The invoice is a document intended to facilitate the documentation and registration of operations such as the movement of goods or the provision of services between the parties involved. More and more companies are using the electronic version of this document. Do you know, how issue an electronic invoice and reduce bureaucracy and storage concerns?
How to issue an electronic invoice
the broadcast varies by country. Use of Electronic Invoicing has grown a lot in Latin America over the past decade.
Below is an overview of how an invoice is issued 14 countries Latin American.
In Argentina, the information corresponds to the Federal Administration for Public Revenue (Afip). Find out this link to find out if your company can issue e-invoices.
That requirements vary depending on the state in which the company is located. The steps are: obtain a digital certificate, register with the Ministry of Finance, and finally install e-invoicing software on a computer in your company. For more details see side of the Treasury.
Information on issuing electronic invoices can be found in Chile on the Internal Revenue Service (SII) website. The Chilean businessman can use the free SII system or any other tool paid or developed by the company itself.
The national government, through the Decree 2242 of 2015, regulated the conditions of electronic invoicing in Colombia. This new law establishes the electronic invoice as a document equivalent to the sales invoice.
The General Directorate of Direct Taxes of Costa Rica is in the process of redefining the structure of the technical specifications for validating electronic invoices. Learn more in this article.
The Ecuadorian system permits the issuance of tax, credit and debit notes. Visit the page of Internal rental service (SRI) to find answers to frequently asked questions on the topic.
El Salvador has no government policy for issuing e-invoices but is studying the Guatemalan model.
That Tax Administration Inspectorate (SAT) collects the information available to the Guatemalan government for issuing e-invoices.
Electronic invoices have been the only means of tax auditing in Mexico since April 2014. That Tax Administration Inspectorate (SAT) website contains the information you need to know to issue an electronic invoice in this country.
The Directorate General of Revenue (DGI) regulates according to its decree Technique No. 09-2007on electronic invoicing systems.
Panama is developing its electronic invoicing system. this article presents the current status of development.
They exist in Peru two types Ways to issue electronic invoices: The first is with the application of National Inspectorate for Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat). The other is through each company’s own software.
Uruguay has one specific portal with instructions for all companies that need to issue electronic invoices.
The Venezuelan government has not developed a system for issuing tax documents electronically.