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SIN has made available the Online Invoicing Desktop Application

SIN has made available the “Online Invoicing Desktop Application”

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The SIN (Servicio de Impuestos Nacionales – National Tax Service) reminded that the “On-line Invoicing Desktop Application-SIAT Desktop” Version 1 is available free on its website www.impuestos.gob.bo for taxpayers of the General Regime, who issue invoices and must migrate to the On-line Computerized Invoicing modality, coming into effect, together with the Invoicing System, on December 1, 2021.

Once on the website, the taxpayer must enter the “Menu” to choose the ” Taxpayer Service”, “Download Tax Software”, and “Download Online Invoicing Desktop Application-SIAT Desktop” options, according to a press report issued by the SIN.

La Opinión reported that ” The SIN issued last August 11 the RND (Resolución Normativa de Directorio – Regulatory Resolution of the Board of Directors) No. 102100000011 Invoicing System, which will implement as of December 1, 2021, three new invoicing modalities: Online Electronic, Online Computerized, and Online Website. In addition, it will maintain in force the Manual, Prevalued, and Computerized (SFV) invoicing”.

Likewise, “through RND No. 102100000012, dated August 11, 2021, and No. 102100000019, dated October 14, 2021, the Tax Administration published the list of taxpayers that must implement an Online Invoicing modality, as of December of this year.”

According to current tax regulations, the SIN will periodically assign, through an RND, the mandatory use of the On-Line Invoicing modalities to other taxpayers of the General Regime, who issue invoices for the sale of goods or services.

This means that these new Online Invoicing modalities do not include in any way taxpayers of other tax regimes, adds the press report.

Source: Opinión 25/10/21

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