuation of the goods is less than Rs. 50,000)
  • If you are GST-registered and are receiving a supply from a non-GST-registered person
  • If you were a transporter who is carrying goods via road, rail, or air when the supplier missed generating an e-way bill Haryana

Note: The e-way bill limit in Haryana 2022 is Rs 50,000.

Documents Needed for an E-way Bill Generation in Haryana

  • Documents on the consignment of goods, such as bills of supply or challans and invoices
  • If the transportation is by rail, air, or ship, documents such as “Transporter ID,” “Transport document number,” and date

Format of the Haryana GST E-way Bill

An e-way bill in Haryana has two parts. Part A of the Haryana GST e-way bill collects consignment-related details, usually the invoice details. Apart from these, you have to provide the following additional information:

  • The HSN code of the transported items
  • The HSN code’s first two digits, if the turnover is less than Rs 5 crores,
  • Challan number or invoice
  • A four-digit HSN code is necessary if the turnover exceeds Rs 5 crores.
  • The delivery location’s pin code
  • The recipient’s GSTIN
  • Transportation’s purpose
  • Consignment’s value
  • transport document number

Part B of the e-way bill consists of the details of the transporter (i.e., vehicle number and transporter ID).

These two parts together contribute to generating the e-way bill in Haryana.

FAQs on e-Way Bill Haryana

Is there an e-way bill limit in Haryana?

Yes. The e-way bill limit in Haryana is Rs 50,000.

What details should I be aware of to enter in the part-B section of an e-way bill?

You must not miss entering your "vehicle number" and "transporter ID" in Part B of the e-way bill.

Can I generate an e-way bill with no documents in hand?

No, You must carry the following to make sure you generate an e-way bill:

  1. Consignment goods-related documents (bills of supply or challans and invoices)
  2. Transportation-related documents("Transporter ID," "Transport Document Number," and date)

Is it mandatory to generate e-way bills in Haryana if my goods in transit have a value of Rs. 21,000?

No, You need not generate an e-way bill unless you have goods of Rs.50,000 or more in transit.

What comes under Part-A of the e-way bill?

Part-A of the e-way bill comprises The HSN code of the transported items

  • The HSN code's first two digits are if the turnover is less than Rs 5 crores, or four digits if it exceeds Rs 5 crores.
  • Challan number or invoice
  • delivery location’s pin code and recipient's GSTIN
  • Transportation’s purpose and document number
  • Consignment’s value

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