- The National e-Invoice System (KSeF) in Poland allows voluntary issuance, receipt, and storage of structured invoices
- It offers benefits such as standardizing e-invoicing, shorter VAT refund waiting time, and no invoice archiving costs
- The system is currently optional until June 2024, after which it becomes mandatory
- Some taxpayers are exempt from e-invoicing, and there are free online meetings to learn about KSeF
- The obligatory e-invoicing law will come into effect from July 2024, covering B2B and B2G transactions
- Poland is at the forefront of implementing e-invoicing, and similar systems are being introduced in other countries
- Free online meetings are being held to educate micro-entrepreneurs about KSeF, covering topics such as authentication, differences between electronic and structured invoices, and where to find information and answers.
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.