Tax Alert: National eInvoicing System postponed until 2026 – What does this mean for businesses?

30 April 2024 | Knowledge, News, Tax Focus

On 26 April, the Minister of Finance announced at a press conference that plans to introduce the National eInvoicing System (KSeF) have been suspended for at least two years.

This decision means that the KSeF will not be implemented either in the current or the next fiscal year. Instead, the mandatory KSeF is planned to be introduced in two stages:

  • 1 February 2026 for companies with a turnover exceeding PLN 200 million
  • 1 April 2026 for other taxable persons

This change follows the unfavourable results of an independent audit. Based on the final report, the Minister concluded that there was a risk of paralysis in the Polish economy.

Many businesses will certainly breathe a sigh of relief. However, many companies have already begun preparations for the KSeF, which raises questions about the future of the investments they have made. The Minister stressed that the preparation process will start from scratch, but the form of these activities is not yet known.

We will certainly keep abreast of any developments and keep you informed. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Jan Janukowicz


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