9 must read resources on Mexican CFDI e-invoicing transition as from 2014

August 9, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Legal

The Mexico SAT, their governmental tax agency, announced the mandatory transition of all invoices, for companies generating more than 250,000 pesos in revenue annually, to an electronic process known as CFDI as from 1 January.  With nearly 500,000 organizations potentially having to switch by the end of 2013, there is a mad rush to identify resources and solutions.

Here are 9 must read posts on this issue from Invoiceware, written by Scott Lewin:

- The Changes in Mexico are OFFICIAL – Deadline set for December 2013

- Mexico CFDI – The Basics Explained

- Mexico eInvoicing – NO CFD Grandfather clause

- Mexico CFDI eInvoicing – Red Flags to Avoi in Mexico CFDI eInvoicing

- 5 Questions to Ask a PAC

- Did you just implement a Single Point of Failure

- Don’t Forget the SAP Configuration

- Printers, what do you mean I have to manage Printers?

- Where is my Money? DSO Alert

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