With the budget law of 2018, the obligation of electronic invoicing was introduced "for the sale of goods and services carried out between residents, established or identified in the territory of the State".
As of 1 January 2019, it is therefore no longer possible to issue invoices in paper format. It is necessary to send it via the Exchange System (SDI).
Therefore, in order to issue the electronic invoice in the correct format, we therefore need some specific data, in addition to the standard ones.
For convenience, registration of an account as a Company is required.
In this way, all company data can be compiled:
- business name,
- VAT number
- tax code (where necessary)
The data necessary for electronic invoicing can be entered in the "Addresses" section of the account. The following fields are present:
> SDI code Also known as "recipient code", it is an alphanumeric code of 6 characters (for the Public Administration) or 7 characters for private individuals that identifies the "virtual address" (ie the software platform) in which the invoices sent to the recipient who adopts this code.
> PEC Those who do not have a recipient code can also receive electronic invoices in their certified e-mail inbox.
You will then receive the invoice relating to your order directly in your tax drawer of the Revenue Agency. We invite you to keep your details up to date, as well as the shipping and billing address. We are not responsible for any errors due to missing or incomplete data.
At the same time as sending the invoice in electronic format, a courtesy copy in PDF format is also sent to the email indicated during registration.
In case you need a copy you can contact our Customer Service.