e-Invoicing in Mexico (CFDI)

In this White Paper, we explain how CFDI has involved from the outset, its workings step-by-step, a detailed description of the structure and the benefits it provides.

The Mexican government is constantly developing its CFDI (Comprobante Fiscal Digital por Internet) e-invoicing system to enhance it and achieve an efficient model for both taxpayers and the Tax Authority. The aim of these changes is, on the one hand, to improve the e-invoicing user experience among taxpayers and, on the other, to correct some of the inefficiencies detected over the years, through the launching of new structures and schemas.

In this White Paper, we explain how CFDI has involved from the outset, its workings step-by-step, a detailed description of the structure and the benefits it provides:

  • CFDI timeline
  • Main process stakeholders
  • Specifications and structure
  • EDICOM platform for CFDI

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This is our White Paper on CFDI: