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Slovak Republic 2024 eInvoicing Country Sheet

The Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic implemented Act No. 215/2019 to guarantee electronic invoicing and the central economic system, transposing Directive 2014/55/EU. Non-central entities had an extra year for...

How VAT e-invoices work in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia introduced e-invoicing through ZATCA in December 2021 to transform VAT-related invoicing processes for businesses. E-invoicing involves generating invoices electronically through specific solutions, and in...

Ghana continues the VAT e-invoicing system roll-out

Ghana’s Revenue Authority (GRA) has published a list of businesses invited to onboard the VAT e-invoicing system, aiming to onboard 600 VAT-registered taxpayers by June 2024. The second phase of the e-invoicing...

Estonia 2024 eInvoicing Country Sheet

This information provides details about the eInvoicing legislation in Estonia. The Accounting Act mandates the use of eInvoicing for public sector entities since 1 March 2017 and requires specific formats, either the...

ViDA – still without compromise

On June 21, 2024, a meeting of the ECOFIN Council took place regarding changes in the VAT system proposed as part of the “VAT in the Digital Age” (ViDA) package. Member states did not reach a consensus on...

Denmark 2024 eInvoicing Country Sheet

The Danish Business Authority is responsible for the implementation of eInvoicing legislation in Denmark, including the Law on use of electronic invoice no 1593 of 18/12/2018 and the Consolidation Law on public...

European Council not adopting ViDA (again)

In the ECOFIN session dd. June 21, 2024, there was no significant change in the positions on passing the “VAT in the Digital Age” (ViDA) package. Despite efforts and compromise proposals, Estonia maintained...

Czechia 2024 eInvoicing Country Sheet

The Czech Republic transposed the Directive 2014/55/EU on electronic invoicing into national legislation with Act no. 134/2016 Coll. The legislation became effective on October 1, 2016. The Národní elektronický nástroj...

Taiwan Makes e-Invoicing Mandatory for all Taxpayers

Starting from January 2024, companies in Taiwan can use the MIG 4.0 version of the electronic invoice. The previous versions (MIG 3.1, 3.2) can only be used until December 31, 2025, according to the Taiwan government...

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