JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Working With Electronic Accounting for Mexico (9.0)
(Doc ID 1940257.1)
Last updated on JULY 08, 2015
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Ledger - Version 9.0 to 9.0 [Release 9.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Update July 2015: A new section was included to describe in detail how to use the Functionality by Country Setup program (P700000) to enable the electronic invoice number functionality for Mexico to work with Sales EDI invoice numbers. These changes are associated with Bug Number 21349272.
Update April 2015: The document titled Working With Invoice Information in Mexico was changed to include the solutions to associate legal invoice numbers to the accounting records of your EDI batch invoices and General Ledger transactions.
The document Working With Electronic Accounting for Mexico changed to include information about new solutions developed to meet requirements published by the Mexican fiscal authorities in December 2014. This table lists the updates in the document:
1.1 Understanding Mexico Electronic Accounting
|The section includes an overview on Polizas (General ledger Report) and Auxiliar de Cuentas (Auxiliary Ledger by Account) reports.|
|1.1.1 - Understanding XML Files Generation||Updated the table with the names of the new report definitions and BIP templates.|
|1.1.2 Mexico Electronic Accounting Process||Added steps to describe additional stages of the process that include the new reports that you can generate.|
|1.4 Working With The General Ledger Report (Pólizas)||New section that describes in detail how to set up and work with the General Ledger Report.|
|1.5 Working With The Auxiliary Ledger by Account Report (Auxiliar de Cuentas)||New section that describes in detail how to set up and work with the Auxiliary Ledger by Account Report.|
Also clarifying notes were added to the sections on Naming Conventions for the reports.
Update January 2015: The document titled Working With Invoice Information in Mexico was added and it includes the Working With Invoice Information chapter from the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Localizations for Mexico guide. The new solution enables you to associate legal invoice numbers to the accounting records of your transactions for electronic reporting purposes.
The document Working With Electronic Accounting for Mexico is changed to include information about new requirements published by the Mexican fiscal authorities in December 2014. This table lists the updates in the document:
|1.1.1 - Understanding XML Files Generation||New section that provides an overview of how the system works with Oracle BI Publisher to generate XML reports.|
|22.214.171.124 Level of Detail (Chart of Accounts by Level)||Added section to describe the functionality that enables you to change the level of detail for the Chart of Accounts by Level report.|
|1.2.2 Forms Used to Work with the Chart Of Accounts (Catálogo)||Updated the table to include the forms associated to the Account Translation functionality and updated the names of the menu entries.|
|1.2.5 Setting Up Account Translation||Added section to describe the Account Translation functionality.|
|1.2.6 Setting Processing Options for the Chart of Accounts by Level Program (R7009001)||Updated the valid values listed for the for the Period Number UDC (70/PN) table to include period 13, and added 2 new processing options.|
|126.96.36.199 Level of detail (Trial Balance)||Added section to describe the functionality that enables you to change the level of detail for the Trial Balance report.|
|1.3.3 Setting Processing Options for the Trial Balance Program (R7009002)||Updated the valid values listed for the for the Period Number UDC (70/PN) table to include period 13, and added 3 new processing options.|
The 2014 Mexican tax reform introduced the Tax Resolution for 2014 Electronic Media Accounting which requires companies to present specific accounting information to fiscal authorities in digital files.
The regulation contains specific information concerning how this accounting information should be generated, formatted and uploaded to the SAT (Tax Administration Services) Internet portal. According to rule I.2.8.6., taxpayers must maintain accounting records through electronic systems that can create XML format files, which include the following information:
- Catalogo (Chart of accounts): Companies must report transactions using the Company chart of accounts and the corresponding agglutination code, according to the catalog published by the SAT.
- Balanza (Trial Balance): This file includes beginning balances, movements of the period (sum of debit and sum of credit) and ending balances of each and every account of assets, liabilities, capital, results (revenues, costs, expenses) and off-balance sheet accounts.
- Polizas (General Ledger Report): Companies must be ready to report detailed transaction information, including the legal numbers of the documents used and specific information on checks and bank transfers, when applicable.
The documents attached cover the following information:
|01 - Working With Electronic Accounting for Mexico||Describes the solution to generate the Chart of Accounts and Trial Balance XML reports, including an introduction to new concepts and the required system setup.|
|02 - Working With Invoice Information in Mexico||
Describes the solution to associate legal invoice numbers to the to the accounting records of your transactions for electronic reporting purposes.
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