From July 1, economic agents that participate in public procurement are required to use the electronic tax invoice (e-Factura).

From July 1, economic agents that participate in public procurement are required to use the electronic tax invoice (e-Factura).

According to the State Tax Service, in accordance with Article 117 of the Tax Code, from July 1, 2020, when making a taxable delivery as part of public procurement in the country, the tax subject is required to present an electronic tax invoice (e-Factura) to the buyer (recipient). It is noted that from June 1 to 30 the STS will test an updated version of the automated information system for creating and handling electronic tax invoices e-Factura. It includes a number of new functions, in particular, the integration of accounting systems of economic agents with the e-Factura system through the application of the same name is simplified; the functionality for changing the date of delivery / issuance of tax invoices has been improved, the calculation formulas are set in the cells of the tax invoice for automatic back calculation; improved functionality for choosing the number of electronic signatures; Now you can download a list of electronic invoices. The updated system will be tested for a month, to connect to the system, companies must send an appropriate application to the Center for Information Technologies in Finance, sending by a mail or e-mail ctif@ctif.gov.md user number, contact details, IP address from which access to the new e-Factura system will be provided. Detailed information can be obtained at the STS call center 080001525. //28.05.2020 — InfoMarket.

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