E-invoices frequently asked questions and answers (FAQ)

In this article, we answer all your doubts in regarding e-invoices in the frequently posted format questions and answers. We know, that transition to e-invoices can be complex and difficult. Because of of that, you have selected all the answers about e-invoices, technical and program for e-invoices. Here you have instructions for registration on SEF, so you don't lose time and switch to e-invoices in less than half an hour with a modern solution.

This is also the right place to look for all questions you have about e-invoices, by applying and registering on the electronic system invoice and e-Invoices Online service. Below you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions, a You can read more details about each topic at linked websites.

Frequently asked questions


Obligation to issue electronic invoices in transactions between VAT companies enters into strength, begins January 1, 2023.

Additionally, from January 1, 2023 the year of the transaction in which one of the parties is public sector body are subject to deadline for electronic invoices, which dictates the necessity of electronic recording of VAT calculations.

  • Who is obliged to use the System electronic invoices (SEF) for management (sending, receiving and storing) electronic invoice?
  • Public sector organization:
  • refers to the general level of the state in in relation to the law governing the budget system. (KJS: users of public funds/budget)
  • public companies in the sense that they are regulated by a special law from the general state law level.
  • Except for state sector entities, private sector entities that are VAT payers.
  • Tax agent for a foreign natural person
  • Voluntary users of SEF: Simply put, everyone else subjects (those not in the VAT system) are not required by law to use SEF, but they can choose to do so. They have to to use SEF throughout the current i next calendar year if they wish. In that case, they are subject to the same requirements regarding receiving, sending, etc. as well as private organizations sector.
  • When it is necessary to use the SEF system electronic invoices for submission invoice? (For companies that have to deliver invoices via SEF)

In transactions involving entities public and private sectors have an obligation sending an electronic invoice via SEF (SEF users – regardless of whether the user voluntary or mandatory user). A transaction in the legal sense refers to delivery of goods, i.e. provision of services, including advance payment; transactions no fee or fee transaction.

  • Important point 1: Logging request requests for payment through SEF do not applies to payment requests which do not include the sale of goods and services, such as reimbursement requests or excessive invoicing of expenses between the mentioned companies.
  • Important point 2: There is no obligation to send electronic invoices via SEF when one SEF user sends to the recipient who is not a SEF beneficiary (because the recipient is neither a subject of the public sector, nor private sector entity/obligor of VAT, nor is it a voluntary user).

Exemptions from service requirements electronic invoices via SEF include:

  • except when the e-invoice is delivered upon request public sector bodies in accordance with the article 198a of the Rulebook on VAT value, retail turnover and received retail sales advances pursuant to regulations governing it fiscalization.
  • contractual conditions for cash recipients according to international framework agreements
  • procurement, maintenance and overhaul of weapons and military equipment, security procurement sensitive hardware and related procurement goods and services

Important point 1: If you are not subject to the obligation to pay VAT i you were previously required to register accounts in Central register of invoices (CRF), you will no longer register invoices directly on CRF; instead, SEF will send invoices directly to CRF. It actually means you have to register with SEF to issue the invoice you require recording in CRF. This registration is can be considered voluntary registration, u in which case you will have to continue to you send and receive invoices through SEF. He's waiting is the official answer or position of the Ministry of finance on whether this will be used considered voluntary by law and whether that implies that after the first registration you will have to send and receive subsequent invoices through SEF.

Important point 2: Even if you are not required to use it SEF for issuing invoices, in some cases circumstances may require it for VAT registration. See part u further on the separate recording of VAT in SEF for more details.

  • Are electronic invoices distribute via e-mail in PDF format?

No, invoices are sent in XML format via System of electronic invoices (SEF).

  • What legal rules apply when talking about electronic invoices?

By the Law on Electronic Invoicing Serbian and European standards were established e-invoice in order to match this later two standards and adopted XML UBL 2.1 standard.

  • What exactly is SEF, i.e. the System electronic invoices?

If the Law on electronic invoicing, you have to register on SEF, software or an information technology solution that is developed/ordered by the state (Ministry of finance), through which electronic invoices are transferred, received, recorded, processed and stored. You can use this one program for invoicing your clients. Invoices are sent in XML format, if possible sending supporting documentation in PDF format.

  • When the e-invoice is sent to the end to the client?

Although you cannot track the status of electronic invoices through SEF, it is considered delivered at the time it was issued. With our service you can track the status invoices, including whether the client accepted or not. Details on the reasons for for which the end client did not download the e-invoice We will deliver within 7 working days from of your request.

