Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has made it mandatory for taxpayers, subject to VAT, to implement E-Invoicing (Fatoorah). Phase 1 of the implementation requirements will be effective from 4th December 2021.

Apart from the standard VAT receipt, the invoice will also bear a QR code. There is no prescribed format for placement of QR code on the receipt as a part of Phase 1 of the E-invoicing guidelines.

As per ZATCA’s guidelines, scanning of the QR code display's these details:

  • Seller’s name

  • Seller’s VAT registration number

  • Invoice total amount with VAT

  • VAT total amount

  • Invoice date and time

To configure QR code on the receipt header

  1. At the organization level, click the Admin icon.

  2. Navigate to Organization > Organizations.

  3. Go to the Email/Texts tab.

  4. Locate the Configuration section.

  5. To add a Customer Email Receipt Header, click Edit.

  6. Select [InvoiceQRCode] from the available macros

  7. Click Save.

To configure QR macro email footer for receipt

  1. At the organization level, click the Admin icon.

  2. Navigate to Organization > Organizations.

  3. Go to the Email/Texts tab.

  4. Locate the Configuration section.

  5. To add a Customer Email Receipt Footer, click Edit.

  6. Select [InvoiceQRCode] from the available macros

  7. Click Save.

This is how the QR code appears on the receipt:

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