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| Aug-06-2021

How to Pass Sales Entry in TallyPrime for Sales Done Through E Commerce Operators Like Flipkart, Amazon etc.

A lot of business organizations sell their products through online portals. In such scenarios, the Sales invoice is generated directly from the Website of the E Commerce Operator and issued to customer. The Portal of the E Commerce Operator is pre-set with the required settings as regards to the HSN of the product sold, the tax rate and the chargeability of GST, based on the place of supply of the product. there can be a situation when the end customer, the E Commerce Portal and the Client belong to different states. 

As a rule, the sales transaction passed in Tally should hit the B2B and B2C list of GST 1, based on the GST registration type of the end customer and not the E Commerce Portal. 

Also supplies made to unregistered person(s) outside the state should flow to the relevant column 3.2 of GST 3B. 

The scheme of entries to be passed is explained as under : 

Settings to be done in E Commerce Operator Ledger – GST Details

Is E Commerce Operator - YES

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Sales Entry for B2B Sales - Buyer and Consignee Details Screen

Sales-Entry-for-B2B-Sales-Buyer-and-Consignee-Details-Screen

End Customer Place of Supply is West Bengal – Hence CGST and SGST will be charged

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Online B2C Sales Entry – Buyer Consignee Details Screen

GST Registration Type mentioned as ‘Unregistered’. Place of Supply provided for End Customer.

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Place of Supply is Punjab, hence IGST is Charged

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Another B2C Sales to customer located in West Bengal. CGST and SGST is Charged

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GST -1 Generated from Tally.

1 Invoice appearing in B2B and 2 Invoice appearing in B2C Sales

Invoice-appearing-in-B2B-and-2-Invoice-appearing-in-B2C-Sales

GST 3B from Tally

Sales made to unregistered persons outside the sate appearing in Table 3.2

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