  • When an e-invoice must be accepted, dispute or refuse?

Within 15 days from the delivery of the invoice, the customer (invoice recipient) has the option to accept or reject the electronic invoice. The electronic invoice is considered accepted if it is a public sector organization no accept or reject within that period. The subject the private sector will get a reminder that it is e-invoice sent if he does not accept or reject it within that period. Then the extended period of 5 starts day, and if the invoice is not accepted even after of this extended period, shall be deemed to be invoice rejected.

  • What exactly is and how XML is made format?

Standard UBL 2.1 (EN 16931-1 - standard SRPS EN 16931-1:2019/A2:2020, which is the same as European standard EN 16931-1:2017+ A1:2019/AC:2020 which is also recognized as Serbian standard) is used to populate the XML format, which is the legally prescribed format e-invoices.

The XML document format cannot be created the user directly, but:

  • specific means such as e-Invoices Online for sending electronic invoices
  • or using accounting software (if integrated via SEF or connect through a program such as e-Invoices Online which is integrated with by SEF).
  • Alternatively, you can directly report to SEF and fill in manually information for online e-invoice before which SEF converts to XML (specifically for small businesses, with a couple of invoices per month).
  • What is the purpose of SEF (system of electronic invoice)?

The two main duties of the SEF are:

  • Management of e-invoices: issuing/sending, receiving, storing, acceptance/rejection – refers to public and private sector entities (state institutions and public companies), who are considered liable under the law VAT,
  • and VAT recording: registration of VAT by taxpayers, according to The Law on Value Added Tax, which in addition to public and private entities sector according to the Law includes legal entities and entrepreneurs who are not liable for VAT (e.g. a person who is not in the VAT system is considered liable for the services received from abroad).

Important information: Taxpayers are still obliged to submit a VAT return and fill out the POPDV form in the same way as before the passing of the Law on electronic invoicing. It doesn't affect it issuance of e-invoices and recording of VAT in to SEF.

  • What are the penalties? Are there penalties for improper recording or management e-invoices in SEF?

According to the Law on Electronic Invoicing, Penalties are provided for failure to issue, receive and storage of electronic invoices, as well as for using data for illegal reasons. It can be punished legally with a fine person, including an organization of private or public sector, entrepreneur, information intermediary, as well as responsible persons in the legal field to the body. The fines range from 50,000 to 2,000,000 dinars.

  • Are there consequences for incorrect or incomplete VAT registration in SEF?

Amendments to the law impose compensation on subjects private sector (legal entities and entrepreneurs in the VAT system) and public companies, as well as responsible persons in to a legal entity or a public company, due to failure to comply with the conditions for recording VAT in system.

For non-compliance with the obligation in question by other persons who are not considered subjects private sector in terms of the Act on electronic invoicing or public companies in the sense of the law governing them public companies, neither was proposed prescribed punishment for non-compliance with the subject obligations.

  • Who voluntarily uses SEF?

Voluntary user of electronic systems invoice" is defined as a tax payer on income from self-employment within of the law regulating income tax natural persons and corporate tax payer legal entities within the framework of the law by which governs the corporate income tax. Legal persons, except public and private entities sector, which, in accordance with the law, applied for the use of electronic systems invoice and to which provisions apply of the law that applies to private sector.

These are specifically business and legal companies organizations that are not registered for VAT.

  • Would you give examples of entities that are required to register individually VAT in SEF?

To record VAT in the system of electronic invoices is the person who is responsible is obliged to calculate VAT as tax debtor, but which in this case is not owed to issue an electronic invoice. For example:

  • VAT obligor (subject from private sector) conducts business with an entity that is not VAT payer; is not obliged to send electronic invoice and deducts VAT from sales. After that he must enter like this calculate VAT in SEF;
  • The person who performs the transaction delivers an electronic invoice on which it is not calculated VAT, a recipient of products and services from construction activities, which is in accordance with Article 10, paragraph 2. item 3 of the Law on VAT, is carried out internally VAT calculation. The recipient of the invoice then calculates VAT on third party sales and registers the result in SEF;
  • He is considered a tax debtor a person who receives a service from a foreigner who does not have a tax representative in Serbia and whose place of delivery is determined in Serbia according to the provisions of Article 12 of the Law about VAT. This person calculates VAT on turnover of a foreigner and entries charged with VAT records in SEF.
  • A person who receives products and services in replacement for secondary sales raw material and services directly related to it goods and which is considered the obligee tax according to Article 10, paragraph 2, point 1. of the Law on VAT.
  • Retail trade (as defined by the Law on Fiscalization) by VAT payer, when there is no registration obligation of traffic through the fiscal device. However, since neither the fiscal invoice not real, VAT calculated on its turnover is recorded in SEF.
  • How to recognize a voluntary user? There are a lot of invoices every day, so yes checking each one individually via the web pages of the Tax Administration is not practical method.

