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No, receipts or simplified invoices do not contain all the necessary data to be able to deduct VAT. To this end, they must be replaced by invoices that incorporate all the necessary data in accordance with the Invoicing Regulations (Royal Decree 1619/2012, of 30 November – Spain).

At 60dias we take care of converting your receipts into recovered VAT, obtaining fiscally valid invoices for your receipts using various techniques and our own technology.

The same period as the tax statute of limitations, i.e. 4 years in Spain. Each country defines its own deadline.

Yes, tickets can be replaced by exchange invoices up to four years after the date of accrual of the expense.

No, under no circumstances. Both exchange invoices and amendment invoices must be numbered differently from the ordinary one and specifically for their class.

Of course. Our system is designed to generate a control file in Excel format, or any other suitable format (txt, xml, dat, etc.), which contains all the data of the receipts to be converted into invoices. Its structure is also adaptable to the requirements of your system.

60dias can generate a file with the structure and format that suits you best to make it easier for you to keep track of your exchanged receipts.

A significant part of the properties owned by companies are part of a community of owners and, according to the VAT Law, these cannot deduct the VAT payments (supplies, maintenance of common areas, repairs, etc.).

60dias recovers the VAT corresponding to your participation quota within this community.

Yes, you can contact us by phone: +34 981 122 673, by email: or by filling in the questionnaire on our website.

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Receipts or simplified invoices usually include a lot of data on the issuer, as well as a detailed breakdown of amounts, but it is unlikely to include complete data of the customer, which is essential, among other data, in order to be able to deduct the VAT.

This is a “complete” invoice that replaces a receipt or simplified invoice and allows the VAT quota to be deducted. The data it must include are the same as any ordinary invoice, but with the following peculiarities:

  • Different numbering from ordinary invoices.
  • Current date.
  • Date of the ticket it replaces.
  • The VAT rate applied must be that in force at the time the expense is accrued, i.e. the same as that appearing on the receipt.

A amendment invoice is an invoice that is issued to replace another invoice that contains an error in some of its details or that is simply intended to modify some of them. The data it must include, in addition to those inherent to any ordinary invoice, are as follows:

  • It must expressly state that it is a rectifying invoice and the reason for the rectification (e.g. incomplete data).
  • Data identifying the rectified invoice (invoice number) and the rectification made.
  • The invoice must bear a current date.
  • Special numbering, different from the ordinary ones.

Exchange invoice to recover the VAT included in a receipt or simplified invoice. If we need to modify the details of an invoice to be able to recover the VAT quota, for example by changing the ownership of the recipient, then an amendment invoice.

Yes, but only after a Third Party Billing Agreement has been signed between the parties.

60dias has been delegated by its Clients the functions relating to the management of the recovery of VAT on receipts, simplified invoices or incomplete invoices, included by their employees in the Expense Reports as travel and representation expenses of their company on national territory.

When 60dias requests an invoice from a third party on behalf of its Client, it does so as an extension of the Client itself and is fully authorised to do so.


The time limit established by law for the exchange of a receipt for an invoice is, unequivocally, four years (in Spain) from the date of accrual of the expense, i.e. from the date appearing on the receipt itself.

The ideal situation would be for every employee to request the issuing of a complete invoice at the moment of making an expense on behalf of the company, but this is not always possible. Sometimes the employee does not know his company’s tax details, while in other cases, the employee’s haste or lack of time means that he does not wait for the invoice to be generated.

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