Key facts about Belgium's B2B e-invoicing obligation

February 2024

Key facts about Belgium's upcoming B2B e-invoicing obligation

On 1 February 2024, the Belgian parliament approved the draft legislation to introduce mandatory B2B e-invoicing in Belgium as from 1 January 2026.

To help businesses prepare for these upcoming changes, we have created a concise summary that addresses the most frequently asked questions regarding the proposed mandatory B2B e-invoicing obligation in Belgium. Our update provides insights into:

  • why the B2B e-invoicing mandate is being introduced;
  • what the obligation will entail;
  • the use of Peppol as the default standard; 
  • the main impact on businesses; 
  • the next steps and how to prepare for what's coming.

Stay informed and download our newsflash today for more insights on the impact of these possible changes. Please do not hesitate to reach out to your regular PwC contact, or contact the team below to learn more on how we can support you navigating these changes.

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Ellen Cortvriend

Ellen Cortvriend

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Sven Geenens

Senior Manager, PwC Belgium

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