Guide to ZATCA e-invoicing in Saudi Arabia

15 February 2022

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The Zakat, Tax and Customers Authority (ZATCA), formerly known as the General Authority of Zakat and Tax (GAZT), announced that e-invoicing will become mandatory in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, effective 4 December 2021. This means that suppliers will no longer be allowed to generate or store paper or PDF invoices.

Find out in this guide what the e-invoicing process is as defined by ZATCA, and how to successfully prepare for the mandate regardless of who is your solution provider. Learn about the impacts this will have on your business and tips on selecting the right partner that will help you on your way to a successful and effective implementation of electronic invoicing.

Key learnings:

  • What do I need to know?
  • The e-invoice process
  • How does this impact my business?
  • Choosing the right e-invoicing partner


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