Characteristics of the electronic invoice in Poland

Poland has announced the mandatory use of the electronic invoice for B2B transactions beginning in July 2024. Invoicing in the B2G sphere is mandatory for public administrations and voluntary for their suppliers.



It has been mandatory for all Polish public administrations to receive and process electronic invoices since 2019. It is optional for suppliers of public administrations but will become mandatory for B2B transactions as of July 2024. 

SAF-T system in Poland

SAF-T system in Poland

Companies must declare accounting information through the SAF-T system. Learn more about the SAF-T system. 

Tax Authority

Tax Authority

Urzad Skarbowy.





Digital Signature

Digital Signature

Not mandatory.



5 years.

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Frequently asked questions

Companies affected by the obligation are: All polish companies registered in Poland for VAT purposes and foreign entities with fixed establishment in Poland.

The only invoice that will be considered as the Legal one is the one approved by KSeF with its ID number. However, if you want to also send the invoice in PDF format to your partner it is not forbidden. 

KSEF and PEF are two different systems. Nevertheless, the Polish government is planning to integrate PEF and KSeF.  However, there is no information on how the Polish government is planning to manage it.

The government has introduced a new regulation mandating the inclusion of a QR code on invoices issued during KSeF system failures. Additionally, the QR code must be included on invoices issued outside of KSeF, such as those for foreign buyers who are not obligated to utilize KSeF.

No, the SAFT process will remain as the mandatory monthly process in the case of JPK_VAT. More info on SAF-T Poland.

If the customer is the one who is obligated to use KSEF, they will have access to retrieve the invoice from KSEF. The PDF version will be available on the KSEF platform as well but just with MANDATORY fields of the invoice.  Accordingly, the project of KSeF, the issuer of the invoice is obliged to provide the invoice only in the case when the recipient is not obliged to use KSeF.

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