Law on Electronic Invoicing in Article 5. paragraph 9 states that the list of system users electronic invoices public list which includes tax identification numbers entities of the public sector, private sector and voluntary system users who are obliged to receive and keep an electronic invoice in accordance with this law as well as unique numbers of users of budget funds entities that are registered.

The Ministry of Finance should publish list of system users on the system site electronic invoicing (https://www.efaktura.gov.rs) as soon as the rights and the obligations from this law begin apply.

  • How long are invoices kept in between public and private sector?

According to Article 15 of the Law on Electronic invoicing, electronic invoices which received or issued by public organizations sectors must be kept permanently, while invoices of private sector organizations they must keep for 10 years after the end of the year in which they were created.

Although it is not specified what happens when a public sector entity issues an electronic invoice, and the subject of the private sector is receive, or vice versa, it is assumed to be the legislator intended to submit a request that electronic invoices are permanently stored.

  • Saving invoices: Is it necessary to receiver keep the invoice? Accordingly, yes whether the user is part of public or private sector, in paragraph 1 and 2 of Article 15 of the Law on electronic invoicing stated that keeps the account in the Electronic Invoice System permanently or for a period of 10 years?

Article 15 of the Law on Electronic Invoicing determines the obligation to maintain electronic invoice for public and private companies sector. The electronic invoice is permanently stored in the Electronic Invoice System if it is from public sector organizations, be it issuing or receiving company.

In accordance with Article 15 of Article 15 of the Law on electronic invoicing, from companies in the private sector is required to maintain electronic invoices sent and received by own systems or in systems information intermediaries with which to do so they have a contract. Electronic invoices will therefore be stored in the Electronic System invoice (during the legally prescribed time frame) and will be managed if a private sector company decides to them do not save. As a result, the subject is not obliged to keep the electronic invoice himself.

Article 20 of the Law contains a provision on punishment for violation of a legal entity, private sector, that is, the responsible person, that is entrepreneur, if not issued electronically account in accordance with the law; however, the Regulation on the conditions and method of keeping and placing on inspection of electronic invoices in a way that ensure credibility and integrity content of invoices in paper form, u bottom line, it's not.

Each electronic invoice it generates The system can be exported to "human readable form", and even printed by by all subjects (public and private sector). The Electronic Law does not obligate to do so invoicing, but it has no effect on his provisions. Likewise, the Electronic System the invoice will not hinder the subjects to fulfill your legal obligations hereunder (or other) rules.

The only way, in theory, to break the law is for a private sector company to declare to keep electronic invoices in the system an information intermediary, without actually being one signed a storage contract with information intermediary.

  • Whether a business owner who is not registered as a VAT payer enters the invoice that he sends to the VAT payer in SEF?

Electronic invoices must be issued only in transactions:

  • between organizations in the public sector;
  • between public and private organizations sector;
  • between private sector organizations.

At this point, it is important to keep in mind that a private sector entity in the legal sense refers only to natural persons who are registered in the VAT system (except entities public sector). It also means that, except if they do not register as voluntary users of the electronic invoice system, business owners who are not registered in they are not obliged to send to the VAT system electronic invoices, regardless of whether sale to those enrolled in the system or no.

  • If a lump sum entrepreneur uses the system e-invoice for sending invoices to the organization public sector, will that face considered a "voluntary user"?

According to the Law, flat-rate entrepreneur is not considered a mandatory user of the System electronic invoices. However, he will be asked to register in the system electronic invoices in order to through this system registered accounts on the CRF if from It will issue invoices on May 1, 2022 to public sector organizations where these invoices must be registered in to the central register of accounts (in accordance with According to the law on payment deadlines obligation in commercial transactions) (will not be the possibility of direct access central registry). In this way the business owner transforms into voluntary user to whom they apply requirements of the Law on Electronic Invoicing which apply to entities in the private sector.

This expressly means that these persons will expect them to accept electronic invoices sent by other SEF users since July 1 2022, as well as to send electronic ones invoices to voluntary and private users sector from January 1, 2023.

  • Is it necessary to send e-invoices via SEF when products or services are sold foreigners?

