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Beat the SAT at Easter: How to invoice your cost of booths?

The Mexican families going on vacation During Holy Week with your car you can invoice your expenses in booths through Federal Roads and Bridges (Capufe) to the Tax Administration Service (SAT).

According to Iván Castro, director of Planning Quant, 32 percent of Mexicans will travel during Holy Week, a period in which students and some workers rest for religious celebrations, and thousands of families will move through highways.

By invoicing the expenses in the booths you get tax benefits, ranging from guarantees until verifying any expense as documentary support of accounting, which will make your tax declaration for the fiscal year of 2023 easier.

How to invoice your booths before the SAT?

According to the guide hoodto invoice the expense you make in booths on Mexican highways before the SAT you have to follow these steps:

  • Enter the Capufe portal.
  • Enter your tax information:
    • R.F.C.
    • Name or Social reason.
    • Use of CFDI.
    • Email.
    • Add if you belong to a political party, and if so, fill in the extra billing information with your INE.
  • Capture the billing code that comes on the ticket.
  • Click on the ‘checkout’ option.
  • Download the PDF and XML files of your invoice.

To make the procedure easier, you can register with your name and tax information, this in order that you do not have to register data every time you need to invoice. Enter the Capufe page at this link.

The services offered for highway taxpayers are:

  • Download PDF and XML anywhere.
  • Invoice Storage.
  • I send by mail.
  • Invoice History.

Capufe recommends to travelers during Holy Week that be careful when billing the boothssince “once the invoice is issued, it cannot be sent to a different RFC or correct data”.

If you have any questions or need clarification about your invoice before the SAT, you can contact Capufe at the numbers:

  • (01) 442 161 2565.
  • (01) 551 209 1825.

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