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ZATCA E-Invoicing
Connecting Your Business to Compliance

  • Software prepared to handle all ZATCA waves

  • Seamless integration with any ERP or POS system

  • Invoices generated in PDF/A3 format with embedded XML data

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Obtain e-invoicing software compliant with Phase II of ZATCA regulations

The advantages of e-invoicing with Us

  • Achieve 100% digital invoice handling by connecting to our network

  • Ensure invoicing and tax compliance everywhere you operate

  • Integrate into any system without new interfaces or interrupting operations

  • Guarantee correct data on all your inbound and outbound invoices

  • Inbound and outbound e-invoicing solutions

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Generation Phase

 The Phase-1 of e-Invoicing in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was implemented on 4th December 2021, whereby all taxpayers subject to VAT (excluding non-resident taxpayers) were required to generate and store invoices through an e-invoicing or electronic billing software, as per ZATCA guidelines.

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Integration Phase

 The Phase-1 of e-Invoicing in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was implemented on 4th December 2021, whereby all taxpayers subject to VAT (excluding non-resident taxpayers) were required to generate and store invoices through an e-invoicing or electronic billing software, as per ZATCA guidelines.

Waves to Follow

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 3 billion SAR in 2021 will be integrated during the period from January 1st to June 30th, 2023.

Integration Wave 1

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 500 million SAR in 2021 will be integrated during the period from July 1st to December 31st, 2023.

Integration Wave 2

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 250 million SAR in either 2021 or 2022 will be integrated during the period from October 1st, 2023, to January 31st, 2024.

Integration Wave 3

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 150 million SAR in either 2021 or 2022 will be integrated during the period from November 1st, 2023, to February 29th, 2024.

Integration Wave 4

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 100 million SAR in either 2021 or 2022 will be integrated during the period from December 1st, 2023, to March 31st, 2024.

Integration Wave 5

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 70 million SAR in either 2021 or 2022 will be integrated during the period from January 1st to April 30th, 2024.

Integration Wave 6

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 50 million SAR in either 2021 or 2022 will be integrated during the period from February 1st to May 31st, 2024.

Integration Wave 7

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Taxpayers with annual taxable revenue exceeding 50 million SAR in either 2021 or 2022 will be integrated during the period from February 1st to May 31st, 2024.

Integration Wave 8

How does the integration between Collatree and your ERP or POS system work?

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Device Registration: You can effortlessly register multiple ERP/POS systems with ZATCA (Zakat and Tax Authority) in just one click. Each registered device receives cryptographic stamps for authentication.

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API Intermediary: Collatree's APIs act as intermediaries, establishing a seamless connection between your ERP/POS system and the ZATCA infrastructure. This ensures that your system remains in full compliance with e-invoicing regulations.

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Data Transmission: Once an invoice is finalized within your ERP/POS system, our API automatically transmits the invoice data to the Collatree cloud platform. Here, the data is processed and converted into ZATCA-compliant e-invoices.

We provide a range of carefully curated advantages designed to assist you in achieving complete ZATCA compliance well in advance of the deadline.

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The process involved

Let Collatree handle the technical intricacies of adapting your documents to the ZATCA standard and ensuring ongoing compliance. Prepare your business ahead of time and meet all e-invoicing requirements by connecting to our open, global business network. Find below the process involved in creating invoices that comply with Saudi Arabian regulations

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The e-invoicing landscape is constantly evolving. By choosing Collatree, you not only meet current compliance requirements but also future-proof your business. We keep you updated with the latest developments, ensuring that you stay one step ahead of regulatory changes.

FAQs

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What is e-invoicing?

E-invoicing is a method designed to transition the invoicing process from a paper-based system to a digital one. This process facilitates the exchange and handling of invoices, credit notes, and debit notes in a well-organized electronic format between both buyers and sellers. It is accomplished through the utilization of an integrated e-invoicing solution.

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What are e-invoicing enforcement dates?

E-invoicing will roll out in two stages: Phase One, called the Generation phase, was enforced beginning December 4, 2021. Phase Two, known as the Integration phase, is scheduled to commence on January 1, 2023, with a phased approach targeting specific taxpayer groups. 

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What are the requirements for each phase?

The requirement phasing is summarized here​ (Click to see). For additional details, please check the simplified guideline​​

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Should E- invoice be in English or Arabic?

All the data fields that are visible on the human readable form of the invoice must be in Arabic. VAT Regulations require the Tax Invoices and Simplified Tax Invoices (along with corresponding credit notes or debit notes) to be in Arabic mandatorily.  Invoice can be bilingual and include English as well.

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When should you issue an e-invoice?

E-invoices should be issued for all tax invoices, including export sales and other zero-rated supplies. Credits and debit notes should also be provided electronically. However, e-invoicing is not applicable for exempt supplies, the import of goods, and supplies under the reverse charge mechanism. 

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