Regulatory updates - Croatia

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Get the latest news and updates on e-invoicing, e-ordering, e-archiving and indirect tax regulatory requirements for Croatia.
October 30 2023

Croatia requests EU derogation to mandate countrywide B2B e-invoicing

The Croatian Ministry of Finance requested the EU derogation to introduce countrywide mandatory B2B e-invoicing from 1 January 2026.

September 4 2023

Latest progress of the Fiscalisation 2.0 project

More information has become available, since Croatia announced the Fiscalisation 2.0 project.

February 14 2023

Croatia announces new project for mandatory e-invoice exchange within the business sector

In order to prevent VAT fraud and increase efficiency in the economy, the Croatian Tax Administration launched the project “Fiscalization 2.0”, which aims to introduce a new system for e-invoicing, e-archiving and advanced online bookkeeping.

January 30 2019

Croatia mandates B2G e-invoicing as of 1st July 2019

Croatia has become one of the first countries to fulfil the April 2019 deadline of the EU directive 2014/55.

Country Specifications

E-Invoicing/CTC Model:

– B2G: Centralised/Peppol

– B2B: Post-Audit

Mandatory Infrastructure:

– B2G: FINA e-Račun/Peppol

– B2B: N/A

Mandatory Format:

– B2G: UBL 2.1, Peppol BIS

– B2B: N/A

Mandatory for Issuing:

– B2G: Suppliers to all contracting authorities

– B2B: No explicit requirements

Mandatory for Receiving:

– B2G: All contracting authorities

– B2B: Buyer’s consent required

eSignature:

Not Required

Archiving Period:

11 years

Archiving Abroad:

Allowed under conditions

Regulatory overview

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