Luxembourg B2G e-invoicing
Luxembourg’s B2G e-invoicing finalizes its implementation in March 2023.
Luxembourg’s mandatory B2G e-invoicing will be implanted in full in March 2023. By that date, all businesses must issue and submit electronic invoices for transactions made with the public administration.
This requirement was implemented gradually, according to the following deadlines:
- First, large businesses by 18 May 2022.
- Secondly, medium-sized businesses by 18 October 2022.
- Finally, the rest of the businesses must comply with this requirement by 18 March 2023.
The B2G mandatory electronic invoicing applies to all transactions made within the framework of a public procurement or concession contract with the Luxembourgian public administration.
The way of submission of the e-invoices is the European delivery network Peppol (Pan-European Public Procurement OnLine). However, as an alternative, taxpayers can also submit the e-invoices via the electronic platform MyGuichet.lu on a non-automated way.
You can find here the official notice about the new B2G requirement in Luxembourg.
Most EU countries progressively implement B2G and B2B e-invoicing obligations. You can have a look at some of these updates in our Blog section.