The French Tax Administration released version 2.2 of its e-invoicing technical specifications on January 31, 2023. Technical specifications aim to provide details on the upcoming French e-invoicing and e-reporting system.
E-invoicing and e-reporting will become mandatory in phases:
- From July 1, 2024, it will be mandatory for large taxpayers to issue e-invoices and report other transactions. It will also be mandatory for all taxpayers to receive e-invoices from this date.
- From January 1, 2025, the e-invoicing and e-reporting obligation will apply to medium size businesses.
- From January 1, 2026, all taxpayers will be covered.
Additions to the latest version include the following:
- Additional mandatory data for e-invoices
- Details provided for the correction of e-reporting flows
- Existing use cases have been clarified, and new ones have been added
- Clarification on the use of APIs
- Updated descriptions of the extensions, formats as well as mapping (UBL, UN/CEFACT CII and Factur-x)
- Information on invoice retention have been added
The French Tax Administration is launching one of the most advanced e-invoicing and e-reporting systems worldwide. Taxpayers and service providers must start preparing to be ready by the deadline.
How Fonoa can help
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Invoicing: Issue tax invoices in locally compliant languages and formats, with support for third-party or self-billing. They’re customizable, as well.
Reporting: Report transactions in real-time and keep up with evolving cross border and local reporting requirements, all with a single API. Our Dashboard also offers unprecedented visibility of reported transactions globally.