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Archiving requirements:

7 years




Navigating the global tax compliance landscape successfully is complex and resource-intensive. Every country has a specific and constantly evolving set of legislated e-invoicing requirements.

Non-compliance, intentional or not, can result in significant financial penalties, business disruption, and reputational damage.

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  • Mandate information
Announcing new time plan for the B2B e-invoicing mandate In the 2023/24 Budget, Israel confirmed the implementation of an e-invoicing mandate. The mandate will follow a phased approach starting in 2024 according to invoice value. The Ministry of Finance has announced the following schedule: 
  • 2024 – mandatory for invoices with value above NIS 25,000 (~USD 6,896) 
  • 2025 – mandatory for invoices with value above NIS 20,000 (~USD 5,517) 
  • 2026 – mandatory for invoices with value above NIS 15,000 (~USD 4,137) 
  • 2027 – mandatory for invoices with value above NIS 10,000 (~USD 2,758)  
  • 2028 – mandatory for invoices with value above NIS 5,000 (~USD 1,379) 
The e-invoicing mandate is based on a Clearance Model. Under this model, invoices must be sent to and approved by the Tax Authority in real time. A unique identifier will be assigned by the Authority upon approval. Taxpayers cannot deduct input taxes from invoices without this procedure. 


  • Mandate information
Propose B2B e-invoicing in the 2023/2024 Budget In the National Budget of Israel 2023/2024, there is mention of introducing a Continuous Transaction Control (CTC) model in the B2B e-invoicing system.    The tax authority proposes a so called "clearance model", where invoices must be validated and approved by the government platform before they can be sent to the customers. According to the proposal, the clearance requirements will be applied to all B2B invoices with above NIS 25,000 value. Estimates from the Tax Authority suggest that only 15% of invoices are affected.