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As electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) continues to sweep the globe, Germany is now proposing the implementation of an e-invoicing mandate for business-to-business (B2B) transactions, proposed to take effect in 2026.
Mandatory e-invoicing reforms will require companies to transmit invoice statuses to their business partners as well as to the French tax authorities. The objective is to enable end-to-end follow-up of the invoice lifecycle for all stakeholders (sender, receiver and administration) and to facilitate the pre-filling of the VAT declaration
E-invoicing is becoming the norm and also a legal requirement in many countries. What are the benefits of electronic invoicing, both for sending and receiving?
By failing to issue and receive e-invoices following the mandatory introduction of e-invoicing from July 1, 2024, we breakdown the penalties involved and how Basware can help you prepare.
Electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) makes it possible to reduce payment times, anticipate cash flows and better predict working capital requirements (WCR).
This blog discusses a few questions to ask to see if your organisation is prepared to make the switch to compliant electronic invoicing.
A review of the main steps and questions to ask yourself in order to prepare for the mandatory electronic invoicing in France from 2024.
In this blog, we’ll explore the benefits of electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) and look beyond the mere obligation of its adoption due to mandates worldwide.
An update on the role that Partner Dematerialization Platforms (PDPs) will play in the reform of electronic invoicing in 2024.
In this blog we discuss amendments to the KSeF timeline regarding the Polish e-invoicing mandate