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Welcome to Brazil: the land of samba, caipirinhas and e-Invoicing

by Lucy Ashdown 9. July 2014 09:05 AM
In the first of a series of posts about Latin American tax compliance, Tungsten Network’s Compliance Manager Lucy Ashdown talks us through the intricacies of Brazilian tax law, and explains why Brazil is a world leader in electronic invoicing. [More]
Markus Hornburg. Click to know more about author.

Despite progress, European e-Invoicing remains a taxing issue

by Markus Hornburg 23. May 2014 04:12 AM
European politicians are finally catching up with reality and embracing e-Invoicing, but there will inevitably be scepticism about the success of such EU-wide projects, and for good reason. [More]
Benito Celorio. Click to know more about author.

An update on e-Invoicing in Mexico: the move to CFDI invoices

by Benito Celorio 28. October 2013 11:17 AM
To help you keep on top of the latest developments, Markus Hornburg, VP Compliance at OB10, spent some time with Benito Celorio, CEO at Buzón E, our e-Invoicing partner in Mexico, and Vice President at AMEXIPAC, the country’s association for service providers (PACs). They discussed how companies are responding to the coming deadline to start adopting CFDI invoices, how the government is helping small businesses and is developing CFDIs further. [More]
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When is a credit note not a credit note? When it’s a Korrekturbeleg in Germany

by Markus Hornburg 26. August 2013 09:40 AM
The German regulations have recently changed regarding use of the term ‘credit note’ (Gutschrift). It may seem minor but it can have a significant impact on your business. I give an overview of how the term is used and the changes. [More]
Stefan Foryszewski. Click to know more about author.

The inevitability of e-Invoicing – part 3 – harnessing the informal economy

by Stefan Foryszewski 16. August 2013 04:52 AM
In my final post on the inevitability of e-Invoicing I look at how some countries – in particular those considered emerging markets – have taken a more forceful approach to e-Invoicing to gain control of the informal economy, and finally why size matters when evaluating e-Invoicing networks. [More]
Stefan Foryszewski. Click to know more about author.

The inevitability of e-Invoicing – part 2 – governments seek cost savings

by Stefan Foryszewski 7. August 2013 10:02 AM
In the second part of my series exploring why e-Invoicing adoption is inevitable, I look at how governments around the world are pursuing electronic invoicing to harness cost savings and be more productive. [More]
Markus Hornburg. Click to know more about author.

e-Invoicing in Mexico: the inside track

by Markus Hornburg 13. June 2013 08:49 AM
Attending the AMEXIPAC annual event for e-Invoicing service providers in Mexico, I was part of a group of passionate end users, service providers, government officials and consultants all focused on driving through the efficiencies from mandated e-Invoicing in Mexico. Together we heard about the government's latest announcements... including some interesting news on archiving. [More]
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Does Italy’s mandate create too many hurdles?

by Markus Hornburg 4. June 2013 04:21 AM
Italy is the latest country to announce it will introduce a mandate for e-Invoicing.

This is the right step forward but are the requirements too complex and heavy handed, and do they contravene the EU directive on equal treatment? [More]
Carlos García Aguillón. Click to know more about author.

Mexico's quest for total e-Invoicing

by Carlos García Aguillón 26. April 2013 04:52 AM
Mexico is held up as the poster child for the e-Invoicing mandate with significant adoption success. Carlos García Aguillón, Account Executive at Buzón e, OB10’s partner in Mexico, examines the regulatory changes that are expected this year, and what companies must do to comply and improve their processes. [More]