Wednesday 20th July, 2022
Comarch is expanding its e-invoicing services to new territories, and the company is now fully compliant with Thailand's e-invoicing requirements.
The company has become certified as a data delivery service provider of electronic tax invoicing and receipt by the ETDA and associated with the Thai Revenue Department.
As part of certification Comarch will:
- Be qualified service the General Director of the Revenue Department in VAT matters regarding the
preparation, delivery and storage of electronic tax invoices and electronic receipts
- Be a part of community recognized by Thai Government as a trusted service and connected to the Revenue Department
- Provide comprehensive guidance for all Thai organisations on their path to e-invoicing
VAT parties in Thailand can send electronic invoices and receipts on a voluntary basis using the Electronic Invoicing System, developed by the Thai Revenue Department and Electronic Transaction Development Agency (ETDA).
The tax authorities will require that every invoice must be electronically authorized by them prior to or during the trading process. This represents a significantly important step in making taxation more efficient for enterprises in Thailand.
For the preparation and storage of electronic invoices and tax receipts, the applicant is required to comply with the regulations of the Revenue Department.