09.12.22

Government encourages the adoption of PEPPOL e-invoicing 

Australia has mandated business-to-government (B2G) e-Invoicing since July 2022, requiring government agencies to adopt the use of PEPPOL e-Invoicing. Further on, the Australia Taxation Office (ATO) announced a Business e-Invoicing Right (BER) initiative to promote business-to-business (B2B) e-invoicing in a gradual phase, starting with large companies from July 2023. Under  this initiative, businesses are legally obliged to adopt and send einvoices if requested by their customers. This means that Australia is not implementing a government-led e-Invoicing mandate (aka as Continuous Transaction Control), but rather seeks to stimulate the  uptake of e-Invoicing through ‘market dynamics’.  

The ATO remains committed to encouraging the adoption of e-invoicing, and recently published an article on the benefits of PEPPOL e-invoicing for SMEs. With more than 18,000 businesses already using eInvoicing, the government expects a significant growth in the use of e-invoicing over the next 12 months.  

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