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Created on 2019-10-03 12:26:12; Last updated on 2022-01-17 07:00:19
Whilst Tradeshift’s services can be used globally (with the exception of countries under government embargo or where other legal or local restrictions apply), we only offer compliant e-invoicing proactively on covered countries. Any countries not currently covered can potentially be added to the list at an additional cost.
Here is a list of the 52 countries for which Tradeshift has actively addressed electronic invoicing and tax compliance:
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyrus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, India*, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, the United States.
* Outbound AR Clearance supported for eligible sellers. Deployment involves additional cost.
Inbound AP Clearance only. Deployment involves additional cost and resource planning.
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Turkey
Tradeshift is not a certified local provider - original legal invoices must be attached to every invoice sent via Tradeshift.
Clearance means - In countries that have chosen the ‘clearance model’, the tax administration requires each invoice to be reported and authorized electronically by them before or during the trading parties exchange process.
Inbound (AP) Clearance, as a component of the Tradeshift service, addresses the process at the invoice receiver’s end for the validation of the e-invoice received with respect to integrity, authenticity, certificate trust and clearance.
Outbound (AR) Clearance, as a component of the Tradeshift service, refers to the process at the invoice issuer's end to communicate the invoice, in whole or as a subset or a reference to the invoice, to a tax administration-designated hosted service and to receive a predefined approval or confirmation message from that service as a precondition for the issuing, cancellation or correction of an invoice.
Invoice Archiving, as a component of the Tradeshift service, means an on demand service for the long-term compliant storage of critical electronic data under the laws of the supported countries.
Note: Regulatory requirements and their interpretation is constantly changing, so although Tradeshift as a software provider, cannot guarantee compliance, Tradeshift is committed to working proactively with our customers, consultants and service providers to evolve our solution on an ongoing basis as local e-invoicing requirements change.
© 2021 Tradeshift, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is intended for information purposes only, is not evidence of any warranty, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, service or functionality, and may not be relied upon in making purchasing or investment decisions. Determination of compliance with electronic invoicing regulations is not an obligation of Tradeshift® with regard to its services. Tradeshift recommends each customer consult its own professional advisors to determine electronic invoicing requirements. Any development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Tradeshift's products remains at the sole discretion of Tradeshift, Inc. and its affiliated companies.
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