The Electronic Invoice Presents a Challenge for the United States
Electronic invoicing is a system for regulating the relationships between businesses and is being used more and more throughout the world. However, in the United States it’s still in the initial stages of development in comparison to countries in Latin America and Europe. This is what Billentis concluded in its last report about the electronic invoice’s status in the world.
e-Invoicing situation in Latin America [White Paper]
EDICOM’s e-Invoicing Observatory has drafted a guide with the requirements and technical features of the electronic billing schema in different Latin American countries. The aim is to make it easy for companies to adapt to this system, widely mandatory across the continent.
Mexico Publishes Modifications to the Third Fiscal Miscellaneous Resolution for 2016
Last July 13th, Mexico’s tax administration published modifications to the third miscellaneous fiscal resolution for 2016 along with its annexes on its website. The planned changes will become effective for taxpayers on August 15th ,although there are some exceptions. The supplement for payments will be mandatory 30 days after the tax administration has made it public.
In the age of globalization, technological interoperability is an obligation for companies, who must be able to connect with any partner, regardless of their location, activity sector or the features of their internal management system
(Mexico) SAT publishes new amendments to general foreign trade rules
On 22 June this year, the Tax Administration Service (SAT), Mexico’s highest tax authority in Mexico, issued a ruling , announcing amendments to rules 3.1.35 and 3.1.36 and the repeal of the single transitory article, section III.