BELTUG publishes case studies on the impact of the government's mandatory e-billing initiative


As of 1 January 2017, suppliers to the Flemish government must use e-billing to invoice. BELTUG wants to bring clarity to our members as they prepare for the changes. In co-operation with the Solvay Business School, we have developed three concrete case studies representing different types of companies: a small company, a mid-size Belgian business and a large multinational. These cases are intended to help members evaluate the consequences of e-billing and to better assess its impact. Based on these cases, we will also update our Position to the government regarding the practical implications of the decision to impose the use of e-billing on its suppliers.

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