Multiple Latin American countries such as Guatemala, Panama or Paraguay develop their own e-Invoicing models. They follow their regional neighbors with more sophisticated e-Invoicing systems such as Mexico, Brazil or Chile. The most important
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Because of the encompassing reporting duties the Brazilian finance and tax authorities know almost everything about companies residing in Brazil. Moreover, they have five years’ time to check submitted data and initiate an audit. Such
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When is it worthwhile to execute the SAP roll-out in Latin America? Due to the regulatory density, implementing a SAP system is ideal for reducing complexity and ensuring legal security. Developments over the last few
While electronic invoicing in Europe and North America aids in systematization and facilitates transactions, e-invoicing in Latin America serves another purpose. As the invoice recipient, the authorities are responsible for authorization. Companies are only entitled