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Sunat: from June 1 all companies must issue electronic receipts

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The National Superintendency of Customs and Tax Administration (Sunat) recalled that the process of incorporating micro and small businesses (mypes) to the electronic receipt ends on June 1.

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According to Superintendency Resolution No. 128-2021/Sunat, MSEs with annual income of less than S/ 96,600 must issue invoices and electronic credit notes from April 1, while as of June 1 they are obliged to issue electronic sales tickets. This group of companies was the last to adapt to the provisions of the standard.

In the case of companies with income greater than S/ 345,000 (75 UIT), the transition period to electronic invoicing was until January 1, 2021. While companies with income between 23 UIT and 75 UIT had from January 1 and April 1 of this year to adapt to the new format.

Electronic issuers increased

Sunat highlighted that, until April of this year, a total of 607,148 electronic issuers of payment vouchers were registered. The number represents an increase of almost 50,000, compared to the 557,741 registered as of December 2021.

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“It is expected that, in the following months, the number of issuers of electronic payment vouchers will increase considerably, taking into account the schedule for the progressive incorporation of small businesses to electronic issuance,” he said in a press release.

He also noted that, in January of this year, electronic issuance was arranged for businesses with annual income of S/ 96,600 and S/ 315,000.

Benefits for entrepreneurs

The issuance of electronic payment vouchers represents a series of benefits for small entrepreneurs and their enterprises in relation to the management of their business and the collection of the invoice, integrating it with electronic means of payment and access to financing through factoring. Likewise, it contributes to the protection of the environment and our natural resources by stopping using paper, says Sunat.

Another advantage is that electronic payment receipts bring significant savings in costs in paper printing, time, distribution and filing, as well as improved customer relationship management through magnetic media.

In order to massify the use of the CPE in the country, Sunat has developed free web and mobile applications that make it easier for taxpayers to electronically issue invoices and bills of sale.

Progress of the issuance of electronic receipts

Until April, 77% of the electronic issuers of payment vouchers use free applications provided by Sunat such as the Web portal or the Emprender APP, while 19% issued their vouchers from their own systems and 4% made them through an Electronic Services Operator (OSE), reported the institution.

The daily number of vouchers issued reaches 8.3 million. Meanwhile, the figure rises to 241 million per month and exceeds 2,889 million per year.

Source: Larepublica

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