Here’s why you should work with Unimaze as your e-invoicing service provider in Luxembourg:
- Unimaze is a leading provider of e-invoicing solutions for businesses around the world.
- We provide a comprehensive suite of e-invoicing tools and services to streamline your invoicing process.
- Our platform is highly secure, using advanced encryption technology and adhering to strict data privacy regulations.
- Unimaze's e-invoicing solutions are highly customizable, allowing businesses to tailor the ERP systems to their specific needs.
- We provide comprehensive support services, including training and ongoing technical support.
- Unimaze has over 20 years of experience carrying out various EDI, e-invoicing, and other international document exchange projects. We have successfully connected thousands of businesses globally during this time.
- Our extensive experience and successful track record demonstrate our ability to provide effective EDI, e-invoicing, and document exchange solutions to businesses worldwide.
What Does All This Mean for Your Business?
You'll Achieve Legal Compliance
Partnering with Unimaze will ensure you fully comply with Luxembourg's data regulation and transfer standards.
You'll Digitize Your Business
Unimaze's innovative e-solutions will allow your business to leverage digitization’s benefits, including streamlining and automating AP procedures.
You’ll Enjoy Massive Savings
Shunning paper-based invoicing for e-invoices can save your business hundreds of dollars annually. Use our e-invoicing benefits calculator to see how much you could be saving.
Ready to Streamline Your Invoicing Process and Take Your Business to the Next Level?
Contact Unimaze today to learn more about our customizable and secure e-invoicing solutions and how we can help your business achieve its goals.
Electronic Invoicing in Luxembourg - FAQs
What Is the Required Format for an e-Invoice in Luxembourg?
In Luxembourg, e-invoices must comply with the European Norm (EN) 16931.
The EN 16931 standard specifies that e-invoices must be in a structured electronic format, such as XML or UBL, and must contain certain mandatory information, including:
- The invoice date and a unique invoice number
- The name and address of the supplier and the buyer
- The quantity and description of the goods or services provided
- The unit price and total amount, including any taxes or discounts
- The VAT identification number of the supplier and buyer
- The payment terms and method of payment
Is E-Invoicing Mandatory in Luxembourg?
While B2B e-invoicing isn’t mandatory in Luxembourg, large Luxembourgian companies are obliged to send e-invoices to public authorities.
This marks a significant step towards the wider adoption of electronic invoicing in Luxembourg and reflects the government's commitment to modernizing its administrative procedures.
Who is Liable to Send E-Invoices in Luxembourg?
Currently, large Luxembourgian companies with more than 250 employees or an annual turnover of more than €50 million are required to submit their invoices to public authorities in electronic format, using the European Norm (EN) 16931 standard.
This requirement applies to invoices for all public contracts and invoices for any other services or goods provided to public authorities.
This requirement has been extended to small and new businesses since March 2023.
While B2B e-invoicing is not currently mandatory for businesses in the private sector, many companies are voluntarily adopting electronic invoicing due to the many advantages it offers, such as reducing costs, streamlining processes, and improving accuracy and efficiency. It is becoming increasingly common for businesses of all sizes to send and receive e-invoices in Luxembourg.