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 What is e-invoicing?

​​​​​​What is E-Invoicing (FATOORAH)?

Electronic invoicing is a procedure that aims to convert the issuing of paper invoices and notes into an electronic process that allows the exchange and processing of invoices, credit notes & debit notes in a structure electronic format between buyer and seller through an integrated electronic solution.


What is an electronic invoice?

A tax invoice that is generated in a structured electronic format through electronic means. A paper invoice that converted into an electronic format through coping, scanning, or any other method is not considered an electronic invoice.

Tax Invoice

An invoice that is usually issued by a Business to another Business (B2B), containing all tax invoice elements.​

Simplified Tax Invoice

An invoice that is usually issued by a Business to consumer (B2C) containing all simplified tax invoice elements.​

How does E-Invoicing (FATOORAH) work?

E-Invoicing will be rolled-out in two phases in KSA (more details about the phases here​).​
For the first phase, enforced as of December 4th, 2021, for all taxpayers (excluding non-resident taxpayers), and any other parties issuing tax invoices on behalf of suppliers subject to VAT, electronic invoice issuance will be very similar to invoices generated prior to 4 Dec 2021, with invoices issued thr​ough a compliant electronic solution and including additional fields depending on the type of the transaction.

For the second phase, enforceable starting January​ 1st, 2023 in waves, the electronic solution must be integrated with ZATCA's systems and e-invoices should be generated in the required format.​


What are the required fields for the e-invoice in phase one (generation phase) and phase two (integration phase)?


​Tax Invoice Sample



Simplified Tax Invoice Sample

More details on the requirements availablehere​