What is SII?
From 1st July, 2018, the Spanish tax authority (AEAT) mandates the use of the new version 1.1 of the SII system for the immediate transfer of VAT related information. The former version 1.0 will coexist until 20th July, 2018.
The SII system for the immediate transfer of information on turnover-related information receives its first update to version 1.1, coming into effect on 1st July, 2018 – after just one year. The new version intends to eliminate various problems that have been spotted during operations by introducing relabeled or new fields and new codes for better transparency.
Learn more about “What is SII, Who needs to use it, the advantages etc.” in our first blog.
What will change with the new version 1.1 on July 1st, 2018?
- Updated format of the AEAT XML messages, containing additional fields and content
- New webservices’ version for communication with the SII
- Reporting of additional transaction types
The description of the detailed changes of the SII version 1.1 are available on the website of the Agencia Tributaria (https://www.agenciatributaria.es).
With SEEBURGER, the complex SII process in the new version 1.1 can be quickly and easily implemented in order to avoid penalty payments
With the SEEBURGER Cloud Services for e-Invoicing in Spain – and many other countries – SEEBURGER offers you a secure, comfortable, scalable and high-performance entry at full cost transparency. We generate XML formats defined by the AEAT in the current version, and transfer these files via SII to AEAT. These cloud services are independent of the ERP system and can be expanded to include legally compliant archiving.
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Written by: Gerrit OnkenGerrit Onken has been at SEEBURGER AG since 2010 as a product manager for software applications and for electronic data exchange services for the business sector. He focuses on solutions for SAP, electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) and innovations for digitalizing business and technical processes for globally-active customers. Originally a banker, Gerrit Onken went on to graduate in business administration, majoring in industrial management and business informatics. After working in the financial sector, he worked as a manager and project manager from 2004 to 2010 for one of the top five corporate consultancies, working with international BPOs in the banking and automotive industries.