E-invoicing in Singapore

In Singapore, it's required that all sales e-invoices are approved and reported to the Singaporean tax authority (IRAS). The approval and forwarding process is done by access points, which validate each invoice before reporting it to IRAS.

Do you have customers that need to exchange compliant e-invoices in Singapore? Our e-invoicing solution will take care of the following matters:

  • Send compliant B2B, B2G, B2C and cross-border e-invoices to your buyers. We will validate the e-invoices and send them to the Singaporean tax authority.
  • Receive e-invoices in a compliant manner, whether they're from Singaporean or non-Singaporean senders.
  • Benefit from storage and archiving services that guarantee compliance with Singaporean retention regulations.

How it works

Singapore has implemented a reporting approach that requires the tax authority (IRAS) to receive a summary or full copy of every invoice in Singapore. 

What adds complexity to e-invoicing in Singapore are the varying regulations and methods that apply to B2B, B2G, B2C, and cross-border transactions. And what about IRAS's record-keeping standards (which mandate the storage of e-invoices for at least five years), and receiving compliant e-invoices from non-Singaporean senders?

We understand that this entire process can feel overwhelming. That's why we created a detailed document that explains all these technical processes. Request our 'E-invoicing in Singapore' guide for more information (you will receive the document once we approve your request).

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