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Invoice Compliance Check List

Do you know what a fully compliant invoice needs?

Last week we answered your frequently asked questions on VAT. An area that wasn’t covered in that post was questions regarding your company’s invoicing. One of the biggest mistakes made when a company is sorting their VAT reclaim on their T&E expenses is incorrect invoices. Having correct invoices and other relevant documentation used in VAT reclaim processes is vital. It could make the difference in the amount you get back and how quick you can reclaim.

Here’s some points you need to consider to ensure you are fully compliant with your Invoices.


This happens more than you would think. An employee has travelled abroad, and is collecting invoices for their travel expenses. And low and behold, the invoice is made out in the employee’s name! It can also happen that if it is made out to the company, the compay name is misspelled, abbreviated, or even the adress is incorrect. This makes it difficult for companies like Taxback International to aid in your VAT reclaim opportunities! You must ensure that the invoice is made out to the company and that the full compay name and address is present.




When providing documentation in order to reclaim your VAT, it’s vital that there is VAT present to reclaim! Ensure that invoices provided clearly state VAT, otherwise there’s no way to know if is charged. Also, documents such as credit card slips are not valid to be used for VAT reclaim.



Scanning invoices to be sent to your company or to VAT reclaim specialists such as Taxback International can lead to mistakes. It is important that invoices are scanned as clear as possible, are fully ledgable and comply with this checklist.


And that’s that! Download our FREE Invoice Checklist PDF in order to ensure that your Invoices are always correct!

Download a FREE Invoice Checklist

We know that Indirect taxes such as VAT and GST can have a huge effect on your business. As VAT rates change sporadically keeping yourself informed can be difficult.  Compliance is always crucial. That’s why our Indirect Tax Experts share their hand-picked news stories every day that you need to know. From breaking news to VAT changes and new EU legislation. We know that relevant information means better decision making. We aim to be your number 1 source for VAT and GST news.

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