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Benefits of GSTGSS

  • Delay in paying GST will attract penalties and also cause the closure of business. Once the Tax officers start visiting your office, employees will feel uncomfortable and will start leaving the Job. To avoid such huge financial loss, GSTGSS displays a Reminder every month till the Taxes are paid.

  • Production or Sales are not the Ultimate unless your client receives the material in time. Hence Printing Packing List, Labels, courier, and transport details are also maintained along with the delivery challan in GSTGSS, and as per GST Law, an acknowledgment on Delivery Challan is received and recorded before issuing it to the customer.

  • As many people are familiar with their mother tongue and may not know English well, GST invoice software can be used in regional language so that any professional person of India can use GSTGSS in his/her language while preparing a Receipt OR Purchase order or Dispatch note or shipping label. The software is a Windows LAN based on the preface.

  • Permission to provide an agreement on the pre-approved cycle (Daily/weekly/ monthly/ yearly) of transportation is a significant module in GSTGSS.

  • Accurate sales, purchase, and inventory management is the key to run a successful business. In GSTGSS, sales cycle, purchase cycle, and warehouse cycle are handled extremely well.

  • Supplying goods is not only the ultimate task. But identifying the requirement of customers who wanted what and when is much more important to achieve customer satisfaction. Hence, GSTGSS helps in supply on approval using daily reminders.

  • Cross-checking the data before adjusting liability is a must. In GSTGSS, crosschecking of GSTR1 and GSTR3B is programmed such that there will be no blunders and also saves time.

  • In GSTGSS, While printing invoice/bill customers can customize the print configuration/Data and can choose what must be printed in their invoice and what not to be printed.

  • Any business person may make blunders out of ignorance which may cause huge financial loss. Thus GST rules and regulations are implemented in GSTGSS to avoid such blunders and make sure that there will be no financial loss to any business.

  • Setting your product or service’s prices shouldn’t be a random decision focused entirely on profit. It should be a calculated, informed choice where your business identity, brand, and financial stability are considered. In GSTGSS, Users can manage different pricing for various clients depending on customer type or bulk percentage.

  • When customers pay your invoice, and giving customers a way to check they have received all the items, over a series of payments and shipments, can be easy to lose track of what they still owe. Thus GSTGSS tracks part payments, Part bills, and part shipments to make sure that you don't lose track of the payments that you are owed.

  • In GSTGSS GSTR1, GSTR3B, and EWayBill can be uploaded – reducing the price owed to a third party to generate JSON form record and then upload.

  • Multiple Discounts are a great way to engage with your customers, so having this feature available in your software will help generate additional sales. GSTGSS handles multiple discounts to attract customers.

  • GSTGSS is a free to try inventory software for 35 days that lets you see exactly what you're getting into, before officially committing. GSTGSS enables you to personally experience the product using your data after importing existing master data and make a more informed purchase decision.

  • Impact of Effect of offers is implemented in GSTGSS (Tax calculation for free items) thus giving positive effects on consumer perceptions in terms of the value associated with the offer...

  • Our application code is Pre-Scanned by AVAST Anti-Virus (Licensed Version) and each Application is VeriSign endorsed freeware 35 days of ‘No-Obligation’, completely functional, single-user, Anti-Malware scanned and Symantec code approved free action to try before you purchase.

GST-Compliant Goods and Services Sales Software.

Companies are running their business because they are skilled in that technique,operations and know how.

Every business need not be master in the GST Laws and controls. Neither, they have to spend huge money hiring experts to advice every step of bussiness change to comply with GST laws.

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  • Get GST invoice software execution guide.
  • Generate simplistic or venerable bills with multi-Item and multi-tax proportions.
  • Maintain regular supply to common clients.
  • Manage Vending Management, Stock Management, Purchase Management at a reasonable price.
  • Print / transport / email your bills
  • Maintain advance slips, reverse charge, department shifts, Bill of Supply, Export Invoices, Input tax credit.
  • Trace input tax credit on your acquisitions and use ITC.
  • Transport data in Excel - create GSTR-3 B and GSTR-1
  • Citizens can E-mail bills to the clients in excel.
  • Imply data from Excel by simplistic portray.
  • Follow the GST constitutional structure
  • GST Invoice Software is practiced to assist the mission of AMC Management Software, merchandise Billing Software, Manufactory Automation Software, Service Billing, Regular Supply Billing at nominal charges.

GST Impact on Manufacturing Sector and Solution through GSTGSS Software.

GST on Manufacturing


Repository in one state to a repository in various states of the identical firm is deemed a "Trade" in GST. Therefore, the availability of input tax credit on state supply of assets and assistance may commence storehouse re-engineering that can extract an additional level of warehousing in the stocks series, hence leading to more comprehensive cost-benefit. Repository administration is based on arbitrage between differing VAT rates across states, which will no longer operate.

