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Hanoi: 22 e-invoice service providers

08:20 | 23/11/2019

VCN – Hanoi Tax Department has added two e-invoice service providers joining the Tax Department to deploy the e-invoices.

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The Hanoi Tax Department will control the quality of the service, the quality of database connection of the providers

They are ITT Solution and IDONET Investment and Technology Joint Stock Company

Up to now, Hanoi Tax Department has selected and coordinated with 22 e-invoice service providers.

In this list, there are common names in the technology field such as BKAV joint stock company, Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms Group, Nacencomm Card Technology Joint Stock Company, T-Van Hilo Service Joint Stock Company, TS24 Joint Stock Company andThai Son Technology Development Co., Ltd

According to the Hanoi Tax Department, these providers meet the conditions specified in Article 5 of Circular No. 32/2011 / TT-BTC of March 14, 2011 and conditions specified in Article 23 of the Circular. No. 68/2019 / TT-BTC dated September 30, 2019. Specifically, they are experienced in deployment and have a large number of (more than100) customers using e-invoice services and shared and connected database with tax authorities.

The Hanoi Tax Department will continue to control the quality of the service and the quality of database connection of the providers, at the same time adding eligible providers and eliminatingthose that are ineligible.

Recently, tax branches in districts such as Thanh Xuan, Long Bien, Ha Dong andHoang Mai have also repeatedly organized training sessions on e- invoices for businesses in the area. On average, each training session attracts about1,000 participants.

At the training sessions, enterprises have been disseminated and guided onthe basic contents of the Ministry of Finance's Circular No. 68/2019 / TT-BTC dated September 30, 2019, guiding the implementation of some articles of Decree No. 119/2018 / ND-CP dated September 12, 2018 of the Government prescribing electronic invoices for sale of goods and provision of services as well as the plan to deploy e-invoices in the fourth quarter of 2019.

According to many experts, there are threenotes forstudying the electronic invoice services including: stable infrastructure system, information security and service quality.

Specifically, stable telecommunication infrastructure and information technology will ensure the smooth operation of enterprises.

Along with that, information security in e-invoice serviceprovision will prevent losses of information and errors during information storage. Good quality service will meet the operational needs while ensuring support, answer, advice and customer care, bringing more value to customers during use.

Hanoi Tax Department also affirmed the use of electronic invoices helps create a modern, civilized and equal business environment for enterprises, economic organizations and taxpayers; saving and cuttingcosts in printing invoices, shipping, storing invoices, administrative procedures as well as overcoming risks of losing, burning, and destroying invoices; improving the efficiency of invoice management by electronic form.

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At the same time, it also helps tax agencies and State agencies save money and time in managing and checking invoices, thereby contributing to preventing invoices of tax payers who are escaping or losing and creating a high consensus in the business community and taxpayers.

By Thuy Linh/ Huyen Trang