Previously, VAT registrants whose tax identification number had been changed by the Revenue Department were allowed to manually amend their tax invoices which were previously printed by the printing houses within six months from the date of receiving the notification letter of the tax ID change from the Revenue Department.
Keywords: Mazars, Thailand, Tax, Revenue Department, VAT
3 June 2014
Such amendment can be made by crossing out the old number, physically writing the new number and signing by the issuer of the tax invoices, or by affixing a rubber stamp showing additionally the new number on the tax invoices.
On 21 April 2014, the Revenue Department released Instruction No. Paw. 147, extending the time limit for amending the tax identification number changed by the Revenue Department on tax invoices from six months to one year.
For more information, please read Instruction No. Paw. 147.