Poland: Council of Ministers adopt mandatory e-invoicing draft law

National E-invoice System (KSeF)

Council of Ministers adopt mandatory e-invoicing draft law

The Polish Council of Ministers on 9 May 2023 adopted the “National E-invoice System (KSeF)” draft law that, if adopted by the parliament, will require Polish taxpayers to issue electronic invoices (e-invoices) for business-to-business (B2B) transactions through the KSeF, effective 1 July 2024.

Polish taxpayers have already been able to voluntarily issue e-invoices through the KSeF since 1 January 2022. The aim of the e-invoicing mandate is to simplify the process of documenting transactions, accelerate and automate the issuance, processing and archiving of documents, and thus reduce costs. Moreover, the KSeF allows taxpayers to have up-to-date (real-time) information from invoices for management purposes. Read the official announcement (Polish)

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