Check out Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) / common questions about e-invoicing. Find out everything about e-invoicing and e-documents. Let e-invoicing be simple with Moj-eRačun service.

1. Check your spam mail.

2. If you still cannot find the requested offer, you can request a new one at the following link:

3. Please make sure you have entered your email address and the monthly number of invoices that you send to legal entities correctly (write the number only, without any letters or symbols).
After you have received the offer and the contract, you will also receive an automatic email which will guide you through the registration process.
If you have not received said email, finish the registration process via the following link:

You have to upload the following documents:
1) A signed copy of the contract (all four pages of the contract have to be scanned)
2) A filled and signed copy of the declaration
3) A scanned copy of your ID card
4) An excerpt from the Court Register
5) An excel spreadsheet containing VAT numbers of the invoice recipients (buyers) via the following link:
In case you have difficulty uploading the aforementioned documentation, you can forward it to the email address:
Please make sure to write the company name and VAT number under the email subject.
After you have completed the registration process and uploaded the necessary documents, we will check the validity of your documents and then send you an email containing Your USER ID and PASSWORD.

You will enter the user data:
1) in your accounting software program, if it is integrated with Moj-eRačun service (if you do not know where to enter the assigned data, please contact the administrator of your accounting software program)
2) if you do not have an accounting software program, you can use your USER ID and PASSWORD to sign in to our application for sending invoices (the application is available at the following link:
3) when signing in to portal, where you can view and check sent and received documents, as well as change your account settings if you have administrator rights.
You can send an e-invoice directly from your accounting software program if the program is connected to Moj-eRačun service, or via our free web application “Create Moj-eRačun”, if your accounting program is not connected to Moj-eRačun service.
You can sign in to our application with the USER ID and PASSWORD that you received upon registering.
You can send your invoices via our application “Create Moj-eRačun” and attach your documents as visualizations of your invoices.
If you have difficulty sending e-invoices to contracting authorities and entities from your accounting software program, you can send your e-invoices via the “Create Moj-eRačun” application.
In preparation – An invoice is being created or is waiting to be processed by Moj-eRačun service (i.e. to be certified and validated, etc.). On average, invoices can retain this status for a couple of seconds, but, during “rush hour”, they can retain it for several hours.
Sent – The invoice has been processed, and an email about its receipt has been sent to the recipient. The invoice is waiting to be downloaded.
Validated – The invoice has been processed by Moj-eRačun service and is waiting to be sent to the system of another information intermediary. Invoices can remain in this status for a couple of hours, but the transfer can last up to 24 hours in extreme situations.
Delivered – The recipient has successfully received and downloaded the invoice. If the recipient uses the services of another information intermediary, the status “delivered” means that the invoice has been received by the system of another information intermediary and forwarded to the recipient. Additional information is covered by the process statuses (you can read more about the process statuses below).
Unsuccessful (red colour) – If the invoice has to be validated by the Central Platform, the status “unsuccessful” means that it has not been validated. If invoices are being exchanged between two Moj-eRačun service users that do not fall into the category of public procurement entities, the status “delivered” means that the invoice has not been downloaded within a period of 5 to 10 working days. Unsuccessful (grey colour) – The invoice has been sent but cannot be processed and forwarded to the recipient (incorrect XML, certification error, etc.) – we recommend resending such invoices, and if they still cannot be processed, the XML has to be checked in more detail.
Cancelled – The invoice has been revoked by the sender and can no longer be downloaded by the recipient. It is impossible to revoke the invoices sent to public procurement entities because such invoices are transferred to the Central Platform in a matter of seconds.

Received (grey colour) – The document is in the recipient’s inbox in the system of another information intermediary.
Received and confirmed (grey colour) – The recipient has opened the document and downloaded it to their accounting software program.
Received (green colour) – The recipient has accepted the invoice and confirmed that the invoice is valid and correct.
Declined (red colour) – The recipient has declined the invoice and disputed it for a certain reason.
Additional process statuses (chosen by the recipient)
These statuses indicate a problem concerning the delivery of e-documents.

Here is a list of the biggest errors that you can check for yourself.
1) The recipient’s inbox already contains an invoice with the invoice number in question.
a. Please check whether you have already sent an invoice with the same invoice number.

