GST Invoice Template For Retailers in Excel, OpenOffice Calc, Google Sheets, and PDF for retailers to sell goods on MRP (Maximum Retail Price) including GST.
Insert data in all the sections of the Invoicing Setup File. Go to GST Invoice Template. The date is auto-populated. Select the Customer ID from the dropdown list. It will fetch all the customer details like name, address, GSTIN, POS, etc.
Select the type of invoice from the dropdown list: “Cash or Credit”. If the invoice is cash the days and due date will disappear.
But if the invoice is a credit invoice, then it automatically fetches days and due dates according to the credit period defined in the setup file.
Select “Product ID” and it auto-populates product name, HSN code, rate, Taxable value, GST percentage, and Amount. You just need to enter the quantity.
Insert remarks if applicable. Click on the “Print” button to print the invoice. That’s it. Your invoice is ready.
Additionally, the invoice sequence is configured with VBA code and changes automatically after the printing of each invoice. You can also generate client-wise, date-wise, and location-wise billing statements.
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Contents of GST Invoice Template For Retailers
This template consists of 4 Sheets: Setup File, GST Invoice Template for Retailers, GST Sales Register, and Printable GST Invoice Format For Retailers.
Invoicing Set Up File
It consists of the 3 sections: Supplier Information, Client Information, and Product Information.
Supplier information consists of the following:
Customer Information consists of the following columns:
POS is the state in which the customer/buyer is located. As per GST rules, if it is different from the supplier location, IGST will be applicable. Whereas, if the supplier and buyer location are from the same state then CGST and SGST will be applicable.
The Product Information section includes the following:
Price/Rate per Unit
This is a setup file that helps to configure the automation of the GST Invoice Template for Retailers so that you don’t have to manually type client as well as product information. These entries are to be made only one time to save time
GST Invoice Template For Retailers
GST invoice template consists of 5 sections: Supplier Information, Customer Information, Product Information, Summary section, and Other Information.
This section is also auto-populated based on the information given in the setup file. It fetches supplier information like company name, company address, GSTIN, and Location. Followed by the Supplier information, it consists of the Invoice heading “Tax Invoice” as per the GST Act.
The date and invoice number are auto-populated. It starts at 1 and after the print command will display the next number in a sequence.
If you want to change it, insert a number of your choice. Make sure it is only a number. Otherwise, the invoice number will not change.
Moreover, select Customer ID from the dropdown list and it auto-updates all of the following details:
Type of Invoice
Furthermore, the Product Information section consists of the following columns:
CGST & SGST / IGST
The serial number is auto-populated. Select Product ID and it fetches all details except the quantity. You need to insert the quantities of products manually.
As this is an invoice for selling goods on MRP, the price of the product includes GST in it. Thus, the taxable value is derived by deducting the respective GST percentage from the Amount column.
According to the GST Act 2017, if the location of supplier and POS of the client are the same then CGST & SGST will be applicable. And if they both are different, then IGST will be applicable.
The template automatically displays “CGST & SGST” or “IGST” applicability based on the information in the customer information section.
Invoice Summary and Other Information
The summary section displays the summary of the invoice. If the invoice is an Intra-state invoice it displays CGST and SGST calculations. Whereas, if the invoice is Inter-state, then it displays IGST calculations.
The other information section includes the “Remarks” section, signature section, and other miscellaneous details.
Click on the “Print” button and the invoice will open the “Save as PDF” dialog box.
Once you execute the command the invoice number will automatically jump to next in the sequence.
GST Sales Register
After you issue the invoice and supply the goods to your customer, it is necessary to maintain client-wise records of invoices. Hence, we have created a GST sales register to record your invoices.
This sheet consists of the following details:
Insert date and invoice number. Select the Customer ID and it will fetch other customer-related details like GSTIN, and Location.
Moreover, insert the amount of CGST and SGST, or IGST, whichever is applicable. The taxable value column is auto-populated.
Additionally, you can generate client-wise, date-wise, and location-wise billing statements using the “Filter” option.
Printable GST Invoice Format
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GST Regulations For Selling Goods on MRP
Penalties for charging GST on MRP products
The government has defined rules for those retailers who sell goods more than the MRP. First and foremost, a consumer can file a complaint against such retailers. The customer needs to file this complaint at National Anti-Profiteering Authority. Such retailer is subject to a penalty of Rs.1 lakh or one year of imprisonment.
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