Andreas Killinger, Autor auf SEEBURGER Blog


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When will Real Time Invoice Reporting (RTIR) become “Real Time e-Invoicing” in Hungary?

Will the new XML version 3.0 from the Hungarian Tax Authority (NAV) remain the last change for 2021? Or will B2B e-invoicing also become mandatory? Important changes are pending regarding the interface specification for online invoices to NAV, which must be taken into account for e-invoicing. Are you prepared? Hungary e-Invoicing Update: NAV Changes Effective […]

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Mandatory e-Invoicing in Greece

Electronic invoicing will be mandatory for B2B in Greece in 2020. The first deadline for the introduction of this new requirement was originally planned for January 2020, but the implementation date has been postponed due to the corona pandemic.

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New deadlines for the B2G e-Invoicing Mandate in Portugal!

Electronic invoicing in public administration, known as B2G e-invoicing, will become mandatory in Portugal from January 2021 and is similar to existing models in other European countries. The coordinating body for the implementation of e-invoicing in Portugal is eSPAP (Entidade de Serviços Partilhados da Administração Pública).

E-Invoicing in Croatia via PEPPOL as of 1 July 2019

In Croatia, OASIS UBL 2.1 is recognized and expected as a format for electronic invoices to the federal government. PEPPOL is the technological basis for public e-procurement in the EU – and is also a good (but not the only) option for e-invoicing in Croatia. In many EU countries, PEPPOL is introduced increasingly. Please read […]

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E-Invoicing in Austria via PEPPOL

PEPPOL is the technological basis for e-procurement in the EU – and is also a good (but not the only) option for e-invoicing in Austria. PEPPOL-UBL and ebInterface are recognized as formats for invoices to the Austrian federal government. In many EU countries PEPPOL is developing and spreading more and more. Please also read our […]

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Electronic invoicing becomes mandatory in Hungary as of August 1, 2018 – Avoid penalties by transferring data to NAV automatically

High financial penalties await any business that fails to correctly use NAV – the online electronic portal of the Hungarian tax authorities. Amended rules governing the accounting and invoicing of value added tax (VAT, i.e. sales tax) become effective July 1st, 2018. Hungarian business enterprises as well as foreign companies registered for value-added taxation purposes […]