Modèle de facturation électronique :
  • Post Audit
Format de fichier obligatoire :
  • B2G: Peppol BIS
  • B2B : sans objet
Obligations B2G :
  • Peppol
Exigences en matière d’archivage 
  • Période de 6 ans
Signature électronique :
  • Pas obligatoire


La gestion du panorama mondial de la conformité fiscale est complexe et gourmande en ressources. En matière de facturation électronique, chaque pays dispose d’un ensemble d’exigences spécifique et en constante évolution.

La non-conformité, intentionnelle ou non, peut entraîner des pénalités financières considérables, une perturbation des activités et un impact sur la réputation.

Mises à jour


  • Informations sur le taux de TVA/G(S)ST
Extension of reduced VAT rate for hospitality and tourism As Europe enters a post-Covid recovery era, countries are conscious of the balance between promoting a return to previous rates and retaining reduced rates. Recent events in Ukraine and rising food costs have hampered the progress of countries who had hoped to return to pre-Covid fiscal measures. To this effect, Ireland has extended the reduced VAT rate for hospitality and tourism through February 2023. This was initially scheduled to expire on 1 September 2022. Tungsten Network supports all valid Irish rates on our portal.


  • Informations sur le mandat fiscal
New guidelines published for the B2G sector The Irish government is actively promoting e-invoicing throughout the country to raise greater awareness around e-invoicing. To this effect, it has published guidelines which assist suppliers in sending invoices to the public sector. Ireland has recently stated that it will draw inspiration from the e-invoicing models in other countries as a basis for its own e-invoicing model. It will be interesting to see the developing e-invoicing landscape and the appetite for e-invoicing in the country further to this campaign driving greater recognition of the sector.


  • Informations sur le taux de TVA/G(S)ST
VAT reduction on gas and energy bills The recurring trend for the reduction in VAT rates for energy and gas continues unabated across Europe, considering rising inflation and the post-Covid economic recovery. Ireland is no exception- and the Irish Ministry of Finance has announced a VAT reduction from 13.5% to 9% to take effect from 1 May 2022. This is expected to run until 31 October 2022. VAT reductions often prove to be costly - and in Ireland, the reduction in VAT rates for energy and gas will come at a cost of 46 million Euros to the government. In addition to rising inflation, it is likely the measure was introduced to counteract the carbon tax, which is also commencing on 1st May 2022. Such measures serve to demonstrate that VAT must be viewed as part of a greater intricate framework of taxes within the fiscal structure rather than a tax in isolation and underlines the challenging role of the government to balance and manage the effects of taxation.


  • Informations sur le taux de TVA/G(S)ST
VAT reduction for energy and electricity rates Recent events in Ukraine has led to a surge in energy and electricity prices. To this effect, the Irish government will cut VAT on electricity and energy from 13.5% to 9%. This will take place from 1 May 2022 to 31 October 2022 and is estimated to come at a cost of 46 million Euros.


  • Informations sur le mandat fiscal
Consultation on VAT digital reporting and e-invoicing Many countries are working towards achieving a more efficient and streamlined VAT process and reducing tax fraud. Ireland is no exception- the European Commission has recently put Ireland’s tax gap at 1.7 billion Euros. To this effect, Ireland is currently reviewing plans to implement e-invoicing and e-reporting in the country. The Irish Revenue has indicated that it will draw inspiration from e-invoicing models in other countries. Plans to implement e-invoicing are in their infancy at the moment, but Tungsten will monitor any developments in Ireland and keep you informed to this effect.


  • Informations sur le taux de TVA/G(S)ST
Irlande : réduction du taux de TVA pour le secteur de l'hôtellerie

L'Irlande va temporairement réduire le taux de TVA pour le secteur de l'hôtellerie (hôtels, restaurants, bars, etc.) de 13,5 % à 9 %. Le changement sera en vigueur du 1er novembre 2020 au 31 décembre 2021.

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