E-invoicing in Portugal -eSPap
Despite delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Portugal is implementing crucial e-invoicing reforms. Companies must prepare for the changing landscape, including requirements such as the QR code on invoices since January 1, 2022, and the mandatory inclusion of the ATCUD unique ID from January 1, 2023. Discover the SAF-T reporting specification for trade, agricultural, and industrial sectors, simplifying the electronic transmission of business data and tax returns. While B2B e-invoicing remains optional, stay informed about potential future obligations. Explore the classification of companies based on size and understand the dedicated eSPap platform for B2G e-invoicing, adhering to UBL 2.1 CIUS-PT or CEFACT CIUS-PT standards. Finally, learn about the transition from PDF invoices to digitally signed electronic invoices, effective from January 1, 2023, to ensure compliance with tax purposes in Portugal.