The electronic billing it will seek to be a technological tool to improve and enhance companies in 2022; thus, they may benefit from the financial inclusionopportunity optimization and overall business management, according to Kenneth Bengtsson, CEO of Efact.
The issuance of electronic vouchers recovers after registering a drop in 2020, after the start of the pandemic.
“Since the beginning of the pandemic, it has been observed that fewer vouchers have been issued, even when new companies have emerged. The market is recovering little by little and that is a good indicator of the future. In 2021 we see an 85% rise in the number of invoices issued, and companies are more willing to digitize and adopt new tools to boost their businesses,” the expert said in a press release.
To the rebound is also added that the Business They are more open to the use of electronic invoicing and the alternatives it offers, such as financing access products such as factoring, or the same business loans.
The expert stated that this trend would increase in 2022 with the new SUNAT regulations that will allow nearly 430,000 taxpayers to start issuing electronic receipts as of April.
“If a physical receipt is received, it will not be recognized by SUNAT, which will prevent companies from justifying expenses. Only a very small group that lives in areas without connectivity will be exempt from this obligation,” Bengtsson mentioned.
In this way, the new taxpayers who will be required to issue digital receipts in April would be micro-enterprises that have electronic invoicing solutions available that adapt to their needs.
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