Revised list of foreign providers of digital services
The original timeline communicated by the Mexican Tax Authorities, the Servicio de Administracion Tributaria (SAT) was that CFDI 4.0, and associated documents, would become mandatory from 1 January 2023, with a transition period in effect until 31 December 2022 when taxpayers could elect to use either CFDI 3.3 or CFDI 4.0, as required. The SAT revised these timeframes in November 2022, indicating that the mandatory usage of CFDI 4.0 and associated documents would now come into effect from 1 April 2023, meaning that from 1 April 2023, Mexican suppliers must invoice via CFDI 4.0, as well as version 2.0 of the withholding and payment information in respect of the CFDI. ”¯The usage of these documents continues to be optional up until 31 March 2023. Alternatively, up to this date, it is possible to also invoice using CFDI 3.3. CFDI 3.3 will not be a compliant invoice format from 1 April 2023 and will be rejected if used from this date onwards. Tungsten has been supporting the portal solution in Mexico since June 2022 and have been inviting Integrated Solution suppliers to be mapped for the new version of the CFDI 4.0. Our e-invoicing solution in Mexico today is compliant with all timeframes cited above.