The Zakat, Tax, and Customs Authority urged its taxpayers who are subject to the E-invoicing Regulation to start with the necessary preparations for their organizations to comply with the requirements of Phase One of the implementation of E-invoicing “FATOORA” that will be enforced in 90 days.
The authority clarified the requirements of Phase One, which are: stopping the generation of handwritten or typed invoices through text editing software or figure analysis software and ensuring the availability of an e-invoicing system or solution that is complaint with the requirements published by the authority.
The requirements to comply also include generating and storing e-invoices with all its elements, including the QR code for simplified tax invoice, the buyer’s tax registration number registered in VAT for the tax invoices, and invoice title in accordance to the generated tax invoice.
Taxpayers subject to the E-invoicing Regulation may view the non-mandatory guide list for e-invoicing solution providers published on the authority’s website (https://bit.ly/3zsReQM), in order to navigate through the available providers. The authority emphasized that the solutions are not limited to the list published, and taxpayers are considered compliant as long as the solution used are compliant with the e-invoicing requirements, even if the solution provider is not included in the list.
Zakat, Tax, and Customs Authority invites the taxpayers subject to the E-invoicing Regulation, solutions providers, and those interested, to contact the authority for any enquirers about e-invoicing (FATOORA) through the unified number (19993) that works 24 hours a week, Ask Zakat and Tax account on Twitter (@zatca_Care), e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), or though instant chats via the website (zatca.gov.sa).