2) The client does not have an inbox for receiving e-documents.
a. The recipient has not enabled the delivery of e-documents (they have not been registered on the Central Platform)
b. Please inform the recipient promptly about said issue so as to make sure that they are registered on the Central Platform and that they receive the sent invoice
c. You can check the list of entities that are registered on the Central Platform at the following link:

3) The invoice was issued to an incorrect business unit.
a. If the recipient has more than one business unit registered on the Central Platform and you have entered a wrong one or none, such an invoice cannot be sent to the Central Platform.
b. You can check the registered business units at the following link: .
c. If you have entered an incorrect business unit, please enter a correct one and resend the invoice.

4) The invoice format or the number of attachments is not supported.
a. All attachments have to be in “.xml” or “.pdf” format.
b. If you have to send an attachment in “.xlsx” (excel) or “.docx” (word) format, you have to convert it into “.pdf”.


5) Your tax code or category does not meet the prescribed regulations.
a. Please contact the distributor of your accounting software program in order to check whether the tax code/category is correct or not.

6) Code markings (e.g. measurement units) do not meet the prescribed regulations.
a. Please contact the distributor of your accounting software program in order to check whether the code markings are correct or not.

After you have contacted your accounting software administrator and corrected the XML structure, please reissue the failed invoices. If you are unable to resend the invoices from your accounting software program, you can send them via our web application.


7) The recipient is not a legal entity of the correct type.
a. Please contact our technical support ( with the number of the invoice that cannot be sent due to the reoccurring error.
All our partners (accounting software program administrators) have been given an option to check the error log on behalf of their users via the following link
The price varies depending on the business volume and the amount of sent invoices. Request an offer created according to your needs. Request an offer
From July 1st 2019, all public procurement contracting authorities and entities are obligated to send and receive invoices in electronic form. If you are a contracting authority or you do business with entities that belong to the aforementioned group, then you are obligated to use e-invoicing.
The Central Platform is a place through which all invoices are sent in accordance with the Croatian Electronic Invoicing in Public Procurement Act. It serves the Tax administration and the Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts to control and monitor e-invoicing. Moj-eRačun service is connected to the Central platform.
Moj-eRačun service manages the largest e-invoicing network and is connected to all verified information intermediaries, such as: FINA, Omnizon (Redok) i mStart. A user that sends e-invoices via Moj-eRačun service will not see a difference when sending e-invoices to a recipient who uses the services of another information intermediary.
Yes, of course. Seeing as Moj-eRačun service is interconnected with the FINA system for sending and receiving e-invoices, all e-invoices sent to contracting authorities and entities will be forwarded to the appropriate inboxes in the FINA system.
Entering your VAT number is a form of security check that we use in order to make sure that e-invoices are sent to the person responsible for the receipt of e-invoices for a certain legal entity. By doing so, we protect e-invoice recipients from unauthorized access to e-invoices that were not intended for them.
There are three ways:

1) If you do not have the email address of the partner you want to exchange your e-invoices with, please contact our technical support via with the VAT number of the partner.

2) If you use an accounting software program and you have the email address of the partner you want to exchange your e-invoices with, you can invoice the partner as any other, in the usual way.

3) If you use our applications and you have the e-mail address of the new partner, please follow these instructions: -> Sign in-> Companies -> Managing -> Address book -> Add new -> Enter VAT number and e-mail address.
The address book is intended for entering the email addresses of buyers you want to send e-invoices to.
When registering for Moj-eRačun service you were assigned the user data that you can use to sign in to our webpage:
If you want to view sent documents, please choose the “Documents” option where you can choose between received and sent documents.
Please send us the information about the buyer you wanted to send your invoice to via email ( ). There is a possibility that the buyer data is not entered into the database of Moj-eRačun service.
An e-invoice is a digital document, identical to a paper invoice in the legal sense. Each e-invoice sent via Moj-eRačun service has the status of registered mail because you can see the exact time of the receipt of the sent e-invoice by the recipient.
Moj-eRačun network allows you to send your e-invoices and other e-documents from more than 300 different accounting software programs. The network is connected to the FINA e-invoice service for the state
Moj-eRačun service is the largest integrated system for the exchange of e-invoices and other e-documents in South-eastern Europe.
Directive 2014/55/EU is an EU directive that requires the exchange of e-documents between private sector companies and public sector entities.
Each e-invoice sent via Moj-eRačun service is digitally certified and time-stamped, which makes it compliant with the Electronic Document Act, the Electronic signature act, the Regulation on VAT (No 79/13).
Apart from e-invoices, you can send other e-documents via Moj-eRačun service, such as an e-dispatch note, e-order form, e-credit note, e-receipt note, e-response, e-debit note, e-note, e-open item statement.

