Electronic invoice combats tax evasion

The electronic invoice has been growing. Version 3.3 that started in a massive way this year has had a good acceptance, it already generates a payment complement and uses the new SAT catalogues.

The version 3.3 that started in a massive way this year has had a good acceptance
The version 3.3 that started in a massive way this year has had a good acceptance

Marco Erosa CEO of Facturador.com, Authorized Provider in Certification of the SAT, is sure that this makes the tax authority receive information with better quality and at the same time it is a great opportunity that as authorized providers see to use it as a tool to improve their processes, reduce corruption, tax evasion and improve the review of accounts of companies that are not up to date.

He adds that if they know how to exploit this information, which is currently generated through digital pages 3.3, many fronts can be attacked that will have great benefits for the country and could even make improvements to administrative processes for companies.

For example, achieve administrative simplification. Making it easier for SMEs to keep their accounts, is key to making them more productive and the electronic invoice what it offers is precisely that.

That is, you can obtain many data requested by the SAT itself, and by making this simplification, positive effects would be achieved in SMEs and in general in the economy by facilitating communication with the authorities.

The trend worldwide, he warns, being Mexico a pioneer oasis in the subject of electronic control, is to continue generating more systematized processes that give certainty to the authorities of the information they receive.

Mining information and applying new technologies to obtain better quality information that helps generate more revenue to the public coffers, include more actors to taxation, reduce evasion; would generate a very high benefit for the country, he concluded.

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