Archive for Compliance

Taiwan mandates e-receipts (invoices) for food safety and tracebility purposes

September 2, 2015  |  Asia, Compliance, Electronic Invoicing

On 1 January 2016, firms in the meat, dairy products, lunchbox, genetically modified produce, flour and starch industries will also be required to use electronic invoicing. This very same requirement was placed on the oil industry last year, after a series of tainted oil scandals.

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Major changes to indirect tax legislation are coming to Latin America [background]

The pace of LATAM legislative changes is faster than ever as governments aim to expand the tax base and collect every penny, peso or reais they can. Current mandates are changed before companies can fully grasp the implications!

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Upcoming webinar: Peru SUNAT publishes e-invoicing mandate for all MNO’s

Join Invoiceware on Thursday, August 27th at 12pm for their upcoming webinar and make sure you solve the SAP configuration issues, the Libros reporting extracts, the web service integration and the assistance and management of your certification.

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Top 10 Mistakes in Latin American Compliance That Can Cost Millions

With fines, penalties and operational disruptions due to an inadequate approach to managing e-invoicing and reporting mandates in Latin America, multinationals in this region should take note to avoid common errors.

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[UPDATED] Argentina, Mexico and Brazil cooperate to exchange compliant international e-invoices

The program's objective is to establish an e-invoice information system between the three pilot administrations and once in place participation will be extended to other member countries of the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations (CIAT).

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Indonesia: mandatory e-invoicing as from 1 July 2016

Indonesia: mandatory e-invoicing as from 1 July 2016

August 19, 2015  |  Asia, Compliance, Electronic Invoicing

As from 1 July 2015, taxable companies registered in Java and Bali are required tot use electronic invoices. And as from 1 July 2015 all Indonesian companies are required tot use electronic invoices.

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AFIP delays mandatory e-invoicing until 1 October 2015

AFIP has unveiled that until October 1, 2015 all difficulties reported by taxpayers in meeting the e-invoicing obligation will be taken into consideration. This means that until that date, invoices issued on paper will continue to be valid.

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Webinar replay: Colombia mandates electronic invoicing

With neighbors Chile and Mexico as models, Colombia is tackling tax evasion and reducing government expenditures through the implementation of e-invoicing, tighter scrutiny of tax-exempt NPO's and strict controls on public spending.

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Three reasons why SAP gaps in LATAM B2G compliance require a 3rd party

It’s understandable that MNO's operating in Latin America’s complex regulatory environment first look to their ERP for compliance solutions. However, there are several factors that need to be considered when planning out your LATAM compliance strategy.

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Why Mexcian Acccounts Payable SHOULD be automated

New Mexican eContabilidad (eAccounting) requirements go into effect this September. The SAT, Mexico’s tax authority, will now have the ability to examine accounting reports and subsequent line item tax deductions, requiring added Accounts Payable diligence.

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