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How to manage e-invoicing in Sweden? Definitive guide

Many countries in the European Union are using electronic invoicing when exchanging documents. In this article we explain how e-invoicing works in Sweden, when it affects you and how to send an invoice easily. First of all, it is essential for companies to choose a...

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How to manage e-invoicing in Sweden? Definitive guide

Many countries in the European Union are using electronic invoicing when exchanging documents. In this article we explain how e-invoicing works in Sweden, when it affects you and how to send an invoice easily. First of all, it is essential...

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E-invoicing in the Netherlands

Electronic invoicing in the Netherlands has been mandatory since January 1, 2017. Since then, all suppliers of central public bodies (ministries and their departments and agencies), must use e-invoicing. In this article, we tell you everything you need to know....

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How to create an XRechnung? Germany e-invoicing

What is XRechnung? XRechnung is the German e-invoicing format that is mandatory for invoicing most government administrations. It ensures a uniform exchange of invoices between the invoicing company and the respective administrative body. The baseline for XRechnung is provided by...

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How to create an e-invoice?

Creating an e-invoice in a structured electronic format (UBL, XML, etc.) and complying with the regulations is a complicated task for freelancers and companies. In this article, we give you some tips and explain how to create an electronic invoice...

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What is UBL format?

Do you know what UBL is? The implementation of e-invoicing is a big step forward. Since 2015, e-invoicing is mandatory when exchanging documents with the administration in some regions, and it will be for all companies soon. Therefore, the European...

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E invoicing in Spain: how to send it?

Nowadays, electronic invoicing is a common practice for companies worldwide in need to invoice a public authority, and it is gradually gaining importance for transactions between private companies as well. An example is when you need to send e invoicing...

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How to send e-invoices to France?

E-invoicing in France is a reality. If you are a supplier to the French public administration, then you must send your e-invoices to your customers via Chorus Pro (Directive 2014/55/EU). What is the Chorus Pro portal? As mentioned above, e-invoicing...

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What is Peppol?

E-invoicing is now the future of commerce and fiscal management, and an increasing number of countries around the world are adopting it as mandatory. Recently, the Australian Government has adopted the international e-invoicing Peppol standard, becoming the common format for exchanging...

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Luxembourg adopts e-invoicing

Luxembourg is another European country that is beginning the transition towards e-invoicing. Local public entities are already requesting electronic invoices from all their customers through the Peppol network. We’ll tell you everything you need to know to send an electronic...

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B2Brouter, free e-invoicing app

Did you know that B2Brouter is a free e-invoicing app? It is a solution that allows you to send electronic invoices to your private and public clients, free of charge and with no limit to the number of invoices, clients...

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