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Slovakia E-invoicing & Digital Reporting Guide

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Slovakia Electronic Invoicing and Digital Reporting Requirements

Indirect tax control regimePost audit (CTC is proposed)
E-Invoicing/CTC ModelPost audit (Clearance e-invoicing regime is proposed)
Obligation statusPostponed (effective from April 2023)
Governing entityMinistry of Finance of the Slovak Republic
Infrastructure/platformE-Invoicing Information System (IS EFA)(Informačný Systém Elektronickej Fakturácie)
Peppol connectivityN/A
TaxpayersAll VAT-registered or resident taxpayers in Slovakia
Domestic TransactionsB2B - no, B2C - no, B2G - yes (from April 2023)
Cross-border TransactionsExport - no, Import- no
DocumentsInvoice, credit note
Supplier-side requirements (AR)
Format(s) while sending to the platformXML
Format for exchange with buyer/recipientXML
Buyer-side requirements (AP)
Receiving document in electronic formatMandatory for public entities
Validation requiredNo
Acknowledgement of receiptN/A
Response to the document received (Accept or reject)Not possible
Archiving AbroadAllowed with conditions
Archiving Period10 years from end of the fiscal year
Other Digital Reporting Obligations
SAF-T or other accounting filingsNo

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Currently, e-invoicing and digital reporting are not mandatory in Slovakia but are permitted. Although, the Ministry of Finance is working on the introduction of Slovakian e-invoicing system. It is likely that e-invoicing for B2G transactions is expected to become mandatory from April 2023 and there are proposals in relation to the extension of the obligations to B2B transactions too, but to date, the proposed draft law is yet to be approved.

In the first half of 2019, a new requirement was introduced in Slovakia, which mandates all cash registers to have a direct online connection to Slovak Financial Directorate through a system called "eKasa". Through this system, all transaction data is transmitted automatically to the Tax Authorities. Additionally, the use of electronic cash registers abolishes the need to print bills if the customer agrees to receive the bill via email.

What Types of Businesses Does This Apply to?

All invoices between business entities (B) and state administration bodies (G) should be submitted through the E-invoice system expectedly from April 2023. In the current project setup, only B2G and G2G invoices are handled exclusively.

Governmental Body Responsible for E-invoicing in Slovakia

The Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic (Ministerstvo Financií Slovenskey Republiky)

Penalties for Not Adhering to Slovakia's E-invoice Mandates

A penalty between EUR 30 and EUR 3,000 might be imposed on taxpayers, who fail to comply with any of the obligations of non-monetary nature.

What does the e-invoicing process in Slovakia look like?

  1. Businesses should use an invoicing tool to issue an invoice.
  2. The user has to log in to the E-Invoicing Information System.
  3. Sending an invoice in XML format via an application programming interface (API).
  4. File submission via XML invoice import using web UI.
  5. Through a web form to create and send invoices in the web user interface.

Is SAF-T Needed in Slovakia?

SAF-T is not introduced in the Slovak Republic.

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