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How do I add my RFC (Federal Taxpayer Registration) to the bill I get when purchasing Microsoft 365 Family or Microsoft 365 Personal?   

  1. Go to your account dashboard and sign in with the Microsoft account associated with your Microsoft 365 Family or Personal subscription.

  2. On the top navigation, select Payment and Billing > Address Book. Here you will find Manage tax information.

  3. Add a new RFC or edit it to apply this on the invoice of your next purchase.

    If you have a monthly or yearly recurrent billing subscription, this addition or modification of the RFC will be reflected on the invoice the next time you're charged.

Can I add or modify my RFC to a purchase that has already been confirmed?   

Once your Microsoft 365 purchase is confirmed, you will no longer be able to add or modify your billing information, so it is very important that you add this information before making payment for your purchase.

If you're on a monthly or yearly recurrent billing subscription this addition or modification of the RFC will be reflected on the invoice the next time you're charged.

Why don't I get a CFDI (Comprobante Fiscal Digital por Internet)?   

Microsoft Corporation, as tax resident in the United States of America, is only able to issue invoices under the laws of jurisdiction and is not obligated to provide a CFDI electronic invoice.

Is the invoice I receive valid for my accounting operations in Mexico?   

An invoice generated by foreign entities (in this case Microsoft Corporation) that includes the respective RFC is valid for tax purposes in Mexico. (We recommend consulting your accountant for more.)

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