Qualified invoice system Q&A Part 2

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The Consumption Tax Law was introduced in 1989.
Consumption tax(“JCT”)is a value added tax where a taxable enterprise pays the difference between the output taxes it collects and input taxes it pays during a tax period. In order to claim an input tax credit on taxable purchases, the requirement has been to maintain books and ledgers on taxable purchases and retain evidence such as invoices. From 1 October 2023, the input tax credit is only allowed for taxable purchases that pertain to qualified invoices issued by registered qualified invoice issuing enterprises with some transition rules. The following is an extract from a Q&A regarding the new input tax credit requirements for tax exempt enterprise s in particular, under the Qualified Invoicing System and the transitional provision s by National Tax Agency.

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