UPDATE: Belgium confirms the introduction of mandatory B2B e-invoicing from January 2026

28 February 2024

During February 2024, the Bill legislating for mandatory B2B e-invoicing in Belgium was gazetted, confirming the introduction of an e-invoicing regime from 1 January 2026.

The new regime will make it mandatory for all resident VAT-registered companies to issue their invoices in an electronic format when selling to other businesses and to declare these to the Belgian tax authorities for verification via a new e-invoicing platform. 

Belgium joins other EU countries that have recently announced delays to the introduction of e-invoicing, including France, Germany, and Spain.

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