Helping you navigate global e-invoicing requirements
Why are tax compliance regulations changing?
Across the globe tax compliance and e-invoicing regulations are changing on a regular basis. With a need for greater visibility and transparency tax authorities are putting processes in place.
Currently, the worldwide VAT deficit is approximately half a billion euros. Authorities are implementing e-invoicing regulations in order to help close the gap.
Different regulations per country
E-invoicing regulations vary from country to country and no universal approach yet exists. Each country has its own set of rules varying by type of business and the format of the e-invoice.
- Italy and South American countries are in favour of clearance systems, with the requirement that there is integration into separate technical platforms
- In countries like Hungary or Spain, stricter requirements regarding tax reporting are in place. Parallel, an integration into reporting platforms is also mandatory.
Keeping track of the current and global developments is vital. Download our free e-invoicing roadmap to understand the latest changes.
Helping you navigate e-invoicing requirements
At Unifiedpost Group, we help you navigate the complex world of e-invoicing. From understanding the latest e-invoicing developments around the world, to providing e-invoicing solutions. All so that your business remains compliant.
Working with our partner Sovos, we track the changing e-invoicing and tax regulations around the globe. As a result, we are the only international provider certified as per IDW PS 951 and are therefore GoBD-compliant. Therefore ensuring we meet the right e-invoicing regulations for over 60 global countries.
Your business has the confidence of working with a trusted expert and a partner that takes your data seriously. Our data storage is only carried out with data centers based in Europe regulated by ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 certifications.
Using our technical and legal expertise we can help you become, and remain, compliant. Get in touch to understand how we can support your business with the rapidly changing regulations in the areas of B2G, B2B and B2C e-invoicing processing.