The Tax Administration Service (SAT) recognized that 80% of the carrier taxpayers that are dedicated to the transfer of goods and merchandise already issue the invoice with the Carta Porte complement, only the regularization of the man-truck is pending.
Raúl Zambrano Rangel, general administrator of taxpayer services of the SAT, explained that they meet three times a week with different business chambers to train and clarify situations that they have suffered in the process of familiarizing the invoice with the Carta Porte complement.
These trainings with the cameras have allowed a higher generation in billing, said the public official. At the end of the first quarter, 82.6 million invoices of the Carta Porte complement have been made in the two versions of the Digital Tax Receipt by Internet 3.3 and 4.0.
In the case of man-trucks, the popular name for micro-carriers, the Treasury will present the digital application in a few months so that they can invoice their goods with the Carta Porte complement and therefore, when the extension period ends, are not subject to sanctions related to smuggling.
“The application is a facility (for the man-truck) and it is not the only one. Today in the SAT portal we have the free billing system, anyone can enter and issue an invoice with their identification data (…) The application will be for those who do not have anything, “said the general manager on Wednesday at a press conference. press.
Data from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation reveal that the man-truck segment consists of 150,215 companies, this is 81.5% of the total and is made up of 274,937 vehicles, which represented 24% of the total vehicle fleet of this segment, in figures at closing of 2020.
In this context, the National Chamber of Freight Transport (Canacar) has told this medium that the man-truck does not have the necessary structure to issue the invoice for the Carta Porte complement because it has to be done before the trucks leave for the trip. Therefore, the billing areas of the transport companies have to work 24 hours a day.
This year the complement to the Carta Porte came into operation, which will generate an electronic invoice for the transfer operations carried out by freight and goods carriers. This is to prevent smuggling of merchandise.