In Hungary, issuing invoices is strictly regulated. First of all, if you sell any of your products, either merchandise or services, you will always need to issue an invoice with an invoice number, to which both you and your customer will be able to refer later. For this purpose, a random piece of paper, a Word or Excel file will not be enough: you will have to issue your invoice more “officially”. There are two main methods for this.
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