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In 1 year, e-invoices to become mandatory in Poland

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The National System of e-Invoices (KSeF) has been operating in Poland since the beginning of 2022. For now, its use is voluntary, but according to the assumptions of the Ministry of Finance, it will become obligatory from second quarter of 2023, reported the Warsaw Business Journal.

According to the report, the system is prepared to handle over 2 billion invoices per month. Within a decade, it will collect approx. 30 petabytes of data.

"The integration of the invoicing tools used by the companies with the state-owned system will undoubtedly be a great improvement in accounting processes. We are just paving the way, leading the entire integration process as one of the first," Krzysztof Pulkiewicz, country manager Unifiedpost Group, responsible for the development of the Banqup platform in Poland, said.

Only Italy, Spain, and Portugal had previously launched state systems supporting the circulation of invoices throughout the economy and between all entities.

But a large proportion of e-invoices are also in circulation in the Nordic countries and Estonia. 

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