KSeF: Polish businesses can now be invoiced via Billit

If you are doing business with Polish companies, we have good news for you. It is now possible to invoice with Billit via KSeF, the Krajowy System e-Faktur. This system will soon be the standard for all invoicing between companies in Poland.

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What is KSeF?

Poland has been committed to electronic invoicing for years. For instance, since 2019, it has been mandatory to submit digital invoices to the Polish government. It will soon also be mandatory to invoice Polish businesses digitally. This will not be done via Peppol, but via the national e-invoicing platform KSeF, a system that is similar to Peppol and Italy's SDI. The KSeF platform is free to use in Poland.

Billit customers can now also use their account to access KSeF to invoice Polish businesses. This service is free of charge.

How to send invoices to Poland

If you want to use Billit to invoice a Polish business via KSeF, follow the step-by-step guide on our ‘E-invoicing in Poland’ page.

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