Mandatory e-Invoicing and Computerised Invoicing Systems

Businesses and freelancers face the challenge of mandatory e-invoicing and the requirements of Computerised Invoicing Systems.

Specifically, and as a result of the “Crea y Crece” Law, which objectives are the modernisation of the society and the control of commercial delinquencies, e-invoicing is established as mandatory for transactions carried out between businesses. All companies and professionals must issue, send and receive e-invoices in their commercial relations with other companies and professionals. In addition, the recipient and issuer of e-invoices must provide information on the status of the invoice.

The details of the compulsory e-invoicing system and the requirements are still pending the regulatory development of Law 18/2022, but the publication of the draft bill on June 15 provides a preview of some key sections to be taken into account for the business community.

In our aim to keep companies and professionals informed, Mazars offers you the experience and knowledge of our experts in taxation and technology to prepare you for this new challenge.

How can we help you?

Mazars’ professionals are at the disposal of all companies and freelancers to face the challenge of the mandatory e-invoicing and the requirements of the Computerised Invoicing Systems. Do not hesitate to contact us to solve any doubt.

Latest news

  • Computerised Invoicing Systems: published the Draft Order developing the technical and functional specifications of the Computerised Invoicing Systems, in development of Royal Decree 1007/2023, of 5 December. Access the full text by clicking here.