Logo Go3 e-export Invoice Module
Logo e-export Invoice eliminates the time-consuming paperwork associated with traditional export processes, allowing businesses to create export invoices, customs documents and other necessary paperwork in just a few clicks. This enables faster transaction processing, reduces delivery times and increases customer satisfaction.
One of the e-solutions that has gained significant attention in recent years is e-export, a digital approach to managing export transactions. This innovative method not only simplifies the export process, but also provides numerous advantages to modern businesses. Logo Go3 e-export Invoice module is a very important tool for companies that want to be successful in the modern age of international trade.
Key Features and Benefits of e-export Invoice
Logo e-export Invoice simplifies the creation and management of export invoices, turning what used to be a cumbersome and time-consuming task into a seamless, digital process. In just a few clicks, businesses can create export invoices that meet all legal requirements and international standards. This not only speeds up the billing process, but also minimizes the risk of errors that can lead to financial disruptions and regulatory issues.
One of the prominent features of the Logo e-export Invoice is its ability to comply with various international legislation and tax procedures. Whether you're dealing with VAT, customs declarations or other export-related taxes, with the Logo e-export module your invoices will be fully tailored to the specific requirements of each transaction.
In addition, Logo e-export Invoice also contributes to reducing costs by eliminating the need for paper-based invoicing systems. Printing, storing and mailing physical invoices can be costly and not environmentally friendly.
What is E-Export Invoice?
E-Export invoice is an electronic document in official procedures carried out by taxpayers who conduct cross-border trade both domestically and abroad. It represents the digital submission of goods export invoices linked to the Customs Exit Declaration, a fundamental requirement for exports.
The Customs Exit Declaration serves as a comprehensive document that exporters must carefully fill out in accordance with customs legislation and have it duly approved by the relevant exporters' associations. This declaration contains important information, including details about the sending and receiving companies, the value of the goods, tariff classifications, origin, shipping details, applicable taxes and accompanying required documents.
In summary, an e-export invoice serves as the electronic issuance of the export invoice and streamlines the complex process of customs procedures, increases efficiency and ensures accuracy in cross-border transactions; This makes it an indispensable tool for businesses engaged in international trade.
What Should Be Included in the Export Invoice? Logo e-export Invoice
Delivery Terms: It is mandatory to choose the appropriate abbreviation corresponding to the 11 predefined terms Delivery Terms method of Incoterms 2020. For example, FAS, FOB, CFR and CIF apply to predetermined delivery terms, while EXW, FCA, CPT, CIP, DAP, DPU and DDP codes suit various shipping methods such as road, air, rail, sea.
HS Code: HS Code or Customs Tariff Statistics Position determines a certain tariff for products suitable for export. Each product is associated with a 12-digit number. You can easily determine the GTIP code of the products you sell by using GTB's GTIP query tool.
Gönderim şekli (Shipped by)
Eşya birim fiyatı (Pcs. Price)
Eşya miktarı (Quantity)
Eşya kap cinsi (Type of Case)
Kap adedi (Case Qty.)
Teslim/Bedel Ödeme Yeri (Delivery/Place of Payment)
Current information of the seller (TIN, title, company address, etc.)
Alıcının cari bilgileri
Customs Tracking Number
IBAN to make payment
Payment terms and method
If you are exporting goods, you are likely to encounter three situations within the scope of export e-invoice obligation:
a) If you are not an e-invoice user and cannot meet the mandatory transition conditions, you do not need to issue it as an e-export invoice.
b) In accordance with the VUK notification, if your foreign sales exceed 30 thousand TL as of January 1, 2020, you must issue an e-archive export invoice even if you are not registered for both e-archive and e-invoice.
c) If you are already using e-invoice, your job becomes extremely easier. When you select the invoice scenario as export from the portal or your program, the e-invoice becomes an export invoice and the TCU must be added.
When your business deals in services rather than tangible products, a different invoicing process comes into play: the service export invoice. Many activities falling into the service category such as consultancy, training, software and technology services, communication, real estate management can be considered within the scope of service exports. As of January 1, 2022, it will be mandatory for service export invoices to be issued as e-archives instead of traditional paper invoices.
However, if the buyer is in a free trade zone and is an e-invoice user, the invoice must be issued as an e-invoice. Note that when issuing an e-invoice, you must select the scenario as basic or commercial and the invoice type must be determined as exception.
Micro export Invoice Advantage
GTB's micro export application allowed businesses to export goods or services at a much lower cost by providing relief from financial burdens.
However, as of today, certain conditions must be met in order to issue a micro export invoice: The business model must be Business to Consumer (B2C), product or service revenues must not exceed 15,000 Euros, and the total weight of the goods must not exceed 300 kilograms (these rates may change annually). In addition, international cargo companies undertake the responsibility of transportation.
When it comes to canceling export invoices, it is not possible to cancel the invoices used in customs declarations through the portal. Instead, you will need to contact your customs broker. They will assist you in canceling the invoice, correcting any errors in the statement, and canceling the invoice appropriately. If you encounter errors such as GTIP code invalid, unit code invalid, currency code invalid or country code invalid due to missing information while issuing the invoice, you do not need to make a separate cancellation.
As a result, if your business does not meet the annual turnover limit or sector-specific e-invoice requirements, you do not need to switch to e-export invoice immediately. Creating export invoices via integration software simplifies the process and significantly reduces the possibility of errors.
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