Elimination of various estimates will offer simplification: The former tax management cases assembled assets to excise work, which is measured uniquely in various states. While some states estimates excise duty based on performance value, others estimate it based on amount. Most produced assets’ excise duty is currently rated on MRP valuation. This generates great uncertainty in valuation techniques. GST will lead to an era of transaction-based valuation, estimating tax much more manageable for the business.

Enhanced cash flows: Following the current tax regulations, businesses can maintain the input tax credit on input goods, which appears to be an accurate prediction for a cash progress..

Rigorous and detailed transaction administration: GST points to accomplish advance tax amenability. To make this feasible, businesses must work towards streamlining existing activities; this means extra supplies and expenses. For example, under GST, credit in respect to bills can be taken only up to one year of the receipt date. Also, the terms of reverse charge mean that the obligation to meet tax falls on the receiver of goods/services rather than the supplier. The installment of reverse charge is reliant on the time of supply (30 days from the date of issuance of receipt by the supplier in case of goods and 60 days for services). These changes will need businesses to accurately estimate and trace their supply methods, peculiarly the timelines. This may involve hiring a better-skilled assent workforce, and more trustworthy operations and software. More equitable remunerations will also imply more expenses.

The application of GST will also signal a move away from the generator State tariff practice to a burning State tariff system. Generator States will have a more moderate economic incentive to offer such permits, as GST will only be charged to the State where the accumulations are consumed, as objected to the modern condition where the generator State is charged with necessary sales tax on inter-state purchases..

Following the modern indirect tax regime, the free supply of assets is not directed to VAT. The Model GST Law specifies that particular transactions without compensation would also be handled as supplies. Consequently, free specimens are governed by GST.

The typical GST regulations designates that post-supply refunds are to be prohibited from the business utility, provided such concessions are perceived at or before the time of supply of assets and are linked to the bills for such supplies.

Supply beneath the GST typical Law involves self-supplies such as stock transfers and branch shifts.

Following the GST administration, GST is owed by the business at the negotiation value and is worthy for all consequent resellers up to the final customer. Therefore, the undesirable tax responsibility of the MRP regime will no longer be applicable.

Under the present indirect tax regime, the manufacturing sector is able to set-off most input taxes levied in the production value chain. However, Central taxes cannot be set-off against State taxes and vice versa. This often leads to a situation where manufacturers are unable to set off excess credit of central or state levies. Further, central sales tax paid on inter-state procurements is also not creditable and are costs for the company. Another issue faced currently is the cascading of taxes at the post manufacturing stage. Dealers, retailers etc. are subject to taxes on their input side which are not creditable (service tax on input services, excise duty on capital goods). This leads to an increase in the cost of goods, ultimately affecting the competitiveness of Indian manufactured goods vis-à-vis imports. All of the above issues are addressed under the Model GST Law, which permits tax set offs across the production value-chain, both for goods and services. This will result in a reduction of the cascading effect of taxes and bring down the overall cost of production of goods.

The initiation of GST which is based on the laws of a reduced rate construction and minimization of exemptions will significantly decrease disputes concerning the order of products.


  • The Registered person is expected to issue a Tax billbefore or at the moment of relocation of assets from the repository

  • The Registered person is expected to issue a Tax bill before or within 30 days from the time of rendering assistance

  • A tax receipt is not required to be published if the price is less than Rs. 200/

  • Bill of Supply instead of Tax Invoice is required to be issued in case of Exempted Supply and supply under composition scheme

  • At the duration of bill of Advance, a person is expected to issue a Receipt Voucher.

  • If Supply not made against advance receipt, then person is required to issue Refund Voucher.

  • Invoice will be issued by recipient if supply received from UNREGISTERED DEALER OR UNDER RCM.

  • A payment voucher will be circulated by the receiver in the time of getting payment against supply by the unregistered trader or under RCM.

  • In case of continuous supply of goods, invoice will be made at the time issuance of successive statements or payments

  • Assuming repeated supply of service, (1) date of payment ascertainable (2) date of receive of payment (3) on completion of event

  • If supply of services ceases before completion, invoice is required to be issued to the extent of the supply done.

  • If the assets are dispatched or received or permission, a receipt shall be published at the of approval or six months from the time of removal.

  • Unregistered person will not issue any bill

  • The measure of tax is expected to be specified individually on the bill..

  • Credit Note

  • Debit Note

    • (1) Required to be declared in the return for the month during which such credit note issued

    • (2) It can not be issued later than september following the end of the financial year.