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  • Greg Zajączkowski

Polish E-invoices delayed: Unveiling the Future of Poland's National E-Invoicing System

The postponement of Poland's mandatory National e-Invoicing System (KSeF) implementation, initially set for July 2024, is a significant development. This system was designed to modernize the Polish tax system by mandating electronic invoicing for all business transactions. The decision to delay came after identifying critical issues in the system's code, functionality, and performance, as highlighted by Finance Minister Andrzej Domański. The Ministry of Finance's official announcement and a detailed explanation can be found on their website. Additionally, a comprehensive overview and insights into this decision are provided in a YouTube video. This move to delay the implementation offers businesses more time to adapt, ensuring a smoother transition once KSeF becomes operational.

Summary of Youtube briefing

In the press briefing focused on Poland's National E-Factor System (Krajowy System E-Factor, KSEF), Minister of Finance Andrzej Domański and Secretary of State Marcin Łoboda discuss the system's current challenges and future plans. Domański reveals critical issues in KSEF’s implementation, scheduled for 2024, including errors in the system's code, functionality, and performance. He announces an external audit to investigate these problems and emphasizes the importance of involving the business community in the system's development.

Minister Łoboda elaborates on the technical difficulties facing KSEF, pointing out the potential adverse effects on businesses and the state budget. The briefing features questions from journalists about the timeline for KSEF’s implementation and strategies for informing businesses and taxpayers about the system.

Both ministers highlight the significance of KSEF in the Polish economy, stressing the need for a balanced approach that considers public and private interests. They commit to ongoing consultations with stakeholders, ensuring a transparent and cooperative process for implementing this significant economic reform. The briefing concludes with assurances of further discussions on economic and financial matters, reflecting the government's commitment to transparency and collaboration in economic policy-making.

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