INVOICING / E-INVOICE
Implementation of XRechnung according to the law of e-government (EGovG)
Based on the law of e-invoicing dated 4th April 2017 (BGBI. I, 770 ff) as well as the Federal Government’s Regulation on Electronic Invoicing (ERechV), CISPA is obliged to accept electronic invoices (e-invoices).
All invoicing parties are mandated to issue and transmit invoices exceeding order values of € 1,000 in electronic form (§ 4 ERechV).
Exceptions to the obligation, for example in the case of direct orders up to € 1,000 net, are governed by § 3 (3) of the ERechV.
The following applies to invoices and credit notes (to simplify reading, the term “invoice” will be used throughout):
The following alternative ways are available for the transmission of electronic invoices to CISPA:
In order for your invoice to be assigned correctly, it is mandatory to submit our buyer reference ID 992-80255-64.
Please note the following requirements for e-invoices.
For more information please visit https://www.e-rechnung-bund.de Language can be switched to English.
In addition to the mandatory information required by german VAT law (§ 14 UStG), an electronic invoice must contain the following information in accordance with § 5 ERechV:
In addition, an electronic invoice must include the following information if it was provided to the biller by the ordering party at the time of order or in advance:
All billing-related information must be transmitted in a generally machine-readable form and may not be included outside the designated text fields.
Invoicing parties who are not mandated to submit electronic invoices according to § 3 (3) ERechV have the alternative of submitting invoices as PDF to email@example.com in addition to the aforementioned electronic formats.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your cooperation in the implementation of electronic invoicing.