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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 with the SAT and is now up and running. Taxpayers who have already implemented the new CFDI version 3.3 will be able to stamp their invoices with EDICOM from the outset.

EDICOM was the first PAC in Mexico and, since CFDI invoicing via Internet became mandatory, we have been working with the SAT on the development of the new electronic invoice, contributing our vision and experiences with clients to help simplify tax compliance.

Taxpayers now have 5 months, until December 1, 2017, to finish adapting and migrating to the new version of CFDI and also to adopt the new add-ons scheduled:

  • Payment Receipt Complement: Optional from July 1, 2017 with e-Invoicing version 3.3 only, and mandatory as of December 1, 2017.
  • Foreign Trade Complement: Versions 1.0 and 1.1 will coexist during 2017. Then, as of January 2018, the only authorized version will be 1.1.
  • Payroll Complement: Version 1.2 has been operating since April 2017.

EDICOM is fully operational and ready to stamp invoices with the new version and implement the necessary requirements for rollout of the new add-on features.


Edicom has been an Authorized Certification Provider (PAC) since 2010 and since 2015 is also a Digital Document Receipt Certification Provider (PCRDD). The dual certification as PAC and PCRDD is a guarantee for clients, who can now centralize all their tax compliance-linked processes in a single provider, thus boosting efficiency and maximizing the advantages.

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