The National System of e-Invoices (KSeF), which was to be in mandatory form as of July 1, 2024, will be implemented at a later date.

The Finance Ministry will commission an external IT audit of the KSeF and indicate a new date for implementation of the system.

KSeF „National System of e-Invoices”.

During a press briefing on January 19, 2024, Finance Minister Andrzej Domanski provided information about the postponement of the KSeF mandatory entry date.

“We have diagnosed errors that prevent the implementation of the mandatory KSeF by the expected date. Therefore, I have made the decision to conduct an external IT audit and postpone the implementation of mandatory KSeF. The system will not go into effect in 2024. The results of the audit will be the basis for indicating a new date.” – said Andrzej Domanski, Minister of Finance.

In deciding to postpone the deadline, the Finance Minister took into account the project’s state of readiness as well as feedback from businesses.

“As Minister of Finance, I am responsible not only for budget revenues, but also for the stability and predictability of doing business in Poland.”- emphasized the Minister of Finance. 

At the same time, the minister stressed that the KSeF is a very important and essential element in sealing the tax system, and it will certainly be implemented in the Polish tax system.

Taxpayers can voluntarily use KSeF from January 1, 2022. The e-invoicing obligation in principle was to come into effect on July 1, 2024, and for small and medium-sized VAT-exempt companies on January 1, 2025.

KSeF Aplikacja | Tokeny | Faktury [Video available in Polish]