Mandatory Electronic Invoicing in Norway
Learn how to get your company ready to exchange documents in accordance with regulations in Norway with the support of Comarch
In Norway, e-invoicing has been mandatory for B2G transactions since 2019. Despite the lack of such an obligation for B2B transactions, e-invoicing in the private sector is widely used by companies
For the B2G transactions, mandatory e-invoicing exists from 2019.
Despite the lack of mandatory policies, e-invoicing in private sector is being widely adopted by companies.
Norway uses the PEPPOL network for B2G and B2B e-invoicing purposes.
Norwegian public entities accept both e-invoice formats: EHF Billing 3.0 (Elektronisk Handelsformat) and Peppol BIS 3.0.
In order to be able to send and receive through PEPPOL , public administrations and their suppliers must be registered with ELMA (Elektronisk mottakaradresseregister).
Both, economic operators and contracting authorities in Norway rely on Peppol Access Point (AP) service providers to achieve compliance with national regulations
Storage period: 5+1 years
Invoices must be stored in such a way as to guarantee their integrity, authenticity, readability and printability during the storage period, as well as be secured against loss, distortion, alteration etc.
Archiving e-documents abroad of Norway requires individual consent issued by Ministry of Finance.
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