Turkish e-dispatch note and e-receipts, now voluntary

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Turkish e-dispatch note and e-receipts, now voluntary

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The Turkish Revenue Authority (“TRA”) has published on 17/12/2017 a communiqués on more digitization. Publicized in the Official Gazette #30273, the Communiqué unfortunately is on voluntary usage of  the much awaited e-dispatch note, farmer’s receipts and professional service receipts (i.e. medical doctors, lawyers, architects, etc.). Obligatory usage is not defined and the systems will be open to use apparently on 01/01/2018.

e-Dispatch Note

The system will be available very much like the TRA’s current methods of e-invoicing. Taxpayers will use the system either through licensed e-invoice providers or direct integration to TRA via systems on-premise or the proposed limited TRA webportal.

(eFinans has acquired the required licences and is currently ready, with 14 and growing ERPs ready to be installed, with its webservice guides and offers test and development environments for e-dispatch note. As all e-invoice users are obliged to received e-dispatch notes for any incoming parcels. It has started coaching its 140+ software partners to develop their connecting software to serve their clients’ needs on eFinans’s development environment. For more information please consult international@efinans.com.tr )

e-Farmers’s Receipt

The system will run one-way much like the Turkish e-bill “e-arsiv” does. Obligated taxpayers will keep their copy of the farmer’s receipt both on paper & signed digitized while continuing to issue in paper format to farmers. Taxpayers will use the system either through licensed e-invoice providers or direct integration to TRA via systems on-premise or the proposed limited TRA webportal. Technically it is already known from experiences in e-arsiv that the direct integration is largely undesired by taxpayers due to high costs and relatively difficult IT audit requirements involved.

(eFinans is currently expecting technical XML samples and shall be ready shortly after TRA announces these technical details, with its webservice guides and offers test and development environments. For more information please consult international@efinans.com.tr )

e-Professional Service Receipts

The system  will run one-way much like the Turkish e-bill “e-arsiv” does. Obligated taxpayers will keep their copy of the receipt digitized while continuing to issue in paper format to service receivers. However, unlike the farmer’s receipt, the receiver here will receive the paper receipt upon request. This signifies an operating procedure much akin to the current Turkish e-bill process. Taxpayers will use the system either through licensed e-invoice providers or direct integration to TRA via systems on-premise or the proposed limited TRA webportal. Technically it is already known from experiences in e-arsiv that the direct integration is largely undesired by taxpayers due to high costs and relatively difficult IT audit requirements involved.

(eFinans is currently expecting technical XML samples and shall be ready shortly after TRA announces these technical details, with its webservice guides and offers test and development environments. For more information please consult international@efinans.com.tr )