Mandatory Electronic Invoicing in China
Learn how to get your company ready to exchange documents in accordance with regulations in China with the support of Comarch
The Chinese State Administration of Taxation (SAT) has decided to implement the pilot program for mandatory electronic VAT special invoice (e-fapiao) among newly established and registered taxpayers in several regions in December 2021. However, the real e-invocing expansion started in 2022 as more regions were covered by mandatory fully-digitalisied e-fapiao issuing and acceptance regulations. SAT intends that special e-fapiao will be compulsory for all Chinese businesses by 2025.
There are two types of fully-digitalised e-fapiao in China: special VAT e-fapiao and general VAT e-fapiao. Both have the same legal effect as the paper fapiao and the normal e-fapiao.
Each e-fapiao must contain the following information: invoice number, issuance date, buyer information, seller information, project name, specification and model, unit, quantity, unit price, amount, tax rate/levy rate, tax amount, total, ad valorem and tax total (in words and figures), dynamic QR code, remarks.
Storage period: 7 years from invoice date.
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