When setting up your remit-to address, your VAT ID must begin with ES, followed by nine digits.
The first and last of these digits can also be a letter. For example:
All tax amounts must include the
alternateCurrency attributes. The alternate currency must be set to
See Providing Amounts in Local Currency for more info.
When adding a tax exempt line or creating a reverse change invoice, add this element to your cXML:
<Description xml:lang="en-US">Line level exemption reason</Description>
<Description> element immediately after
<tax-amount>. It's required when the TaxDetails category contains an exemption. For more information, see Add Tax Exemption Details to an Invoice.
The following extrinsics are required to send a compliance-assured Spanish invoice. You may require additional extrinsics specific to your industry or billing situation:
Other extrinsics may be required based on your specific invoicing scenario.
See Adding Extrinsics to Your Invoice for more info.