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Ecuador: New form allows multiple tax payments; electronic invoice requirements

Ecuador: New form allows multiple tax payments

The tax authority (Servicio de Rentas Internas) has provided a form to allow for multiple tax payments.

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The new form replaces prior form 106. The new form integrates the tax debts and obligations of a taxpayer, showing various information such as tax obligation and the related payment codes. This does not require taxpayers to enter additional data or complete multiple forms.

The tax authority also issued reminders of the requirement for taxpayers to issue goods and services invoices or vouchers electronically and of the approaching 31 December 2019 deadline. 


Read a December 2019 report (Spanish) [PDF 69 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Ecuador

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