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Avoid EU & UK import VAT after Brexit; Postponed Accounting

Goods moving between the UK and EU 27 member states are liable to import VAT payments following the UK leaving the EU VAT regime on 31 Dec 2020. But, with careful planning EU or UK traders can avoid t...Continued

Brexit EU VAT & customs options for UK ecommerce sellers

UK ecommerce sellers face hard choices on taxes and customs if they want to keep selling to EU consumers in 2021, following the end of the Brexit transition period. Import VAT, customs declarations an...Continued

Brexit UK VAT for EU & US ecommerce sellers

EU and US ecommerce sellers face hard choices on taxes and customs if they want to keep selling to UK consumers in 2021 following Brexit. The UK’s HMRC has imposed new ecommerce VAT registration and ...Continued

Brexit Northern Ireland 'XI' VAT and EORI number

Northern Ireland must follow EU and UK VAT rules after Brexit . 'XI' VAT and EORI numbers must be used on goods invoices, statistical reporting and customs documents to help the HMRC and the EU follo...Continued

UK and EU EORI numbers for Brexit

Businesses moving goods between the UK and EU from 1 January 2021 require an Economic Operator Registration Identification (EORI) number from both the UK and EU. EORI numbers are unique numbers busine...Continued

2021 global VAT & GST rate changes

The 2021 international VAT and GST rate and regime changes, including extension of consumption taxes onto non-resident providers...Continued

Brexit VAT on services to EU or UK

Following the UK leaving the EU VAT regime on 31 December 2020, most of the changes on VAT will affect goods movements. There are limited changes to VAT on services – except certain cross-border B2C s...Continued

UK Brexit Postponed VAT Accounting PVA and VAT return

The UK is scheduled to leave the EU VAT regime on 31 December 2020. The UK is introduced deferred import VAT scheme – Postpone VAT Accounting PVA – so traders importing goods into the EU and rest of t...Continued

German VAT rate returns to 19% 1 Jan 2021

The German standard VAT rate has returned today to 19%. It had reduced to 16% between 1 July and 31 December 2020 to help businesses and consumers during the COVID-19 crisis. The 7% reduced VAT rate h...Continued

Brexit - selling digital goods? Reapplied for MOSS VAT return?

Following the UK leaving the EU VAT regime 1 January 2021, if you are an UK, EU or US seller of digital services, then you will need new VAT registrations to avoid being fined by the tax authorities. ...Continued