Characteristics of the electronic invoice in Luxembourg

The use of the electronic invoice differs based on the environment where it is being used. The government is currently working on a gradual mandatory implementation of the electronic invoice with the public administration. In the B2B environment the electronic invoice is completely voluntary. 

Tax Authority

Tax Authority

 

 

Obligation

Obligation

The reception and processing of electronic invoices has been mandatory for public entities of the central government since April 18, 2019. Other regional institutions of government must also receive and process electronic invoices. A new gradual mandatory implementation of the electronic invoice for suppliers begins in May 2022, they will need to send invoices to public institutions through the PEPPOL network. 

Format

Format

PEPPOL BIS 3.0

Digital Signature

Digital Signature

No obligatoria.

Archiving

Archiving

10 years.

Do you need to know more about e-Invoicing in Luxembourg?

Contact one of our e-invoicing specialists.

EDICOM Group will use the personal data collected to answer questions/or manage the services requested. You may exercise your rights of access, rectification, opposition, restriction and portability of your data in accordance with the provisions in the Privacy Policy.

The name cannot be empty You must enter the company You must enter a phone number Select a valid prefix I agree to be contacted

Sending

Please wait. This may take several seconds.

Thank you for sending your details!

Related resources

Related news about e-invoices in Luxembourg

Electronic Invoicing in the Benelux Region: Latest Updates for Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg

The adoption of electronic invoicing is ongoing in the Benelux region, which includes Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembo

Germany: B2G e-Invoicing in the German Federal States

Since 18th April 2020 the federated states must accept e-invoices in compliance with the European Directive 2014/55/EU

Luxembourg Makes Progress With The Mandatory Electronic Invoice

The government of Luxembourg has begun a gradual adoption of the electronic invoice by government institutions via PEPPOL