Characteristics of the electronic invoice in Slovenia

Slovenia is one of the most advanced countries for electronic invoicing in the European Union. It has been in use since 2001 when the chamber of commerce created a national standard. Currently, the electronic invoice is only mandatory for B2G transactions.

Tax Authority

Tax Authority

Financial Administration.

Obligation

Obligation

Since 2015 electronic invoicing has been mandatory for all public entities and their suppliers.

Format

Format

Electronic invoices can be sent in the national format e-Slog 2.0 or in the UBL 2.1. (PEPPOL BIS 3.0) format.

Digital Signature

Digital Signature

Not mandatory.

Archiving

Archiving

10 years.

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Common questions

Slovenia has two central platforms to recieve electronic invoices depending on the function of the public institution. The Uprava republike Slovenije za javna Plačila (UPJ) platform (Public Payment Administration) for institutions catalogued as “Budget users”, and the Exchange HUB for entities categorized as “non-budget users”. Both platforms are connected to the PEPPOL network.

Implementation of e-Invoicing around the world

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