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E1: 76M: Anexo 20 Reporting Changes for Mexico - Electronic Withholding Payments, CFDI and Complemento de Pagos (Doc ID 2281039.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management - Version 9.2 and later
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Anexo 20 published by SAT on Jan/10th/2017 and related regulation information requested the following:

There is a new requirements by SAT (Fiscal authority in Mexico) in relation to the Withholding Certificates created at the time of payments to suppliers. Starting in July 1st 2017 the companies should generate a TXT file with the information related to the withholding (Electronic withholding payments). This format should be submitted to authorized companies by SAT, that using the information in the TXT file and adding a unique code, transform it to an XML file that will be send to the supplier and SAT. The TXT file provided should be flexible in the positions where the information is located to allow user to adapt it to the format required by the authorized companies.

Companies in Mexico are required to issue a digital version of the invoices generated for their transactions. This electronic invoice is called Comprobante Fiscal Digital por Internet (CFDI) or Internet Digital Fiscal Document. The CFDI electronic invoice is a tax receipt that documents and confirms that a business transaction is in accordance with the standards defined by the Mexican Tax legislation. It must be generated, transmitted and protected by electronic means and must comply with certain format and content specifications. JD Edwards do not support the electronic invoice generation process as a PAC. Third party software must generate the legal invoice.

Starting July 1st, 2017 the SAT (Mexico Fiscal Authority) require to incorporate in the CFDI -Comprobante Fiscal Digital por Internet (Internet Digital Fiscal document) the payment receipt know as "Complemento de Pagos" (Payment Complement); The payment receipt should be used when suppliers are receiving total or partial payments, but not covered at the time the CFDI was issue. Each payment receipt must be linked to the original CFDI every time the payment is received.


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