The Estonian parliament approved on Wednesday, February 20, a bill pursuant to which the accounting of the state is to fully switch to electronic invoicing, which means that starting from July, the public sector only accepts e-invoices.
"Some two million invoices are sent to the public sector each year and their processing in various systems is laborious and time consuming," Minister of Finance Toomas Toniste was quoted in a press release as saying.
Toniste said that he deems it an important change as now the state's accounting can use a s...
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