Keep up on what’s happening in the digital transformation of tax worldwide.

E-Transformation (Turkey)

Turkey’s e-transformation started in 2012 when the Turkish Revenue Authority (TRA) introduced the first e-ledger mandate. Turkish reporting mandates have continued to evolve from that point.

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As the End of the Transition Period Looms Large on the VAT Horizon – Businesses Need a Plan-of-Action in Place.

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E-Invoicing (Brazil)

In order to reduce the risk of audits and supply-chain interruptions, companies doing business in Brazil need to adopt an e-invoicing system capable of integrating and automating all of the fiscal requirements within their ERP systems.

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E-Invoicing (Mexico)

Companies operating in Mexico need to be aware that invoices (factura), and how they are presented, can have an effect on their business in Mexico, particularly with Mexican tax authorities.

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E-Invoicing (Colombia)

Colombia’s tax authority, the DIAN, has introduced changes to its e-invoicing model. The new model requires organizations currently invoicing electronically through SAP to implement the new model by November 2, 2019. Companies implementing e-invoicing for the first time should follow the guidance published by the DIAN in Resolución 000020, which requires compliance beginning on August 1, 2019, for many organizations.

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E-Invoicing (Italy)

Italy’s 2018 Budget Bill now requires that you submit all electronic invoices through the governmental electronic invoicing platform: Sistema di Interscambio (SDI).

For Italy, this change is the first step towards a full clearance model, which has been successful in reducing the VAT gap in Latin America.

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South Dakota vs. Wayfair

In June 2018, the United States Supreme Court ruled to uphold South Dakota’s ability to enforce sales tax collection by remote vendors on transactions they make to South Dakota residents. This decision effectively redefines what constitutes economic nexus, and paves the way for states to determine retailers’ obligations based on sales revenue and transaction volume, instead of physical presence.

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