Electronic invoicing for taxpayers is becoming a mandatory issue for companies throughout the world. The latest study on E-Invoicing/E-Billing International Market Overview & Forecast from Billentis calculates a volume of e-invoices exchanged that could reach 36 billion in 2017.
Countries across the American continent have been at the forefront in use of this technology for years, with Mexico and Brazil being the countries with the most advanced e-Invoicing legislations. Tax authorities within Central and South America are looking up to these models and adapting them to their own fiscal models, like those of Costa Rica and Colombia. However, in the United States e-invoicing is still in the initial stages of development in comparison to countries in Latin America and Europe.
Mexico has become a global e-invoicing leader through establishing a system which has influenced e-invoicing compliance on an international level. The Mexican CFDI has experienced updates since 2014 designed to ensure a better user experience, and to solve incidents that are detected over time with the application of this system.
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