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Green light for Mandatory E-Invoicing in Poland from 2023

Poland must receive a derogation from the European Commission in order to make e-invoicing mandatory under its new KSeF national e-invoicing system. ...Continued

Poland’s new National System of e-Invoices (KSeF)

Poland has passed legislation formally introducing the new National System of e-Invoices (Krajowy System E-faktur or KSeF) allowing Polish taxpayers to issue and receive structured e-invoices starting...Continued

Poland adopts EU ecommerce VAT package

Poland has ratified into its VAT code the new EU ecommerce package rules, adding new obligations of imports, reporting and marketplaces. The changes include measures to make compliance easier, fraud h...Continued

Poland drops UK Fiscal Representative requirement

Poland has reversed its requirement for UK businesses with a Polish VAT registration to appoint a Brexit Fiscal Representative. This follows the inclusion of a Mutual Assistance Protocol in the EU-UK ...Continued

Poland launches B2B e-invoice consultation

Poland has issued a public consultation on imposing mandatory electronic B2B invoicing by 2023 to help reduce VAT fraud. Initially, there will be a voluntary phase from October 2021. ...Continued

Poland to revisit UK Brexit fiscal representative

Poland may review its decision to require UK businesses to appoint a VAT fiscal representative following Brexit. However, the requirement is still in place for the time being....Continued

Polish e-invoice launch 2023

Poland has updated its plans for mandating electronic VAT invoice to 2023. This will include live reporting of e-invoice to the National System of e-invoices (KSeF) to enable the authorities to monito...Continued

Polish JPK_VAT (SAF-T) update

Poland still plans to update its JPK_VAT transaction reporting rules for all taxpayers on 1 October, despite several delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The objective is to amalgamate the traditional...Continued

Poland VAT payment delays for coronavirus crisis; delays SAF-T

Poland has changed policy on VAT payments for the COVID-19 crisis. VAT filings are due on the 25th of March, as normal. However, taxpayers may apply for a liabilities write-off or extension of the pay...Continued

Polish VAT rate cut delay due to COVID-19

A plan to cut Polish Value Added Tax from 23% to 22% is likely to be shelved this week due to the uncertain economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic....Continued