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The Impact of E-Invoicing and Continuous Transaction Controls on Tax Compliance: Part 2

  • E-invoicing and continuous transaction control (CTC) regulations impact tax compliance
  • Compliance with CTC regulations requires a different approach than traditional tax reporting methods
  • Technical and process challenges include varying invoice formats, data requirements, and platforms for data exchange
  • Different e-invoicing/CTC models exist for communication between sellers, buyers, governments, and service providers
  • E-invoicing/CTC mandates require collaboration and communication between tax teams and other departments
  • Proper technology is necessary for effective e-invoicing/CTC compliance
  • Partnering with an experienced solution provider can help consolidate technology and meet compliance requirements
  • Country-to-country differences in e-invoicing specifications and protocols pose challenges for multinational corporations
  • An open, interoperable network can help businesses gain the full value of e-invoicing/CTC mandates


Note that this post was (partially) written with the help of AI. It is always useful to review the original source material, and where needed to obtain (local) advice from a specialist.


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