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In 2008, Brazil adopted a clearance electronic invoicing model in which the country’s tax authority must receive and clear an invoice before a supplier can issue it to a payer. More than a decade later, the Brazilian tax administration’s digitization has evolved so much that other tax administrations call Brazil the Google of fiscal goods. Current regulations include electronic invoices for: supplies of goods (NF-e), services (NFS-e), transport services (CT-e), freight (MDF-e), SPED, REINF and, more recently, for the supply of electricity (NF3e). This document provides an overview of the mandates and regulations in Brazil.
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