Poland releases e-invoice update (KSeF)

1 May 2024

The Polish Ministry of Finance has confirmed a 2026 launch of the mandatory KSeF e-invoicing regime in the country.

When introduced, KSeF will require both resident and non-resident companies who have a fixed establishment in Poland, that sell to VAT registered businesses in the country, to declare sales to the Polish tax authorities via a new e-invoicing platform. This will replace the current process of sending invoices directly to customers. 

The original plan was to introduce the regime from July 2024, however following a technical audit, it was concluded that a rebuild of the new e-invoicing system is required.

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