Poland postpones launch of national e-invoicing system indefinitely

Poland postpones launch of national e-invoicing system indefinitely

The Polish Ministry of Finance recently issued a press release announcing that the launch of the compulsory national e-invoicing system (KSeF), originally slated for mandatory use starting July 1st, 2024, has been deferred to an unspecified future date. The ministry intends to set a new launch date following an external IT audit of the KSeF system. Consultations with the private sector were also taken into account when deciding on the postponement.

The exact consequences of the delay and the revised schedule are not yet known. In the meanwhile, the ongoing testing phase has been extended. Partners exclusively billed via the KSeF system are still obliged to accept the e-invoices. In all other cases, it is recommended that invoices be sent to recipients in parallel.

Recommendations and support

Despite the postponement of the mandatory implementation date, we advise companies to take advantage of the delay to integrate the system at an early date. This will ensure they have enough time for process integration and tests, while also gaining valuable experience in working with the portal and dealing with special cases and errors.

As usual, we’ll keep you up to date with the latest developments and news on this topic in future posts. Retarus E-Invoicing customers can rest assured that we will undertake all necessary changes for you. Our cost-efficient cloud service, developed with EDI DNA and 27 years of experience, is in compliance with international regulations and meets the most diverse technical regulations and national requirements.

As a certified Peppol Access Point and a member of local e-invoicing associations, we provide legally compliant e-invoicing solutions for B2G, B2B and B2C in Europe and around the globe – always in line with international standards.

Should you need to take urgent action, please feel free to get in touch with our highly experienced e-invoicing experts right away. They will be pleased to advise you on setting up a connection with the Polish authorities – also available as an express service should internal issues have put you behind schedule.

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