The most significant change of the new regulation will require companies to adapt how they manage invoices. For example, it will be mandatory to receive and send invoices via a digital platform.
Businesses have two choices:
- Use a digital platform that's partnered with and approved by the tax authorities (such as PDP). This platform will handle turning the PDF invoice into a legally-compliant format.
- Sign up for the Chorus Pro invoicing portal (PPF), currently used for all business transactions with the French State or local authorities.
Companies will only be able to go through the digital platforms approved by the tax authorities to send their invoices.
You’re now up to speed on all the information you need to prepare for the new e-invoicing mandate.
Qonto is already in the process of adapting its current invoicing solution so that it complies with the reform when it is introduced. As an active member of the National Electronic Billing Forum (Forum National de la Facture Électronique) and by participating in the working groups organized by the General Directorate of Public Finances (Direction Générale des Finances Publiques or DGFiP), we're staying on top of all the latest developments related to the reform.
We’ll keep you updated you on the finer details of the changes that this new legislation entails. And, of course, we’ll present the best-in-class solutions to help you and your business adapt with ease.
If you’re searching for a business account that's both 100% online and fully customizable, look no further than Qonto. Simplify your invoice management and get equipped with the tools you need to stay ahead of the new legislation on electronic invoicing.