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Subject: RE: [ubl-dev] Taxscheme.ID schemeID UN/ECE/ 5153 - UBL2.1



I think you already answer your own question.


For a TaxScheme you use 5153 (or local equivalent)

For a CompanyID or PartyIdentificationID you use something like 1153 or ,like in your UBL 2.1 Example, a local scheme (like DKVAT)


Or did I misinterpreted your email?


Kees Duvekot



Van: Danny Gaethofs [mailto:dgaethofs@yahoo.com]
Verzonden: maandag 14 oktober 2013 15:49
Aan: ubl-dev@lists.oasis-open.org
Onderwerp: [ubl-dev] Taxscheme.ID schemeID UN/ECE/ 5153 - UBL2.1


Dear all,


I was going through the UBL 2.0 and UBL 2.1 specs for the TaxScheme ID and saw that schemeID proposed is UN/ECE 5153 which provides the

Duty/tax/fee type, coded. [Identification of the type of duty or tax or fee applicable to commodities or of tax applicable to services]


Values include:

AAA    Petroleum tax

ADD    Anti-dumping duty

ENV    Environmental tax


This describes the type of tax levied - different types can be used per line item or header.


Would it not be better to use 1153 = Reference qualifier, Code giving specific meaning to a reference segment or a reference number.


Values include:

AHP    Tax registration number

FC     Fiscal number >> Federal Tax Payer Identification number TIN

TL     Tax exemption licence number

VA     VAT registration number



UBL 2.1 example


<cbc:CompanyID schemeID="DKVAT" schemeAgencyID="ZZZ">DK12345</cbc:CompanyID>


<cbc:ID schemeID="UN/ECE 5153" schemeAgencyID="6">VAT</cbc:ID>




UBL 2.0 example


<cbc:ID>UK VAT</cbc:ID>





I also looked at the PEPPOL BIS4A guidelines.


The Tax Scheme specifies that this is a VAT registration identifier. Each of the tags uses attributes to specify the ID and code scheme used and the issuing agency. The Tax Scheme Identifier must come from the UN/ECE code list 5153, but the VAT Identifiers will be issued by appropriate national institutions.



Kind regards

Danny Gaethofs




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