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Who Should Start Testing e-Invoicing Today: Ministry of Finance Source

  • From January 1, 2022, taxpayers can voluntarily use the National e-Invoicing System
  • It is advisable to start using the system now to prepare for mandatory e-invoicing from July 1, 2024
  • Similar standardized e-invoicing solutions are being introduced in various countries worldwide
  • The National e-Invoicing System (KSeF) offers benefits such as introducing a single e-invoicing standard, shorter waiting time for VAT refunds, and no archiving costs for invoices
  • The use of KSeF is currently optional until the end of June 2024, after which it will become mandatory
  • It is important for businesses to start preparing for the use of KSeF, including authenticating in the system and granting appropriate permissions
  • E-invoicing will become mandatory for certain transactions from July 1, 2024, and will apply to taxpayers conducting business in Poland
  • E-invoicing will not apply to invoices issued to non-business individuals (B2C) and certain VAT-exempt groups until January 1, 2025
  • Similar e-invoicing solutions are being introduced in various countries worldwide, and e-invoicing is expected to become mandatory in all EU countries for intra-community transactions
  • The Ministry of Finance and the National Revenue Administration are hosting free online meetings to provide information about the National e-Invoicing System


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.


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