Compliance updates - Bolivia

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Get the latest news and updates on e-invoicing, e-ordering, e-archiving and indirect tax regulatory requirements for Bolivia.
9 February 2023

New transition period for the third group of taxpayers in Bolivia

The Bolivian Tax Authority (SIN) published a resolution that granted another transition period to the third group of taxpayers obliged to issue electronic tax documents.

9 December 2022

SIN extends the grace period for the third group of taxpayers

The Bolivian tax administration (SIN) published a new resolution which grants the third group of taxpayers a further transition period to implement the e-invoicing system assigned by the tax authority.

17 November 2022

Bolivia will mandate the 4th group of taxpayers to comply with the e-invoicing regime

On 11 November 2022, the Service of National Taxes (SIN) published the fourth group of taxpayers required to comply with the assigned electronic invoicing modality.

3 October 2022

Bolivia announces a grace period for the third group of taxpayers

On 23 September 2022, the Bolivian tax administration (SIN) decided to facilitate the implementation of electronic tax document issuance for group 3 taxpayers by establishing a transition period.

31 May 2022

Third group of entities to join the e-invoicing regime in October

A new taxpayer group will have to start issuing electronic invoices and other tax documents as of 1 October 2022.

12 April 2022

Bolivia is moving to the next phase of its e-invoicing regime

The Bolivian tax administration (SIN) has announced that a new group of approximately 2 500 taxpayers would need to start fulfilling the country’s electronic invoicing program beginning 1 April 2022.

16 August 2021

Bolivia is taking steps to implement its electronic billing system in December

Previously, Bolivia annulled the implementation of the proposed e-invoicing mandate due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The project has been renewed, with the Bolivian Tax Administration (SIN) publishing a directory on 12 August 2021.

29 May 2020

Bolivia revokes proposed e-invoicing mandate

Due to the current situation of the economy, the Bolivian Tax Authority has announced the repeal of its proposed electronic billing system.

Country Specifications

E-Invoicing/CTC Model:


Mandatory Infrastructure:


Mandatory Format:

Local XML

Mandatory for Issuing:

Large taxpayers

Mandatory for Receiving:

Buyer’s consent required



Archiving Period:

10 years

Archiving Abroad:

Allowed under conditions

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