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In “Competitive Landscape: Supplier E-Invoicing Software, 2020,” we believe Gartner examines the key drivers for the increased adoption of e-invoicing software. To learn what Gartner’s experts believe are the key drivers for the e-invoicing industry for the next five years, download the full report.
At a time when the global VAT landscape is undergoing significant change, we teamed up with Shared Services Link to understand more about the key challenges faced by AP and VAT professionals at multinational companies and what their focus is for 2021 and beyond.
As governments and regulators around the world are embarking on their digital transformation, organizations need to ensure they keep their indirect tax transformation one step ahead. In this series of articles from leading journalists, learn how digital tax is evolving globally and what the changes mean for your business.
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.
Mexico is a pioneer in electronic invoicing and VAT enforcement, having begun its digitization journey in 2010. Today, Mexico has
one of the most technologically advanced tax administrations in the world. Companies unaware of or unprepared for Mexican
e-invoicing mandates could face significant fines and penalties, along with supply-chain disruptions and cash-flow issues. This
document provides an overview of mandates and regulations in Mexico.
Failure to comply with business-to-government regulations in Latin America can impact critical business functions, not only resulting in millions of dollars in fines and penalties, but also shipping delays and operational shut-downs. In the most complex regulatory environments, such as Brazil, these mandates even affect sales, procurement and HR functions. Though the end goal of […]