The new CFDI cancellation policy will go into effect on November 1st (Updated)


Starting on November 01, 2018, the CFDI cancellation policy (online digital tax document), approved by Mexico’s tax administration will go into effect. It’s a new measure that will avoid excessive CFDI cancellations, a problem, which affects a number of taxpayers and is favored by the underground economy. This change along with others scheduled throughout 2018 … Continued

The SAT updates version 1.1 of the CFDI’s INE Complement


Version 1.1 of the INE Complement, which went into effect on September 1, 2016, has recently been updated with changes to some of its fields to adapt it to version 3.3 of the CFDI. The update does not affect version 1.1 but it is mandatory that the changes be implemented in taxpayers’ systems. These are … Continued

CFDI 3.2 and CFDI 3.3 coexistence period extended until January 1, 2018


In a recent communiqué , the SAT confirmed that the mandatory use of CFDI 3.3 will be delayed until January 1, 2018. This means that version 3.2 can continue to be used until December 31, 2017. Among other facilities, the optional use of the e-Payment Receipt has also been extended until March 31, 2018, so … Continued

The Retail Complement Can Still Be Used with CFDI version 3.3


Mexico’s tax administration has decided to maintain the use of the retail complement with the new version (3.3) of the online digital tax document. Initially when version 3.3 of the online digital tax document was defined, it was implied that this complement would no longer be used. However, the tax administration has confirmed that this … Continued

EDICOM is ready to stamp invoices with CFDI version 3.3


On July 1, the option of using the new CFDI version 3.3 came into force, prior to becoming mandatory on December 1, 2017. If you are already using the new CFDI version 3.3, you should know that EDICOM is now authorized by the SAT to stamp these electronic invoices. The process has already been validated … Continued

Payment Advances management with Version 3.3 of the CFDI


The Mexican tax administration (SAT) has defined the way to manage payment advances with the new 3.3 version of CFDI. The tax administration has indicated that the payment receipt complement will not be used for controlling advances, but rather a general online digital tax document will be used. The tax administration has defined the mode … Continued

Mexico’s Tax Administration Has Published New Guidelines Regarding the Online Digital Tax Document


Mexico’s tax administration is continuing with its policy to improve electronic invoicing as well as the online digital tax document. These improvements stem from the tax administration’s conversations with key actors involved in the digital transformation of the country such as entrepreneurs, accountants, system developers and providers that are authorized and certified. –> Download hete … Continued