Romania to introduce mandatory business to government (B2G) e-invoicing from July 2022

31 May 2022

The Romanian tax authorities have confirmed that businesses that sell to government departments will be required to issue e-invoices from 1 July 2022.

Since January 2022, Romanian businesses have been able to register for live VAT e-invoice (the RO e-Factura) reporting on a voluntary basis and this new regime allows businesses to declare sales to the Romanian tax authorities via a new e-invoicing platform instead of sending invoices directly to their customers. The Romanian tax authorities then digitally verify these invoices and send them to the customer via its platform.

The Ministry of Finance hopes this new invoice-reporting regime will help to prevent VAT fraud in the country as Romania joins a growing list of EU countries, including France, Hungary, Italy, Poland, and Slovakia, which have or will introduce e-invoices soon.

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