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tax compliance

French Finance Law: Changes imposed on electronic transactions in France

The subject of e-invoicing has been at the forefront nationally in France for several years. Now, following the successful implementation of the Chorus platform for the public sector, legislation is taking a new step: In 2024, the digitization of B2B domestic invoices will become mandatory for large and mid-sized companies.

Ensuring tax and e-invoicing compliance with Tradeshift

Here we offer a detailed explanation of what you will need to know when analyzing and ensuring compliance, and how Tradeshift can help.

A comprehensive list of countries where Tradeshift supports compliance

Ensuring compliance on a global scale can be tricky. With Tradeshift, you can avoid the headache. See which countries are supported by our services:

Sovos and Tradeshift Make Tax Compliance Simple

Sovos and Tradeshift Make Tax Compliance Simple Each year, tax authorities introduce new, stricter regulations…

Tackling global tax compliance with Tradeshift (3 of 3)

Tax compliance is much less straightforward than e-invoicing compliance. As a result, ensuring that transactions are conducted compliantly requires additional levels of review from customers and suppliers. Compared to e-invoicing requirements, tax compliance requirements differ more across countries. Because of this, the specific methodology for ensuring tax compliance will vary depending on which country you are operating in.

Explaining e-invoicing compliance with Tradeshift (1 of 3)

Explaining e-invoicing compliance with Tradeshift (1 of 3) June 16, 2021 Lyubov Skenderova Before you…