SAT updates to CFDI 3.3 and introduces the ‘payment receipt complement’ + INFOGRAPHIC

On December 5, 2016, Mexico’s Tax Administration Service (SAT) brought forward the release of two technical specifications that will result in updates to the CFDI from 1 July 2017.

As EDICOM reported previously, these updates are designed to ensure a better experience of using e-invoicing and to remedy incidents that are detected over time with the application of this system.

Click here to download the infographic, which details all the changes taking place in 2017 for online digital tax documents.

CFDI version 3.3

On one hand, the announcement features the technical specifications of Annex 20 in its 3.3 version. This new version will coexist with the current version 3.2 simultaneously in the first half of 2017 to facilitate adaptation. This aim of this CFDI upgrade is to promote the quality of the information contained in the CFDI to enable more effective exploitation, opening the door to future simplifications of procedures or eliminating reports.

Payment receipt complement

On the other hand, payment receipt complement version 1.0 must be included in the CFDI issued to confirm the receipt of payments in partial instalments and in those cases where the amount due is received in a single payment, but this is not covered when CFDI was issued, even in the case of credit transactions which are fully paid at a later date than that of issuance of the corresponding CFDI.

This version also comes into force on 1 July 2017, but management or accounting systems will need to be technologically adapted to link payments with their respective bills.

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