The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority called on the taxpayers, and E-Invoicing solutions providers to go through the simplified guide for E-Invoicing via the E-Invoicing (FATOORAH) page on the website (gazt.gov.sa).
The guide includes requirements for compliance with E-Invoicing (FATOORAH) and the phases of the implementation enforceable as of December 4, 2021. In addition, the guide explains the two types of invoices, standard tax invoice, which is used usually between two VAT registered business, and the Simplified tax invoice, which is used usually between business and customer.
In addition, the guide includes the way E-Invoicing (FATOORAH) works, and the prohibited functions that taxpayers should avoid when the regulation is enforced in December 4th this year.
Taxpayers and solution providers can view the frequently asked questions about E-Invoicing (FATOORAH), where the authority is updating the FAQs periodically.
The authority's publication of the simplified guide for E-Invoicing (FATOORAH) comes as part of its efforts to simplify the rules and regulations and facilitating compliance for taxpayers, and solution providers, in this regard, the authority holds awareness workshops for E-Invoicing (FATOORAH) frequently.
ZATCA invites the taxpayers, solution providers and those interested to reach out for any inquiries related to E-Invoicing via:
• The unified number (19993) that works 24/7.
• Twitter account (@Gazt_care).
• E-mail (email@example.com).
• Instant chats via the website (gazt.gov.sa).