Thursday 26th October, 2023
The Slovenian Ministry of Finance has released a draft law which promotes B2B e-invoicing in the country.
The draft law is heavily influenced by ViDA – promoting compliance with the European Standard on e-invoicing and compliance with the national Slovenian provisions (eSLOG 2.0).
The proposed mandate scope appears to be wide, targeting all B2B transactions, and covering all business entities.
The Slovenian Ministry of Finance has not committed to a firm timeline for implementing e-invoicing. Slovenia has indicated that technical specifications will be published from 6 months from their publication in the Official Gazette of Slovenia and that the law provisions will be effective 12 months after their publication. This detail can provide taxpayers with a good indication as to when the mandate can be expected to start, as the law is expected to be approved in 2024, which means provisions could come into effect as soon as 2025. According to Kofax.