The Law on Electronic Invoicing does not for now requires issuing e-invoices to foreigners subjects.

  • Are invoices for the sale of goods and services which are sent to people abroad register in SEF?

Existing regulations do not mandate issuance electronic invoices to foreign persons. Tax the obligee who performs the sale is obliged to individually records the calculated VAT in SEF when there is a request for VAT calculation for sales to foreign natural persons (for example, selling services to non-regarding persons obligees in accordance with Article 12 of the Law on VAT).

  • Da li lice koje je upisano u sistem PDV-a evidentira fakturu koju dobije od nekoga ko nije upisan u sistem PDV-a u SEF?

SEF does not keep records of incoming invoices. There is no requirement for electronic issuance invoices when the transaction is performed by a person who is not registered for VAT payment, except in in case that person voluntarily uses SEF (if the electronic invoice was issued by a person which performs the transaction, which is a voluntary user of SEF, not a recipient). There is no obligation or method of registration of VAT in SEF because the said turnover (which performed by a person who is not in the VAT system) is not subject to VAT.

  • Are businesses required to use Electronic invoicing system even if generate or receive only paper invoices?

According to the Law on Electronic Invoicing, all public sector organizations are required to send or receive electronic invoices using the e-Invoice system.

  • Can a foreign legal representative of the company from the private sector to report to the System e-invoice using your electronic certificate? Private sector organizations with foreign legal representatives

This is a significant problem because of the technical restrictions legal representatives who are not residents of the Republic of Serbia cannot use the electronic services of the Tax Administration.

In the Law on Electronic Invoicing, no there is a limit to this option. Foreign citizens can undoubtedly own electronic certificate; conditions are possible check with authorities or organizations that they do so in the Republic of Serbia; the list of these is available at https://epotpis.mtt.gov.rs/registar-pruzalaca-kualifanih-usluga-from-trust-2.

JMBG is not necessary for the electronic system the invoice itself. It will be tested to see how well KES works when it is foreign citizen legal representative.

  • Cancellation of approved invoices in the system: Is it possible to revoke accepted invoices that have already been processed through the system e-invoice?

Before the recipient accepts the electronic invoice, the issuer has the option to cancel the one that has already been sent. If the issuer wishes to cancel the delivered electronic invoice after the recipient has accepted it, it must submit an invoice for cancellation.

  • Is the user of the VAT system obliged to registers VAT calculated on turnover natural persons in SEF?

Retail sales and received advances for sales retail in accordance with fiscalization rules are excluded from the obligation to pay electronic invoices (obligation to create electronic invoices do not exist).

Regardless of whether the buyer is a natural person, legal entity or entrepreneur, retail is defined by the Law on Fiscalization as any sale of goods and provision of services to individuals persons, as well as any sale of goods and services in retail, stores, incl transactions made through the device for self-payment, such as vending machines for sale.

As a result, the basic rule is to sales to individuals (retail sales) records with a fiscal device, so no there is an obligation to send electronic invoices.

However, the obligee who performs the transaction VAT calculated in this way is recorded in SEF when carry out VAT taxable transactions in person persons and there is justification for exemption from recording obligations through the fiscal device. So, even in that case, if turnover is not recorded through fiscal device, VAT is recorded, but still does not generate an electronic invoice.

  • How foreign accounts are distributed public sector organizations? Do use this e-invoice system?

According to the provisions of Article 9, Paragraph 3 of the Law on electronic invoicing, electronic an invoice issued by a foreign business entity issued to a public sector entity will be issued immediately and provided that it is an electronic account issued in accordance with European standards.

  • As co-signatories with limited authorizations (legal representatives) access the system?

Registration for access to the Electronic System the invoice is made by the subject's legal representative transaction, that is, the subject of the transaction personally, in accordance with the provisions of the Ordinance on method and procedure of registration for access The system of electronic invoices, the method of access and use of the Electronic Invoice System i the way of using the data available in it. In this case, it will be the person who is in to the appropriate register of the Agency for Economic Affairs registered as a legal representative legal entity and as other authorized persons. According to the latest information, it has been removed technical problem that prevented some legal agents to sign up for a demo version system.

  • If we need to receive and send invoices, whether we are required to preserve and electronic copies of those invoices? More specifically, do we have access (electronic certificate) if the central system stores all invoices? Which system is meant when legislation states that invoices maintained through an electronic system invoice? Is it a system that is developed by the state or a company?

