Mexico Extends the Delayed Mandatory Date of the New E-invoice Format to All Invoices

November 30, 2022

Overview

Mexico’s Tax Administration Service (SAT) has delayed the implementation of the new e-invoice system CFDI 4.0 once again. As we previously published, the delay initially  impacted only 'payroll' invoices (CFDI 4.0 de nomina). However, according to the recent announcement by the Mexican Government, the extended deadline will apply uniformly to every invoice type.  

The new e-invoice format will be mandatory from April 1, 2023not January 1, 2023, as originally planned.

Moreover, the transport document extension of the CFDI 4.0 invoice (Carta Porte) will not be required until August 1, 2023. The Folio Fiscal transmission, a requirement of CFDI 4.0, will not be mandatory until August 1, 2023.

How Fonoa Can Help 

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Lookup: Instantly validate tax ID numbers from 95+ countries with Fonoa Lookup. We make batch processing easy, too. Lookup also ensures you’re applying the correct tax rate for every transaction. 

Invoicing: Issue tax invoices in locally compliant languages and formats, with support for third-party or self-billing. They’re customizable, too. 

Reporting: Report transactions in real-time and keep up with evolving local reporting requirements, all with a single API. Our Dashboard also offers unprecedented visibility of reported transactions globally.

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Eszter Kovacs
Tax Researcher

Eszter is a Budapest-based Tax Researcher at Fonoa. Previous to her time at Fonoa, she worked as an Associate at the tax law practice group of Baker McKenzie Hungary. Eszter joined Fonoa because she recognizes that the world of taxation is moving towards digitalization, and sees this company as a clear industry leader in that regard. Fun fact: She wanted to be a veterinarian as a child, but when she realized the job was not petting cute puppies 100% of the time, she changed her mind. Eszter currently pets cute puppies as a tax specialist.