Poland will implement mandatory electronic invoicing after European Council approval, which is expected “within a few weeks,” the finance ministry announced Wednesday.
The announcement follows the March 30 endorsement of the Polish proposal by the European Commission. Mandatory electronic invoicing would only apply to taxable persons established in the territory of Poland.
- The program will build on an already established voluntary scheme that offers the routing of business-to-business invoices via a central clearinghouse, where they are scrutinized for signs of tax fraud.
- It will be “the next stage of implementing innovative e-administration services, facilitating settlements between companies and ensuring their ...