Dominican representatives pass electronic invoicing into law |

Santo Domingo, May 9 (EFE)

The Executive Branch initiative aims to regulate the mandatory use of electronic invoicing in the Dominican Republic and to establish an electronic invoicing tax system and its characteristics, optimization results and contingencies.

Also, establish the entry deadline and tax benefits offered to taxpayers using this method, the chamber said in a statement.

The law establishes in its article 8 that all electronic invoices issued in the Dominican Republic must comply with the standard format established by the General Directorate of Internal Taxes (DGII), which will be verified by the sending and receiving computer systems and only accepted. When complying with this check.

One of its paragraphs envisages that electronic invoices will be sent to the DGII and the electronic recipient through Internet-connected electronic applications in an extensible markup language file containing sequential plain text recording. Custom tags intended to describe both the structure and other properties of an XML document (abbreviation for Extensible Markup Language in English).

On the other hand, the Chamber of Deputies agreed to send to a commission the study and consolidation of the four resolutions of the plenary assembly.

The Commission has until tomorrow to submit a single resolution before the Commission.

President of the Chamber of Deputies, Alfredo Pacheco, Julio Fulcar, Ramon Bueno, Jose Horacio Rodriguez, Pedro Martinez, Gustavo Sanchez and Dionisio Rodriguez.EFE


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