Mandatory Electronic Invoicing in Poland from July 2024

Under the Act on the KSeF signed by President Andrzej Duda on August 7, 2023, from July 1, 2024, entrepreneurs will be required to issue invoices in electronic form via the National e-Invoice System (KSeF).

The amendment to the VAT Act signed on Monday introduces an obligation in Poland to use KSeF, i.e., the central government platform for issuing, downloading, and archiving all electronic invoices, thanks to which tax authorities will be able to verify and detect possible tax fraud.

Currently, the use of the KSeF system is voluntary in Poland, but from July 2024, a nationwide e-invoicing obligation will be introduced for almost all Polish taxpayers. Taxpayers exempt from VAT will be subject to this obligation six months later, on January 1, 2025. Transactions with consumers (B2C) are exempt from the KSeF.

As we can see, there is less and less time for analysis, defining needs, implementing and adapting the solution to government requirements.

There’s more you should know about e-invoicing in Polandvisit our dedicated website and stay up to date with the new and upcoming regulations.

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