Total Invoice Value – New validation Rules
If Invoice value is less than total assessable value and tax values
- Sum of Taxable Amount, CGST Amount, SGST Amount, IGST Amount, CESS Amount, Other Charges and Cess Non Advalorem Amount at “INVOICE LEVEL” should be equal to or less than Total Invoice Value with a grace value of Rs. 2.00 .
- If Total Invoice value is less than the sum of taxable value, tax amounts and other charges then e-way bill does not generate
- And you will get Error i.e. Total invoice value cannot be less than the sum of total assessable value and tax values.
For Example – If the total of all taxable values, tax amount and other charges is Rs. 60,000 and your mentioned invoice value is Rs. 59998 then NIC will allow you to generate E-way bill because here up to Rs. 2 grace value is allowed. But if the difference is more than Rs. 2 for example if you mentioned invoice value as Rs. 59997 (i.e. Rs. 3 difference, greater than grace value Rs. 2) then it will give you an error and E-way bill will not get generated.
If Invoice value more than total assessable value and tax values
- If Total Invoice value is more than the sum of taxable value, tax amounts and other charges then e-way bill will get generated
- with warning message “Total invoice value is more than the sum of total assessable value and tax values”.