Polish plan to implement live VAT e-invoices from 2021

3 February 2020

From 2021, Poland is planning to introduce a live VAT e-invoice reporting regime. 

If introduced, the new regime will require all businesses, both resident and non-resident, that sell to other VAT registered businesses in the country, to declare their sales to the Polish tax authorities via a new e-invoicing platform. This is instead of sending these invoices directly to their customers.

The Polish tax authorities will then digitally verify these invoices and confirm that they can be issued to the customer accordingly.

They hope this new invoice-reporting regime will prevent common errors on these types of invoices and will also help prevent VAT fraud in the country.
 

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