Less than six months remain to prepare for KSeF implementation, but according to a survey by Crowe and TGC Corporate Lawyers, more than half of companies have not yet started the process. Meanwhile, there will be sanctions for failing to comply with the new rules, which will take effect from 1 July 2025.
The National e-Invoicing System will become mandatory for the majority of companies as early as 1 July 2024, but full readiness to use the new system is declared by only 3% of respondents. Furthermore, as many as 75% of the companies surveyed consider adapting their IT systems to the new requirements to be the biggest challenge in preparing for the transition to e-invoicing. The way in which the schema is filled in and how the structure of the e-invoice is adapted to the needs of the organisation are also causing difficulties.
‘Implementing KSeF and switching from the current way of issuing e-invoices is a big challenge for companies and requires important decisions. It is worth breaking the process down into stages. The first of these should be a comprehensive review of internal processes and regulations in the areas of purchasing, sales and invoicing‘ – explains Piotr Dudek, Director of New Technologies, Defence & Aerospace Department of TGC Corporate Lawyers, in a statement to the Business Insider editors .
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