E-invoicing made easy: The following key points outline the basics of e-invoicing and help you to prepare for it.
Overview of all news related to e-invoicing.
In this section you will find an overview of all news on e-invoicing in the public administration.
Since 27 November 2020, when it became compulsory for suppliers of the German Federation to submit invoices electronically, the use of the federal invoicesubmission portals and the submission of invoices to them have risen considerably. In December 2020, almost five times as many electronic invoices were receivedthan had been received in November.
In general, to accept e-invoices, all indirect Federal Administration institutions and beneficiaries have the ability to access the OZG-RE invoice submission platform.
In this section you will find a lot of important information about ZRE’s input channel Peppol.
In this article, we explain what makes an invoice an e-invoice that is compliant with the Federal Government’s Regulation on Electronic Invoicing by comparing the differences between the various invoice formats.
Find out what you need to keep in mind when you are using the ‘email’ transmission channel on the Federal Government’s invoice receipt platforms.
The project ‘Introduction of e-invoicing in the Federal Administration’ is an important part of the 9-point plan for digitalisation by State Secretary Dr Richter and was recognised as a flagship project of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI).
Since 01 July 2020, the ZUGFeRD 2.1.1 profile ‘XRECHNUNG’ can also be used to send electronic invoices to invoice recipients in the Federal Administration.
Annual e-invoicing summit: 21 – 22 September 2020