Azerbaijani Ministry of Taxes switches to e-invoice

December 18, 2012  |  Adoption, Asia, Electronic Invoicing, Government

Those of you who are into the game of chess might be a bit more familiar with Azerbaijan than we are. Chess grandmaster Teimour Radjabov is from the Western Asian (or is it Eastern European?) country and ranks 4th in the world. Oh, another interesting fact about Azerbaijan: its Ministry of Taxes is preparing the country for the use of e-invoices. The Azerbaijan Press Agency (APA) reports that the ministry has already prepared a relevant draft decision on the form, application, and use of accounting rules of the e-invoice.

Battling corruption with transparency

APA’s source told them that “this is the continuation of previous work carried out to eliminate the number of corruption cases in the activity of state bodies and to increase the transparency.” The Taxes Ministry has posted a survey to support the application of the new e-invoice under the title “Do you applaud the use of e-invoices?”. You can find the survey on the ministry’s official website and Facebook page. This neat video explains the ministry’s plans in more detail.

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