For more information on said documents, feel free to contact us.
o DMS (Document Management System) is a system that allows you to manage your documents.
You can easily organize, process, sort, browse, approve, “liquidate” or even sign your documents with an advanced electronic signature. You can create document workflows and approval options for users and even send documents to clients. DMS also allows you to store your documents in my-eArchive.
My-DMS is integrated with Moj-eRačun service, hence all documents received or sent via Moj-eRačun service can be transferred to DMS.
You can organize your documents with adjustable labels which are suited to your needs.
By creating a workflow, you can pre-define a document path directed towards one or more users in your company.
You can also impose conditions in the form of labels or signatures that documents have to contain before being archived or forwarded to another user.
My-eArchive is a system for storing and archiving all documents in digital form (regardless of the fact whether a document is originally in digital form or not).
In accordance with the applicable legal regulations, all e-documents and attachments are stored for a period of eleven years.
Considering the fact that every financial document has to be stored and archived in its original form, a structured electronic archive is highly needed.
My-eArchive is the final destination of your e-documents.
Browsing documents is incomparably faster, documents are significantly safer, and at the same time, you are saving paper and eliminating the cost of printing or losing documents, as well as the cost of archival space.
Your documents are stored in two data centres at two separate geographic locations on four servers, thus providing you with a high level of safety.
E-invoices are archived for a period of eleven years in accordance with the legal regulations of the Republic of Croatia.
Moj-eRačun service is the holder of the ISO 27001 certificate, which is an information security standard. Therefore, Moj-eRačun service guarantees you additional safety of your documents.
E-invoices and other e-documents that you send via Moj-eRačun service are automatically stored in My-eArchive.
E-invoices are stored in their original form along with their attachments, digital certificate and timestamp. Therefore, they do not have to be printed and kept in paper form, which makes My-eArchive an ideal place for archiving such documents.
My-eArchive offers authorized users a simple and instant approach to their documents.
In May 2016, the Government drew the Conclusion about the reform measure that abolishes the use of seals. The Conclusion launched a series of reform measures aimed at facilitating business. Every new product has to meet the following regulatory requirements: the Accounting Act (Official Gazette No 78/15, 134/15) and the Electronic Document Act which stipulates what My-eArchive needs to ensure. By abolishing the use of seals, business environments have become simpler, and the possibility of using a document management system, such as My-DMS, has finally been realized.
All invoices exchanged via Moj-eRačun Service are stored in My-eArchive. My-eArchive for the current year is available until 30 April of the following year.

After the above mentioned time span, all e-invoices are archived for the period stipulated by the regulations on invoice storage. They are archived together with their attachments and the “liquidation” process [if the payer approved and verified (i.e. “liquidated”) an invoice via the web application of our service].
You can access all electronic invoices and documents transferred to the long-term archive if you agree to the My-eArchive service.
If there are no documents in the eArchive, it means that your documents are still waiting to be archived. Our service and eArchive currently share servers, which is why the archiving procedure is launched during the weekend only (so as to reduce server load.) Only a portion of documents is archived during the weekend, while the remaining portion of documents is on hold. The said problem can be solved by manual archiving via the “moj-eračun” button in the interface of the e-Archive, where you can view all incoming and outgoing documents.
The duration of the integration process depends exclusively on the extent to which an accounting program is compatible with Moj-eRačun service from the very start. In other words, it depends on whether an accounting program allows the creation of an XML file and whether the program has all the necessary data to create an XML file, as well as on the content of an XML file.

The average length of the integration process is two weeks. For a more detailed estimate, please contact our team of IT consultants via the following e-mail address:
Once we have checked that your XML structure is correct and that you can send and receive e-documents, we will assign you your USER ID AND PASSWORD for the production environment as well as the appropriate SOFTWARE ID. You can request said data via the following e-mail address:
It is possible to connect to our service in two ways:

1) via the API method
2) via “Driver.exe” application that you can launch via CMD or by sending a request from your accounting program
Of course, they can. After your user sends an e-invoice to our service, we certify the invoice and forward it to the FINA service. Upon receiving the invoice, FINA sends it to the end-user.