Romania proposes to extend mandatory e-invoicing to B2C transactions from January 2025

28 June 2024

Romania has announced plans to extend its electronic invoicing regime to business-to-consumer (B2C) transactions for both VAT-registered resident and non-resident businesses from 1 January 2025.

Effected businesses can voluntarily start to issue B2C invoices electronically from 1 July 2024 via the RO e-invoice system. As with B2B invoices, these e-invoices will be sent to the Romanian tax authorities for verification of the information and format. However, suppliers will still need to send the invoices directly to their customers.

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