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E1: 76A: Argentina: AFIP 4290/2018 Changes Cause The Legal Number To Increase To 13 Characters (Doc ID 2541070.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 22, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Payable - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The Argentine General Resolution AFIP 4290/2018 has 30 articles and is effective as of October 1, 2018. Changes outlined in all articles may result in changes needed to the existing Argentine solution.

Article 21 of the RIP 4290 of AFIP modifies RG 1415 and, among other aspects, the legal numbering of A/P vouchers for Argentina.

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4) Consecutive and progressive numbering: It will have THIRTEEN (13) digits, having to observe the following considerations:

a) The FIVE (5) first digits -from left to right- make up the code that identifies the place of issuance of the voucher.

This numbering will be assigned to each of the places of issue from 00001 to 99998, headquarters or headquarters, branches, premises, agencies or points of sale, and must be linked to the commercial or fiscal address, as appropriate.

b) The remaining EIGHT (8) will be assigned to the voucher number and must start from 00000001. This obligation will be fulfilled consecutively,

progressively and independently for each point of sale or issue, each class ("A", "B" , "C" or "E") and type of voucher.

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Article 22 concerns the change in the length (digits) of certain fields in the barcodes on legal documents. For all voucher types (Invoices, Credit Notes (CN), Delivery Notes (DN)) the following changes are needed:

Document Type: currently two  (2) digits, will change to THREE (3) digits

Central Issuer:   currently four (4) digits, will change to FIVE    (5) digits

 

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