Back in July 2022, we shared updates on the use of CDFI (Digital Tax Receipts over the Internet) in Mexico, which stated that using the new version (4.0) would be mandatory from 1 January 2023. The original requirement also had Payments 2.0 to be mandatory from this same date.

Mexico’s Tax Administration Service (SAT) has now released modifications to the resolution controlling this decision, due to the large number of incidents and different cases occurring during the implementation of the new versions.

In article 3.13.31, this new release confirms that an extension has been permitted, pushing the mandatory requirement back until 31 March 2023.

Therefore, Mexican companies have an additional few months where both versions 3.3 and 4.0 are permitted.

This adjustment gives Mexican companies more time to implement the new versions.

As a leading provider of accounting, tax and payroll services in Mexico, our team of experts is on hand to help should you have any queries about these new modifications.

Contact our team today to find out exactly how we can help you

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