At present, the Amazon platform has begun to review and verify whether the company name of the seller's Mexican RFC tax number is consistent with the name used in the background of the platform . If the seller's information is inconsistent, it will affect the seller's account operation. If the seller used a personal RFC tax ID number before, it is recommended that the seller change the RFC tax information and complete the update before January 31, 2023.
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According to the requirements of the platform, sellers need to complete the following operations:
1. The seller needs to verify the relevant tax information contained in the CFDI invoice issued by the platform. If the information is incorrect, the invoice issued by the seller will not be applicable to the relevant tax treatment;
2. The seller's updated tax information, such as the seller's registered business and address, will be displayed on the public seller profile page, so the seller must ensure the accuracy of the information;
3. Sellers must update tax information before January 31;
【 Update steps 】
The tax information of the CFDI invoice issued by the platform comes from the Constancia de Situación Fiscal (CSF) provided to Amazon by the seller of the Mexico site on the Amazon platform. If the tax information in the seller’s CFDI invoice is incorrect, you can refer to the following steps to change it
1. Log in to your Amazon Seller Central account, select Account Information, then select Select RFC ID in the Tax Information section.
2. Verify that the legal company name included in the legal entity section of the business information matches the name on your Constancia de Situación Fiscal (CSF). If not, please update your legal business name.
The registered company name and legal person information of the compliant RFC tax ID number must be completely consistent with the background of the Amazon account. And use the Mexican RFC declaration, after the deduction can save most of the tax for the seller. For example, for sellers in Mexico, the store opening fee (commodity release/recommendation service), logistics warehouse rental fee, and advertising fee charged by Amazon all include 16% Mexican value-added tax IVA, and the tax part can be fully deducted.
Sellers who have not registered the Mexican RFC tax ID can register only by providing the following information:
1. POA power of attorney
2. The scanned copy of the original business license of the company
3. A scanned copy of the original legal person ID card or passport
4. Articles of Association, etc.
The above is the sharing of cross-border tax information today. For more cross-border tax knowledge, please pay attention to Wanliqing’s cross-border public account! PS: If the company name of the seller’s Mexico RFC tax number is inconsistent with the company name in the background of the Amazon store, remember to change it in time!