Poland: Mandatory electronic invoicing to combat VAT fraud

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Poland’s lower house of parliament voted to make electronic invoicing mandatory from July 1, 2024, overriding the earlier veto by the Senate. The National System of e-Invoices, a government platform, will be used for issuing and receiving invoices for all domestic business activities subject to value-added tax.


Small- and medium-sized enterprises exempt from VAT will be required to use electronic invoicing from Jan. 1, 2025. The Polish finance ministry views this project as a significant step in combating value-added tax fraud and expects it to reduce the number of tax audits.



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