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Electronic invoicing: how to do it?

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Since June 1, all companies with revenues under 23 tax tax units (ITU) must invoice and issue sales receipts electronically, in accordance with Superintendence Resolution No. 128-2021, of the National Superintendence of Tax Administration (Sunat).

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According to Álvaro Ravichagua, General Manager of the Tandia electronic sales and invoicing system, about 400,000 mypes have an annual billing of less than S/ 105,800.

According to the specialist, the sanctions for companies that do not comply are very serious. “According to the Tax Code, the penalty for not issuing electronic payment receipts can be equivalent to 50% of 1 UIT and reach up to 2 UIT, which represent S/ 9,200. This in the first recognized fault. As of the second fault, the closure of the company is applied”, he affirms.

How can you quickly switch to electronic invoicing?

Yes ok Sunat has its own electronic invoicing system, its use can be complicated and slow for many entrepreneurs, not to mention that this platform has frequent crashes. The other way is to register in a sales system, which allows you to process electronic invoices and bills easily and quickly.

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It should be remembered that the process of making electronic invoicing mandatory in Peru began in 2018 and, although the pandemic slowed its progression, we currently have more than 230,000 companies that already use electronic proof of payment.

According to the Ministry of Production (Produces), more than 1.7 million formal micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) operate in Peru.

This segment represents 99.5% of all formal companies: 95.2% are micro-enterprises; 4.1% small and 0.2% medium, of which very few know of other alternatives to invoicing electronically, in addition to Sunat.

Source: Larepublica

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