In conducting a business, mistakes are bound to happen. Changes may be made to an invoice. Revising these invoices with the necessary additions is called the ratification of invoices. With Busy accounting software you can integrate and rectify invoices without any hassle. It can take several forms and result in either a revised or supplementary invoice. For example, the price of goods or services may be adjusted upward or downward, or the GST rate may change. A supplementary invoice or debit note can be used to make a positive adjustment, while a credit note can create a negative adjustment. When a registered person must issue an invoice for supplies to obtain registration, a “revised invoice” is generated.
Under GST, all taxable dealers must apply for provisional registration and complete all necessary procedures to obtain a permanent registration certificate. Following receipt of the GST registration certificate, the taxpayer must issue revised invoices for all invoices issued between the period of:
The revised invoice must be sent out within a month of the registration certificate’s issuance date.
The registered person must issue a revised invoice for all invoices between the earlier dates. The taxpayer must issue a revised invoice in the format shown below, including the information from the original invoice.
The following information should be included in an invoice per GST law.
A supplementary invoice refers to a tax invoice issued by a taxable person on discovering a deficiency in an already raised tax invoice. A debit note is another name for it. The function of a supplementary invoice is to correct a mistake on the original tax invoice issued under GST.
In some instances, the original tax invoice’s taxable value of the goods or services may have been understated, leading to a lower tax rate or other errors. In these circumstances, a supplemental invoice or debit note must be generated.
The following are the distinctions between a revised invoice and a supplementary invoice: