- Leszek Lewandowicz, a tax advisor, believes that taxpayers are not prepared for the mandatory implementation of KSeF from July 1, 2024.
- Implementing KSeF will be a significant challenge for taxpayers, both organizationally and technically, as well as legally and financially.
- There is a lack of comprehensive cost analysis and clear benefits of KSeF.
- The Ministry of Finance’s informational efforts have been insufficient, and there is a lack of comprehensive guidance and explanations for taxpayers.
- The current KSeF system needs to be more taxpayer-friendly and provide tangible benefits.
- The KSeF regulations need to be reevaluated and amended before they come into effect.
- There is a need for a widespread informational campaign to educate taxpayers about KSeF.
- The decision on the future of KSeF will be made by the new leadership of the Ministry of Finance.
- It is important to consider KSeF from a European perspective, as EU regulations may require the use of e-invoices in the future.
Note that this post was (partially) written with the help of AI. It is always useful to review the original source material, and where needed to obtain (local) advice from a specialist.