Reda Abdel Qader, Assistant Minister of Finance for Tax Authority Affairs, stressed the keenness of the Ministry of Finance and the Egyptian Tax Authority to facilitate financiers to join the electronic receipt system, especially since the implementation of the second phase of the electronic receipt system begins on October 1, pointing out that the total of sent receipts has reached The system has so far nearly 14 million receipts.
Reda Abdel Qader added that the electronic receipt system is a natural extension of the electronic invoice system to cover all types and forms of electronic transactions from all parties, pointing out that the electronic receipt system aims to contribute to the integration of the informal economy into the formal economy, and the formation of an accurate database that can be relied upon. Subsequently, it must implement data analysis and decision support systems, achieve the principle of equal opportunities among financiers in the Egyptian market, and collect dues from the state’s public treasury.
Mokhtar Tawfik, head of the Egyptian Tax Authority, indicated that the authority provides full support to the financiers who are obligated to join the electronic receipt system, as several workshops are held with the funders of the second phase of the electronic receipt system, to introduce the system and how technical integration with it, calling on the funders of the second phase of the receipt system to need Attending workshops organized by the authority to benefit from them in integrating with the system before the date of the obligation.
The head of the Egyptian Tax Authority clarified that the financiers who are obligated to the first and second stages of the electronic receipt system, and for whom mandatory decisions No. (289) for the year 2022 and (345) for the year 2022 have been issued, can send their inquiries to the following
E-mail : eReceipt.email@example.com
He added that they can also contact the authority’s integrated call center to respond to all inquiries on the hotline 16395.
The head of the Egyptian Tax Authority added that the electronic receipt system is based on the establishment of a central electronic system that enables the Tax Authority to follow up all commercial transactions for the sale of goods and the provision of services between sellers in sales and service centers and between consumers (B2C), moment by moment, and verify their validity through electronic integration. With vending machines at merchants and service providers (POS) by installing sales monitoring devices in them.