Honduras: Controls in Printing of Fiscal Documents

Issuers of invoices, receipts and other tax documents may only print on approved printers.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

A new billing system that will be implemented by the Executive Directorate of Revenue (DEI) aims to reduce evasion of Sales Tax. "... it will control and regulate the printing of tax documents, such as bills, notes, tickets, rent receipts, fees, debit notes, credit, reference guides, proof of tax on earnings ...", noted an article in Latribuna.hn .

Natural and legal persons engaged in economic activities, taxed or not taxed, and who are required to issue tax documents have to be submitted to the measure to be implemented in 2014.

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