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.
Here we offer a detailed explanation of what you will need to know when analyzing and ensuring compliance, and how Tradeshift can help.
Ensuring compliance on a global scale can be tricky. With Tradeshift, you can avoid the headache. See which countries are supported by our services:
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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.
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