Uruguay: e-Invoice issuers must generate the “e-receipt” before April 1
Companies registered in the Uruguayan Electronic Invoice (CFE – Electronic Tax Receipt) issuing system must issue the so-called e-receipt to document the tax withholdings and payments applied to their bills.
When talking about electronic invoicing in Latin America, Chile is one of the main countries to study. In 2003 the Chilean Administration rolled out the first e-Invoicing model in Latam: the Electronic Tax Document, or DTE. Ever since, this system has developed into a mandatory model that expects to apply to all companies in Chile by 2017. This ambitious bet for a paperless billing system is next on EDICOM’s “e-Invoicing in Latin America” series.
At this point, it is clear that the Latin America invoicing landscape is nothing but homogeneous. With a specific regulation on each country, companies considering their expansion on the south of the equator must familiarize themselves with the different e-Invoicing requirements. This is why at EDICOM’s “e-Invoicing in Latin America” series we continue our journey across the South American continent, making this time a stop in Argentina.
Electronic invoicing is spread unevenly across the Latin American region. Let’s take Brazil as an example. In Latam’s largest economy the electronic invoice is known as Nota Fiscal Eletrônica, or NF-e, and it rolled-out more than a decade ago. It is mandatory for almost every company. Willing to find out more about e-invoicing in Brazil? Then keep on reading this new post of EDICOM’s “e-Invoicing in Latin America” series.
If your company is expanding to Latin America, there are plenty of things you must get familiar with, and invoicing is definitely one of them. Most of the Latin America countries have rolled-out in the past decade mandatory electronic invoicing models, which must be followed by companies. To find out the main characteristics of invoicing in Latin America and learn how they can affect your company, do not miss this second post of EDICOM’s “e-Invoicing in Latin America” series.
We have already been through some of the main benefits of electronic invoicing. They help companies to save time, save money, save storage space… But did you know they can also be used for tax control? In many Latin American countries, e-invoicing is a powerful fiscal tool, which helps both companies and governments to save money. Find out this new feature of digital invoices in this new article of EDICOM’s “100% Compliant e-Invoice” series.
Many companies are starting to realize that their economic growth can not only rely on the domestic market. For U.S. companies, Latin America is probably the first destination to face when considering expansion. This article is the first one of a new “e-Invoicing in Latin America” series. Find out why Latam countries are a fertile source of business opportunities and learn how to get ready for your expansion with, for example, an effective Latam e-Invoicing solution.
What goes on inside your electronic invoice software when you press the “send” button? We take you step by step through the journey e-invoices do when travelling from your computer to your customer’s. Find out why these documents are slightly more complicated than what you may expect and discover the different EDICOM tailored solutions that can make your work much easier.
No matter how much you have embraced technology, there are always new concepts to get familiar with. If you feel electronic invoicing is one of them, At EDICOM we have compiled a list of e-Invoicing FAQs just for you. A perfect way of finishing off with the first part of our “100% Compliant e-Invoice” series.
You already know what an invoice actually is and you can also tell the difference between an electronic and a digital signature, so the next step is finding out if you need electronic invoicing software. On this post of our “100% Compliant e-invoice” series, we will guide you through the reasons why electronic invoicing software products can make a difference and the tailored solutions EDICOM offers