Australia announces the gradual implementation of e-invoicing from July 2022

30 March 2022

Australia has proposed a Business E-invoicing Right (BER), which will encourage businesses to adopt e-invoicing. 

Unlike many other countries' initiatives, the Australian government does not intend to check the electronic invoices issued by suppliers, which means businesses will send e‑invoices directly to their customer without these moving through a government portal to be validated. 

If accepted, BER will be implemented first for large businesses (with a turnover of more than $50 million) from 1 July 2023, then for medium businesses (with a turnover of more than $50 million) from 1 July 2024, and lastly for small businesses (with a turnover of more than $50 million) from 1 July 2025. 

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