In Indonesia, an e-invoice is recognized as an e-Faktur Pajak. E-invoicing became required over a two-year period, beginning on July 1, 2015, for taxpayers in Java and Bali and on July 1, 2016, for taxpayers in the rest of Indonesia.
Since July 2016, all taxpayers who are registered for VAT purposes are required to use electronic invoicing. All taxpayers are required to issue their VAT invoices electronically if their annual sales are more than IDR 4.7 billion. The e-Faktur system must receive the invoices.
The Indonesian tax authority receives the electronic invoices from the issuer and uses a QR code on the invoice to validate and approve the content.
Effective date: 1 July 2015