Latest Ecuador and Uruguay E-Invoicing Mandates

February 5, 2015 Steve Sprague

Ecuador recently mandated specific taxpayers, including financial institutions and exporters, to issue and validate electronic invoices as of January 1, 2015. Further waves of companies will be required to adapt throughout 2015-6. Failing to comply with the Ecuador SRI’s (Servicio de Rentas Internas) e-invoicing mandates will result in companies being forced to halt operations and face significant tax penalties, as these XML will support the ability to apply for tax credits. Additionally, the introduction of e-Factura in Uruguay has led to a more complex regulatory environment, with companies being required to submit all invoices electronically by July 2015.

For more information about compliance and regulations changes, click here to learn more about changes in Ecuador and click here to learn more about changes in Uruguay.

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Brazil
  • Nota Fiscal - Goods, Services, CTe
  • SPED
  • eSocial

Mexico

  • CFDI & Nomina Electronica
  • eContabilidad

 

Chile
  • DTE & Libros Reporting
Argentina
  • eFactura multi-invoice types
  • Remitto - COTS
Uruguay
  • Documents & Reports
Ecuador
  • Documents & Reports
 
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Please contact us today to discuss the 2016 mandates across all of the countries.

 

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