Regulatory updates - Mauritius

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February 7 2024

Mauritius will start e-invoicing obligation in May

The Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) has issued a communication that states the start of the e-invoicing mandate in the country with a phased rollout approach.

October 20 2023

Mauritius e-invoicing mandate is expected to go live in Q1 of 2024

Phase 2 of the Mauritian mandate is drawing closer. Taxpayers in scope need to prepare their billing software to comply with the requirements of the mandate.

November 15 2022

Mauritius plans to go live with an E-Invoicing project

Comprised of their Electronic Billing System (EBS) and Invoice Fiscalization Platform (IFP), the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) has opted to implement electronic invoicing.

Country Specifications

E-Invoicing/CTC Model:

Pre-clearance

Mandatory Infrastructure:

– IFP (Invoice Fiscalisation Platform)

Mandatory Format:

Json local format

Mandatory for Issuing:

Phased roll out:

–Businesses turnover >RS 100M: 15 May 2024

–Other businesses: TBA

Mandatory for Receiving:

Phased roll out:

–Businesses turnover >RS 100M: 15 May 2024

–Other businesses: TBA

eSignature:

Not Mandatory

Archiving Period:

5 years

Archiving Abroad:

Allowed

Regulatory overview

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