This article contains the most important issues and frequently asked questions about e-invoicing. We encourage everyone to read through the sections before sending the first e-invoice.
What is an e-invoice address and where can I find it?
E-invoice address is the senders or receivers address that is used to send e-invoices.
Take note! Make sure to check the spelling of both the e-invoice and the operators address before sending an invoice A faulty address is the most common reason why an e-invoice will get lost in the transition.
Which information is compulsory in an e-invoice?
The tax-officials require you to have the following information on the invoice:
- Receivers address, postal code and post office
- Your bank account information
In addition to this, you of course also need the customers e-invoice information. More information about compulsory invoice information can be found here.
Do e-invoices have limitations with the amount of characters or information?
E-invoices are sent as a standard e-invoice form. The standard dictates the amount of information that can be send in an e-invoice. For example the maximum amount of characters in a field. The standard ensures that all of the information in the invoice can be correctly transferred to the customer.
A few examples of the limitations:
- The senders WWW address can not be over 35 characters long
- The maximum amount of characters in an invoice row is 100
So e-invoices have certain limitations as to how many characters certain fields can have. Isolta will not allow you to send an e-invoice unless all the requirements of the standard are met.