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Romania plans for mandatory B2B and B2C e-invoicing

Friday 5th July, 2024

Romania intends to extend e-invoicing requirements for B2C transactions as of 1 January 2025 in its continued efforts to combat tax evasion.

The Romanian Minister of Finance announced the plan to extend e-invoicing requirements from 1 January 2025, with optional use becoming available from July 2024 for B2C transactions.

The extended requirements encompass all taxable persons issuing invoices directly to consumers. The B2C transactions will have to be reported in the RO e-Factura system.

B2C transactions are defined as those occurring between a taxable entity established in Romania and final consumers.

The Romanian government will issue further reporting requirements and timelines.

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