At the heart of the discussions: The transition to electronic invoicing
Our accounting firm, true to its commitment to accounting excellence, recently organized a series of strategic meetings on the transition to electronic invoicing. This initiative took place in several of our offices, and the last meetings of the year on this subject were held in Verdun and Metz, offering our clients the opportunity to engage in discussions of the utmost importance.
These meetings were not simply an opportunity to present an essential topic. They also served as a platform for collaboration and exchange with our customers. Our duos of partner accountants and memorial accountants led these discussions in an informed manner. Their expertise in this field highlighted the implications and benefits of electronic invoicing for French companies.
At the last meeting in Metz, some thirty customers were present!
We would like to thank our customers and partners for their active participation in these meetings. Their commitment to understanding and anticipating these fundamental changes strengthens our partnership on a daily basis. We are committed to continuing our collaboration to ensure a smooth and mutually beneficial transition for all involved.
Reminder: Initially scheduled for July 1, 2024, the obligation for companies established in France to issue and receive electronic invoices has been postponed to a date to be decided as part of the Finance Act for 2024.
Upcoming meetings : A cross-border look at Social Protection for company directors
Our next meetings will focus on “Cross-border social protection for entrepreneurs”. These events will take place on November 16, 21 and 28, 2023, in Metz, Lexy and Luxembourg respectively.