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What is e-delivery note and who should use it?

What is e-delivery note and who should use it?

Delivery note is a document prepared by the seller upon the sale of a good, showing the sales price of a good. These documents are issued after the completion of the sale of goods or products or services. It has become mandatory to include the information of the companies making the sales in the documents issued in the form of invoices. If this information is missing, the delivery note will not be valid. In order for the delivery note to continue its invoice feature, the information must be entered completely. In order for the delivery note to become an invoice, it must contain descriptive information such as the information of the company making the sale, the number of the product sold, its amount, and the date on which it was sold.


What is E-Delivery Note?
The delivery note, which is one of the widely used documents with the E-Transformation application, which was initiated in accordance with the Tax Procedure Law General Communique No. 487 published by the Revenue Administration Revenue Administration on December 17, 2017, is issued as an electronic document in accordance with the standards determined by the Revenue Administration. It is a practice that includes transmitting, preserving and presenting electronically.

Now from digital environment; It enables operations such as sending, receiving, replying, storing, viewing and editing.

When and How Should E-Delivery Note be Issued?
The e-delivery note must be prepared before shipping the goods and this E-delivery note must be forwarded to the recipient through the Revenue Administration system. When printing the e-delivery note, a copy printed on any paper with a wet signature must be in the vehicle during shipment. However, there is no need to keep this paper copy after the shipment is completed.

Who Should Use E-Delivery Note?
Switching to the E-Delivery Note application is optional, and those who want to optionally participate in the application can send and receive E-Delivery Notes to each other only if the recipient is an E-Delivery Note taxpayer.
Those registered and using the e-Invoice system
Taxpayers who have completed the necessary preparations to issue and transmit E-Delivery Notes in accordance with the procedures and principles explained in the Communiqué.
As of 1.1.2018, private individuals and capital companies can voluntarily switch to the e-delivery note system.

What are the Application Conditions for E-Delivery Note Application and How to Apply?

For application procedures and principles, there is an e-Delivery Note Application Guide on our website (www.efatura.gov.tr). You can apply according to the explanations in the relevant guide. Taxpayers who are currently using a special integration method for the E-Invoice application and want to participate in the E-Delivery Note application can participate in the application by making an agreement with one of the private integrators who have received E-Delivery Note special integrator permission from the Revenue Administration. Thus, taxpayers do not need to make any notification by the Revenue Administration. As the special integrator of DİA GİB, it can quickly define its users' accounts electronically.

Is it Mandatory to Use E-Delivery Note?
E-Delivery Note Application is not a mandatory application, the application will be used optionally. As of 01.07.2019, the obligation is in draft form.

What are the advantages of using e-delivery note?
By using e-delivery note, you can store your data electronically for 10 years, thus avoiding archiving costs.
By using e-delivery note instead of printing paper delivery note, you can minimize your costs by saving time, money and labor in processes such as approval and shipping.
With the e-delivery note, information is instantly delivered to the buyer and you can quickly agree on your acceptance, return and cancellation processes.

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