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The SAT announces changes to the Carta Porte Complement

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The SAT announces changes to the Carta Porte Complement

Mexico- On November 18, with 12 days before the trial period of the Carta Porte Complement comes into effect, the Tax Administration System (SAT) announced new changes it made to the document.

While the various economic sectors are processing extensions for the obligation to present it, the tax authority reported the changes that include modifications to “domicile and” transport parts “, which will force taxpayers to review the process before its implementation.

Yamilee Dávalos Rosillo, billing manager at Facturador.com, urges the obligated parties to seek advice from an expert and thus avoid coming into conflict with the tax authority, either due to an error in the Porte Letter or in the electronic accounting.

As is known, the Carta Porte supplement must be included in the Digital Tax Receipt by Internet (CFDI) for the transfer operations or for the transport services of goods or merchandise, which are carried out within the national territory.

Although it began its validity on June 1, and its trial period begins this December, it is mandatory from January 1, 2022, when the SAT will begin to sanction those who do not have it in their possession.

In this sense, Dávalos Rosillo, warns that whoever does not comply with this new provision will be entitled to fines that can reach almost 100,000 pesos.

“In the case of those who do not issue, do not deliver or do not make available to customers the CFDI with Carta Porte supplement, being obliged to do so, or do not comply with the tax requirements, there will be an infraction ranging from 17 to 93 thousand pesos ”, States according to the SAT.

Taking the foregoing into account, the expert warns that for repeat offenders the SAT may, additionally, preventively close the taxpayer’s establishment for a period of three to fifteen days. In the case of individual taxpayers with business activities, the fines range from 1,400 to 2,960 pesos.

In principle, in the document referred to by Davalos Rosillo, it is stated that the transfer-type CFDI with Carta Porte complement must be issued prior to the movement of goods and merchandise by the owner of the cargo, when it is transfer by own means.

In turn, a company dedicated to the transport of goods or merchandise must issue the income-type CFDI with a Letter Porte complement to be able to accredit the transfer of goods or merchandise in national territory, and generate the printed representation or the digital file of this, to prove the possession and transfer of goods or merchandise.

“It is very important to prepare this process because later mistakes can cost entrepreneurs dearly, which can ultimately affect their billing and their electronic payroll”.

(I.S.)


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Mexico- On November 18, with 12 days before the trial period of the Carta Porte Complement comes into effect, the Tax Administration System (SAT) announced new changes it made to the document.

While the various economic sectors are processing extensions for the obligation to present it, the tax authority reported the changes that include modifications to “domicile and” transport parts “, which will force taxpayers to review the process before its implementation.

Yamilee Dávalos Rosillo, billing manager at Facturador.com, urges the obligated parties to seek advice from an expert and thus avoid coming into conflict with the tax authority, either due to an error in the Porte Letter or in the electronic accounting.

As is known, the Carta Porte supplement must be included in the Digital Tax Receipt by Internet (CFDI) for the transfer operations or for the transport services of goods or merchandise, which are carried out within the national territory.

Although it began its validity on June 1, and its trial period begins this December, it is mandatory from January 1, 2022, when the SAT will begin to sanction those who do not have it in their possession.

In this sense, Dávalos Rosillo, warns that whoever does not comply with this new provision will be entitled to fines that can reach almost 100,000 pesos.

“In the case of those who do not issue, do not deliver or do not make available to customers the CFDI with Carta Porte supplement, being obliged to do so, or do not comply with the tax requirements, there will be an infraction ranging from 17 to 93 thousand pesos ”, States according to the SAT.

Taking the foregoing into account, the expert warns that for repeat offenders the SAT may, additionally, preventively close the taxpayer’s establishment for a period of three to fifteen days. In the case of individual taxpayers with business activities, the fines range from 1,400 to 2,960 pesos.

In principle, in the document referred to by Davalos Rosillo, it is stated that the transfer-type CFDI with Carta Porte complement must be issued prior to the movement of goods and merchandise by the owner of the cargo, when it is transfer by own means.

In turn, a company dedicated to the transport of goods or merchandise must issue the income-type CFDI with a Letter Porte complement to be able to accredit the transfer of goods or merchandise in national territory, and generate the printed representation or the digital file of this, to prove the possession and transfer of goods or merchandise.

“It is very important to prepare this process because later mistakes can cost entrepreneurs dearly, which can ultimately affect their billing and their electronic payroll”.

(I.S.)

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