Usual questions

from our clients


Has your company received our invoice request?

Answer your queries here

No, the tickets or simplified invoices do not contain all the necessary data to be able to deduct the VAT. To do this, they must be replaced by invoices that incorporate all the necessary data according to the Billing Regulations (Royal Decree 1619/2012, of November 30).

In 60 days we take care of converting your tickets into VAT recovered, getting invoices fiscally valid for your tickets through different techniques and own technologies.

The same term as that of the tax prescription, 4 years.

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

No, in any case. Both the exchange invoices and the corrective invoices must be numbered different from the ordinary one and specific for their class.

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

60days can generate a file with the structure and format that best suits you to facilitate the control of the exchanged tickets.

An important part of the property owned by the companies is integrated within a community of owners.

These communities of owners are considered final consumers under VAT Law and as such cannot deduct the VAT from the fees: (supplies, maintenance of common areas, repairs…)

The community of owners charge the owners the receipts that must be paid periodically, including in the fee the corresponding VAT amounts.


You can contact us by phone: +34 981 122 673, by email: info@60dias.es or by filling in the questionnaire included on our website by clicking here.

You can contact us by phone: +34 981 122 673, by email: info@60dias.es or by filling in the questionnaire included on our website by clicking here.

Simplified tickets or invoices usually incorporate data related to the issuer, as well as the breakdown of amounts, but it is unlikely that it incorporates complete data of the recipient, essential, amongst other details, to be able to deduct the VAT.

It is that “complete” invoice that replaces a ticket or simplified invoice and that allows the deduction of the VAT amounts. The data that must be included are the same as any ordinary invoice, but with the following details:
• Different numbering than that of ordinary invoices.
• Current date.
• The percentage of VAT applied must be the one in force at the time of accrual of the expense, that is to say, the same percentage that appears in the ticket.

A rectifying invoice is an invoice that is issued in substitution of another one that contains an error in some of its data or that simply need to modify part of the details included. The data that must be included, in addition to those inherent to any ordinary invoice are:
• It must include the condition of a rectifying invoice and the reason for rectification (e.g. incomplete data).
• Identifying data of the rectified invoice (invoice number) and the rectification made.
• Include the current date.
• Different numbering than that of ordinary invoices.

Amended invoice to recover the VAT included in a ticket or simplified invoice. If we need to modify the data of an invoice to be able to recover the VAT, for example change the name of the receiver.

The exchange invoices will always have the same VAT rate that appears on the ticket itself. Regarding rectifying invoices, you must also apply the same type of VAT that appears on the original invoice, unless the data to be rectified is the VAT rate applied.

Yes, but only after signing a Billing Agreement on behalf of third parties between the parties.

The certified digital signature guarantees the integrity of the transmitted data and its origin. A signed document cannot be manipulated, since the signature is mathematically associated to both the document and the signer.

A binding inquiry recently answered by the Directorate-General of Taxes, unequivocally establishes the possibility of replacing the simplified invoices or tickets in paper format with certified digital copies thereof.

60days carries out on behalf of its Clients the functions related to the management of the recovery of VAT quotas of tickets, simplified invoices or incomplete invoices, included by their workers in the Expense reports as travel expenses and representation of your company in national territory.

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

The most suitable format to issue an invoice digitally is, without a doubt, the “pdf”.

The two criteria used are “accumulated amount” and “temporary term”. Depending on one, another or both, the criterion is established. Notwithstanding the foregoing, we always try to adapt to the supplier’s requirements.

The term established by law for the exchange of a ticket for an invoice is unequivocally four years from the date of accrual of the expense, that is, counted from the date shown on the ticket itself.

That would be the ideal situation that every worker requests the issuance of a complete invoice at the time of making an expense on behalf of the company, but that is not always possible. Sometimes, the worker does not know the fiscal data of his company, while in other cases, simply due to a lack of time, the invoice is not requested at the time of service.