Riders

How can I ask for an invoice?

Before you can request an invoice, you’ll need to have your tax code to hand. This will determine whether you receive an invoice or a receipt after your trip. 

Activate your work profile to receive invoices automatically*.

(*exclusive for Argentina, Chile, Spain, and Uruguay) 

You can set this up from the app. We'll explain how to do it in just a few steps:

  • In the app menu, go to the “Work Profile” section.
  • If you haven’t already done so, click on “Activate work profile” and set it up. This will allow you to make business trips using your personal account.
  • Add your tax details. It is important that you add your tax code so that we can generate your invoice correctly.
  • For your rides to be automatically invoiced as business trips, mark them as "Business Trip" before each ride.

When your Cabify ride is complete, you will receive your invoice via email. You'll also find a history of all your invoices in your app, which you can download at any time.

Remember to enter your tax code before requesting your Cabify! If you haven’t entered the tax code and you make  a trip, we won’t be able to generate an invoice for it retroactively.

Make sure that the tax code is correct, as the system does not allow you to edit it after requesting your ride.

Request an invoice *after a ride

(*in Colombia, Mexico and Peru)

If you want to receive invoices by email, all you have to do is enter your tax details or those of your company. 

It’s very easy:

  • Log in to the website.
  • Select ‘Invoicing’ from the menu.
  • Click on the ‘Invoices’ tab.
  • If you  have not yet entered your company details, click on ‘Start’ and complete the tax details. 
  • From that moment on, you’ll be able to receive all your invoices.

Please note that we cannot generate invoices for rides paid for in cash (except in Spain).

What is a tax code?

The tax code determines the application of taxes and the issuance of documentation after a ride. Each country has specific codes to identify individuals and companies in tax matters. These are the valid tax codes by country:

Argentina: CUIT (Código Único de Identificación Tributaria) - Unique Tax Identification Code

Chile: RUT (Rol Único Tributario) - Single Taxpayer Roll

Colombia: NIT (Número de Identificación Tributaria) - Tax Identification Number

Spain: NIF (Número de Identificación Fiscal) - Tax Identification Number, CIF (Código de Identificación Fiscal) - Tax Identification Code, or NIE (Número de Identificación de Extranjero) - Foreigner's Identification Number

Mexico: RFC (Registro Federal de Contribuyentes) - Federal Taxpayer Registry

Peru: RUC (Registro Único de Contribuyentes) - Single Taxpayer Registry

Uruguay: RUT (Registro Único Tributario) - Single Taxpayer Registry

Was this article helpful?
1022 out of 3282 found this helpful