Archive for Mandatory

Electronic invoicing moves forward in Costa Rica: expert opinion

EDICOM's expert explains in this document the evolution of electronic invoicing in Costa Rica. What is the e-Invoicing model? How does the system work? Challenges for companies. What are the technological solutions?

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Italy extends voluntary B2B e-invoicing to January 2019

December 4, 2017  |  Compliance, Electronic Invoicing, Mandatory

It seems that the Italian government has not reached agreement yet with the European Commission on mandatory B2B e-invoicing. Italy is now aiming for 2019 on mandatory B2B e-invoicing.

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Turkish retail giants move into more digitization as per TRA permit

Turkish obligations for usage of “new generation” online fiscal cash registers (“FCR”) and mandatory receipts has been readjusted for taxpayers in organized retail sales sector. eFinans provides you with an update.

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5 considerations for Colombia’s mandatory e-invoicing requirement

5 considerations for Colombia’s mandatory e-invoicing requirement

By January 2019, all companies that pay VAT in Colombia will be required to comply with mandatory e-invoicing. Businesses with operations in Colombia must begin preparing now, while taking these 5 considerations into account.

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3 months later Spain’s SII Real-Time Reporting Rollout continues

November 10, 2017  |  Compliance, Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Mandatory

Several modifications to Spain’s SII Real-Time Reporting mandate are expected to go into effect during 2018 and beyond. Sovos recently announced that SII will expand to Basque Country and Navarra on January 1, and now additional changes are anticipated.

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New obligations in Ecuador for e-invoicing implementations

With Resolution NAC-DGERCGC17-00000430, new taxpayers are required to issue sales vouchers, proofs of retention, and complementary documents electronically according to several characteristics...

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DIAN Colombia selects the taxpayers required to use e-Invoicing as of January 2018

The National Tax and Customs Department (DIAN) has already started to make e-invoicing mandatory and has announced in a recent draft which taxpayers are obligated to use e-invoicing in the next three months.

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Will Italy be the first with mandatory B2B e-invoicing in the EU?

As from 2019 all business to business transactions for the supply of goods and taxable services would have to be submitted through the Sistema di Interscambio: The clearance model!

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