In accordance with the rules of the Electronic Act invoicing, obligation to keep electronic invoices can be filled or stored in Electronic invoice system or storage at the information intermediary (last option available only to subjects from the private sector sector). It is important to note that the Law on does not derogate from electronic invoicing, u in the sense that it does not derogate from the provisions of other rules which regulate the management of certain documentation (such as how the Law on Accounting relating to keeping the accounting document).

  • Will the company's choice of payment method – cash, checks or credit or debit cards – influence the way in which enter invoices into the Electronic System recording invoices?

The method of payment is not decisive for the System electronic invoicing for recording invoice, but it is crucial to determine whether is an account between entities made in retail in terms of the law governing it fiscalization. There will be no mandatory transfer electronic invoices through the system electronic invoicing if sales of goods or services must be recorded using an electronic fiscal device in in accordance with the Fiscalization Law. Processor of fiscal invoices will establish an exchange data between the electronic fiscal device and electronic invoicing system.

  • What other electronic systems are connected with that for electronic invoicing so that the company does not have to enter twice data?

According to the provisions of Article 9, Paragraph 3 of the Law on electronic invoicing, electronic an invoice issued by a foreign business entity issued to a public sector entity will be issued immediately and provided that it is an electronic account issued in accordance with the European standard.

  • Is the current System test environment of electronic invoicing as well as production version?

Test environment i demo version of the efaktura.gov.rs portal are not the same as the Electronic System of invoicing that has not yet been put into operation (live mode). Starting a trial version i test environment had a dual purpose identifying irregularities in work i giving potential proposals for improving portal performance for electronic invoicing. It is expected that they will are some characteristics of the system itself of electronic invoicing to change in the light numerous comments, initiatives and ideas that are given.

  • Is it possible to select the option "Recipient pays VAT", and then put the comment that it is in accordance with Article 10 of the VAT Law, and not to write it later? Keep in mind that the invoice must state the legal one the provision regulating the payment of VAT.

Here it is important to mention the article of the Tax Law on added value. It's a technical question with the positioning of this note. Considering that the recipient can calculate VAT in accordance with not only by Article 10, paragraph 2 (item 3) of the Act, we currently believe that such a note should not be combined.

  • Can construction companies issue temporary situations to charge over SEF? Do those circumstances require the same kind of authority as before?

Temporary construction sites will be explored at the same way as before the passing of the Law on electronic invoicing, in accordance with rules that apply in this area and contractual arrangements between contractual side. The temporary situation does not represent necessarily an invoice in terms of the VAT Act, so it is it is crucial to keep in mind the VAT regulations and the Law on electronic invoicing. Instead, it will be necessary to issue a separate invoice (electronic invoice), and temporary the situation will be attached as an attachment electronic invoice.

Note that although this is an option that offers taxpayers the Law and Regulations about elements of electronic invoices no require that temporary situations they report via SEF.

  • What to do if on the SAME ACCOUNT you need to the following information is reported:
  • Compensation that IS NOT SUBJECT to taxation
  • Taxable turnover
  • Traffic released ON MULTIPLE BASES
  • Compensation from Article 17. (invoicing on behalf of and for the account of another person)

An invoice submitted to SEF may contain multiple different categories exempt from VAT, as well as a range of additional VAT rates. The only limitation is that you can choose only one reason or comment per category; in the same category, there cannot be more than one, regardless of which law exempts VAT.

  • What would be the procedure for entering all items for final construction works? In the specification attached to the interim situation, there may be more than 100 pages, listing all types of work along with their quantities and costs.

It is not necessary to list every aspect of the specification in the electronic invoice based on the type and quantity of items or the type and scope of services provided (or in the invoice form that existed until now). Specifications are provided as per the contract with the invoice recipient. The invoice states that the turnover is invoiced according to a specific interim situation/contract, and so on (which symbolizes the turnover).

  • Is it possible to use input VAT from an invoice that has not received SEF approval as previous VAT?

The Electronic Invoicing Act is defined in Article 7, paragraph 2, stating that it does not affect the application of the provisions of the law regulating the calculation and payment of value-added tax and the subordinate acts adopted in accordance with that law, as well as the application of the Electronic Invoicing Act and the provisions of the law regulating accounting, in the part of the provisions regulating accounting documents. The Electronic Invoicing Act does not control the right to deduct input VAT under the Value Added Tax Act, so the fact that the invoice has not yet received SEF approval does not affect the taxpayer's ability to deduct input VAT, provided that the conditions for doing so are met.

  • In our case, the delivery note is only one document, unlike the two that other companies usually have, which makes us unique. The electronic invoice sent by the new method must be separate from the paper delivery note, which must be attached to the items.

