Poland: Mobile application for e-invoicing; consultation on schemas for digital platform operators (DAC7)
Reports about recent developments relating to e-invoicing and new reporting obligations for digital platform operators
Reports about recent tax developments
The KPMG member firm in Poland prepared reports about recent developments relating to e-invoicing and new reporting obligations for digital platform operators (DAC7).
- The Ministry of Finance announced the launch in the first quarter of 2024 of a new mobile application facilitating real-time issue and reception of e-invoices, as part of the National e-Invoicing System (KSeF). This free tool is to enable convenient and immediate real-time issuing/receiving of e-invoices and, at the same time, managing invoices from anywhere. Moreover, works on adjusting the e-Mikrofirma application to the KSeF are underway, to enable linking it to KSeF accounts, as well as issuing and receiving invoices.
- The Ministry of Finance published for consultation two schemas for digital platform operators—DPI-FR (sales information declaration) and DPI-IS (performance information declaration)—as part of the implementation of new reporting obligations for digital platform operators under EU Directive 2021/514 (DAC7). Comments are due by 10 July 2023.
Read a July 2023 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in Poland
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