This omnibus resolution includes important new features affecting taxpayers, as it lowers the income threshold to be able to continue issuing printed invoices, setting the limit at $250,000.00, which means incorporation to the CFDI schema of all taxpayers with earnings between $250,000.00 and $4,000,000.00, who were previously exempt.
Moreover, the ruling announces the final deadline for CFDissuance as 31 December 2013.
The phasing out of the CFD model means that all those businesses that to date were issuing their invoices for tax purposes pursuant to the provisions for said schema are now migrating to the CFDI model.
This change involves the adaptation of electronic file issuing systems that conform the invoices in accordance with the current technical specifications and participation in the process of an Authorized Certification Provider (ACP) to certify each CFDI generated, declaring them to the SAT on behalf of the taxpayer.
EDICOM, first ACP in Mexico
EDICOM is an international leader in the development of data integration platforms that responds to electronic document interchange solutions, as well as an authority on Electronic Invoicing issues.
Up and running in Mexico since 2000, Edicom is one of the most experienced technology companies in rolling out transactional systems in ASP – SaaS mode, with its own infrastructure in service mode via the “EDICOM B2B Cloud Platform” since 2003.
Our expertise in developing technical infrastructures in the “cloud”, along with extensive experience providing services to some of the world's leading companies in their respective sectors, were deciding factors in becoming the first ever ACP authorized by the SAT in November 2012.