Poland e-invoicing postponed again

The National e-Invoice System was to enter into force on July 1, 2024 for active VAT taxpayers and six months later for taxpayers exempt from VAT.

As indicated by the Ministry of Finance, the decision not to enter into force the mandatory KSeF in 2024 results from critical errors detected in preliminary analyses, which, in the opinion of the Minister of Finance, Andrzej Domański, prevent the introduction of the National e-Invoice System.

The National e-Invoice System (KSeF) is a computer system that enables the generation and sharing of structured invoices. The main goal of KSeF is to centralize the process of registering invoices in business transactions by directing them to one central place. In this way, the invoicing and accounting systems will be connected to KSeF, which will enable sending sales invoices through this system. Moreover, the KSeF system also enables the receipt of invoices by accounting systems that have already passed through KSeF. Additionally, KSeF has a permissions management function, which ensures appropriate security of access to data.

How KGT can provide support?

  • KGT has developed for Germany an SAP add-on, and KGT can demo the features, including risk management tools or
  • KGT's support is particularly beneficial when a web-based provider is selected. These providers often lack standard E2E solutions, leading to the need for costly consultancy work. However, KGT has developed extraction logic that ensures complete tax data is provided to the vendor's cloud portal environment. This not only saves costs but also enhances data security. Additionally, KGT offers optional functionalities within SAP itself, allowing for data analysis checks before submission, further reducing the risk of non-compliance or
  • KGT gets operational for its client's SAP Document Reporting and Compliance (DRC) or
  • KGT developed a 'tax engine and cockpit' in the cloud that can be connected to your ERP system, regardless of whether you run SAP.