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E-invoicing mandate in Saudi Arabia
As of 1 January 2023, Saudi Arabia's e-invoicing mandate is in full effect. Taxpayers must connect to the ZATCA (FATOORA) platform and send e-invoices in the defined structured format, wherein all e-invoices are to be reported and cleared in real-time with ZATCA. All taxpayers subject to VAT are now required to send e-invoices with specific content in a structured format, and e-archive them in accordance with the regulations. This means suppliers can no longer generate or store paper or PDF invoices.
1 Jul 2023
Phase 2 (integration phase) begins for wave for wave two taxpayers (annual revenue exceeding SAR 500 million)
1 Oct 2023
Phase 2 (intergration phase) begins for wave 3 taxpayers (annual revneue exceeding SAR 250 million)
1 Nov 2023
Phase 2 (intergration phase) begins for wave 4 taxpayers (annual revneue exceeding SAR 150 million)
Guide to Phase 2 e-invoicing in Saudi Arabia
Download our guide to find out everything you need to know for successful ZATCA Phase 2 e-invoicing implementation.
How does Pagero’s solution support?
Webinar: E-invoicing in the GCC
In this recorded webinar, Grant Thornton and Pagero take you through the latest developments in Saudi Arabia and the GCC and the potential impact of e-invoicing on taxpayers and tax compliance moving forward.
Keep track of developments in KSA
Stay up to date with the developments in the KSA mandates with the help of our worldwide overview of e-invoicing regulations.
Connect to a network of possibilities
Let us take care of the technical work of adapting your documents to the ZATCA standard and ensuring constant compliance.
- Prepare for the ZATCA mandate ahead of time
- Meet all e-invoicing requirements
- Connect to an open, global business network