EDICOM Authorized by Mexico’s Tax Administration As the First Certified Provider For Receiving Digital Documents
EDICOM has been authorized by Mexico’s tax administration (SAT) as the first provider certified to receive digital documents (PCRDD) after a rigorous process of technological and fiscal auditing. Additionally, EDICOM was the first provider authorized to issue electronic invoices (CFDI) by Mexico’s tax administration in 2010. With this new certification, EDICOM has become one of the main companies in the country to provide fiscal electronic data integration services.
News About Obligatory Electronic Bookkeeping in Mexico
Mexico’s tax administration has implemented new fiscal rules making it obligatory that certain businesses and individuals use electronic bookkeeping. These rules emphasize generating electronic accounting reports and periodically submitting them to the tax administration.
Electronic accounting: One step closer to the “paperless society”
E-accounting is one of the main new tax features for Mexico in 2015. It is part of the process of evolution and improvement of traditional accounting, which streamlines admin procedures for businesses and tightens up fiscal control by the government.