What does an electronic invoice need to look like in France, the Czech Republic, Croatia or any other European country? How long does it need to be stored? The newest compendium on e-invoicing in the EU gives answers.
Every country has different rules in its tax and commercial laws for the creation, processing and storage of e-invoices. Which guidelines need observing and where is all explained in the English-language EU Compendium E-Invoicing & Retention, which was recently released in its fourth edition.
This handy guide covers the requirements in EU member countries as well as Switzerland and Great Britain:
The compendium, which has been published annually since 2016, is created and edited by Munich-based law firm PSP - Peters, Schönberger & Partner in cooperation with numerous international partners. It is targeted at both system providers and users.