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Portugal delays B2G e-invoicing for small businesses

Monday 29th January, 2024

B2G obligations for small medium enterprises (SMEs) has been on the agenda for some time in Portugal. Although, in its annual budget, the Portuguese government has delayed the requirement to 1 January 2025.

The updated timeline is already available on the Public Administration Shared Services Entity (ESPAP) website, which coordinates the implementation of B2G e-invoicing in Portugal.

This means that SMEs, microenterprises, and entities of the public administration have an extra year to ensure compliance with the mandate.

Portugal has also, as part of its Budget Law 2024 delayed the requirement for electronic invoices to be affixed with a qualified signature to 1st January 2025.

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