Italy Partially Postpones e-Invoicing Mandate for Supplies of Fuel at Roadside Stations

July 27, 2018 Yujin Weng

The Italian tax administration has announced the postponement of the early implementation of the electronic invoicing mandate for roadside fuel and service stations. According to Regulation Prot. n. 89757/2018, all taxpayers in the business of supplying fuel and gasoline intended to be used as motor fuel, or supplying services as subcontractors under agreements with public bodies, were required to start issuing electronic invoices in July 1, 2018. However, this mandate has been partially postponed until January 1, 2019 for roadside fuel and service stations. More information about this issue can be found here.

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