The conditions and manner of issuing invoices are regulated by the Value Added Tax Act and the Electronic Invoicing Act. The requirements, method of issuance, and handling of documents accompanying the goods are regulated by trade legislation. The delivery note, which serves as a document for goods, and the invoice, which is prescribed by the Value Added Tax Act, are often issued together in practice. Although this is a technical issue that has arisen in practice, no law has yet been passed to resolve it (although it has not been prohibited either). It is reasonable to conclude that there will be an obligation to provide a document for the dispatch of goods (a document accompanying goods in transit) as a separate document because, starting from the application of the Electronic Invoicing Act, a document that is only an "invoice" ("invoice" according to the Value Added Tax Act) will be issued via the Electronic Invoicing System. A regulation on electronic delivery notes is being prepared, under which all documents will be issued in electronic form, according to the statement.

  • Is it possible (without an API) to send e-invoices in a group, rather than individually from the taxpayer's ERP? As an observation, a sample of "group" entry of invoices in CRF is provided.

One XML file is provided for each invoice, and group entry and delivery of invoices are not supported.

  • Is an invoice issued via E-invoice if the transaction took place before the Electronic Invoicing Act came into force, but the invoice was issued after it?

Yes. The Electronic Invoicing System is used for sending electronic invoices.

  • Will the invoice issuance date data be entered manually or will the SEF column be automatically filled in?

The invoice issuance date will be considered the system date when the invoice is sent.

  • Does application and registration in the e-Invoice system mean that the user is a voluntary user, and does he now have to report all invoices through the e-Invoice system, even if he is not in the VAT system and is not obliged to use electronic invoicing but still does business with the public sector and needs to register the invoice?

He has become a voluntary user of the system by registering in it, and in the future, he will issue invoices using the Electronic Invoicing System in accordance with the Electronic Invoicing Act.

  • By registering in the system, did he voluntarily join its user base and agree to transmit future invoices in accordance with the Electronic Invoicing Act?

The recipient is responsible for organizing work with input invoices through the user interface or by connecting to an accounting program. All invoices are delivered to the recipient's dedicated mailbox.

  • Is the Electronic Invoicing System used for issuing pro-forma invoices?

Since pro-forma invoices effectively represent an offer to close a sale, rather than a request for payment based on a transaction, they are not issued through the electronic invoicing system (for the sale of goods or services).

Questions and Answers Regarding the e-Invoices Online Service

This is a solution for all types of companies and professionals who want to switch from paper invoices to electronic ones. This is the best option for you whether you are an independent contractor transitioning from spreadsheets or more complex documents or have an established system you want to replace with electronic invoicing. For existing ERP solutions, check out our integration options.

  • Is this all I need to comply with the law and switch to e-invoices?

Yes. All invoices created in our system will be electronic, and you can send and receive them through SEF. The e-Invoices Online Platform includes the ability to archive invoices, which you can do by sending them to the legally prescribed archive where they will be stored for up to 10 years. Connect SEF to our solution after registration to start creating e-invoices immediately.

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It costs nothing to sign up for our solution. The price of the service varies depending on the package you choose, and payment is required only after 30 days from registration, giving you time to consider if this is the best option for you. You can easily stop using our service and refuse to pay the bill if the solution does not suit you. The monthly basic cost of the BASIC package for annual payment is 976 dinars. But if you have a small number of invoices, you can issue 5 e-invoices monthly with the FREE package, completely free.

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You can test our product for free for 30 days to see how good it is.

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  • Is it necessary to download an application?

No. 100% of our solution is web-based. All you need to use our solution is a free registration.

  • What is the purpose of this solution?

E-invoices can be created, sent, received, and archived through our solution. Connect your ERP using an API to use e-Invoices Online through it, or use our revolutionary virtual printer solution (if integration via API is not possible).

  • Which package would be best for me?

Depending on your needs, you can use any package that suits you. All customers start with the smallest package when they register. If you need more features, you can easily switch to a larger package.

  • Can I create, send by mail, and archive a certain number of invoices?

It is possible to create, send, and archive as many invoices as you need. The amount of space provided in each package is the only limitation. Generally, 1 GB can hold 8,000–10,000 invoices.

  • Is registration required before I try your solution?

Registration is required, but it is free, and within 30 days from the date of registration, you are free to test the solution and stop using it.

  • Can I create invoices on a different device?

Yes, you can sign in and use e-Invoices Online on different devices if you already have an account.

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