SAUDI ARABIA

Three steps outlined for taxpayers to take in first phase of E-invoicing

July 07, 2021

RIYADH — The Zakat, Tax, and Customs Authority has outlined three main steps for taxpayers who are subject to the E-invoicing (FATOORAH) regulation. Those steps will enable them to comply with the requirements of the first phase of E-invoicing, which will be enforced starting Dec. 4, 2021.

The three steps are: Stop issuing handwritten invoices, or invoices issued manually through text editing softwares, ability to generate and store the invoices electronically through a compliant E-invoicing system which can be a cash register machine, a cloud system, or an enterprise resource planning software (ERP).

Additionally, the simplified tax invoices must include a QR code, and the tax invoices must include the VAT number of the buyer if the buyer is a registered VAT taxpayer.

The Authority endeavors to smoothly introduce the implementation of E-invoicing, which will be effective by Dec. 4, this year, through announcing steps and requirements, and continually informing taxpayers who are subject to the E-invoicing regulation.


July 07, 2021
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