Mandatory Electronic Invoicing in Croatia
Learn how to get your company ready to exchange documents in accordance with regulations in Croatia with the support of Comarch
Croatia has launched mandatory electronic invoices for suppliers to government bodies from 1 July 2019. Invoices are exchanged via the central platform Servis eRačun za državu. The platform serves as a connection point for all participants and helps to provide standardized e-invoices.
Electronic invoicing for B2B transactions stays still voluntary however is strongly recommended. Therefore EDI providers or Peppol network allow to send and receive B2B e-invoices in Croatia.
Invoices are exchanged via the central platform Servis eRačun za državu. The platform serves as a connection point for all participants and helps to provide standardized e-invoices. That platform is also connected to Peppol therefore electronic invoices can be sent in such way.
Accepted format for e-invoicing is UBL 2.1 or CII.
Required storage period is 11 years after end of financial year.
To ensure integrity and authenticity any method is allowed, for instance: Qualified Electronic Signature as a one of example.
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