The Indian authorities have recently announced two significant changes related to its e-invoicing framework: While invoices relating to B2C transactions are not within the scope of mandatory e-invoicing in India, it is mandatory to include a self-generated QR code on B2C invoices. The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) has now extended the […]
Afghanistan has delayed plans to implement Value Added Tax to 21 December 2022. A 10% VAT is expected to replace the country’s current business receipt tax (BRT). The Afghanistan Revenue Department is also contemplating amendments to the proposed VAT system so to create a simplified tax scheme for those businesses below the VAT threshold. Once […]
Several months after a draft Decree on invoicing was published, the Vietnamese Government approved on 19 October 2020 the Decree 123/2020/ND-CP regulating invoices and documents. This Decree postpones the e-invoicing mandate until July 1, 2022. The new deadline is in line with the date of implementation of the rules concerning the e-invoicing system envisaged in […]
India’s e-invoicing mandate is live as of yesterday with a last minute 30 day grace period granted for taxpayers in scope to obtain invoice reference numbers. The grace period ends in November and as of November the requirement to include the IRN and the QR code on the invoices will be enforced, meaning that invoices […]
There have been regulatory changes related to the Indian e-invoicing system. The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) issued two new Notifications on 30 July 2020: One of the Notifications is related to the technical aspect of the reform, and the second is related to the taxpayer scope of the mandate. After this […]
A new JSON e-Invoice schema (v1.02) has been released by the Indian Tax Authority. The update includes only minor changes and no new fields. While version 1.02 is now available for testing, version 1.01 will continue as is for some time prior to being phased out.