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Since the advent of GST, one aspect of EWB not contested much is its correlation to the data reported in the GSTR1. While GSTR1 is essentially a detailed report on all of your outward supplies, EWB is a sub-set to the GSTR 1 carrying details of only those outward supplies where there is movement of goods over and above a threshold limit. Also, there can be a scenario where EWB needs to be generated for movement of goods on delivery challans, but these supplies do not find their way directly in terms of “value reported” in GSTR1.
Read this blog to understand the different rules and compliance you need to know regarding Job work under GST.
Eway Bill, which came into effect from 1st April, is to be generated for all movement of goods and covers goods being exported and imported. Let us now look at the export transactions
Eway Bill rules are now effective across the country for movement of goods subject to the conditions specified. There are certain import transactions where Eway Bill is to be generated.
E-way Bill provisions are effective almost in all states for inter and intra-state transactions.