Since 2014, electronic invoicing, “eRačun“, to the public sector has been mandatory. Since then, companies that provide public services and are based in Slovenia and therefore have a Slovenian tax number must also issue their invoices in electronic form.
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In addition, Slovenia is now also adapting to the EU VAT package for e-commerce. On June 29, 2021, the new regulations were accepted by the authorities and put into force for e-commerce as of July 1, 2021. In addition, further clarifications have also been made in relation to the import procedure for distance sales.
In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, the temporary VAT exemption for medical supplies and subsidies was also extended. This extension applies to the purchase and supply of protective and medical equipment until December 31, 2021.
What are the requirements?
How is the electronic invoice transmitted?
Slovenia has established its own EDI network (UJPnet) to which invoices must be addressed, therefore delivery by e-mail or fax is not allowed.
Basically, the method of invoice transmission is allowed in three different variants:
Invoices can be exchanged using the Bankart processor via banks participating in the eRačunov interbank exchange.
Small suppliers who have a small volume of invoices can send their invoices through a free web portal set up by the tax authority.
Medium and large companies
Medium and large companies can send their invoices to accredited suppliers that have received certification from the UJP. However, suppliers must also have a communication platform that can connect to the administration.
In the future, it is expected that the private sector will also be affected by mandatory invoicing in electronic form.
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