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Online shopping has become more and more common for many consumers. You may pay VAT if you are selling products and services to private individuals in other EU countries.
Generally, businesses that provide VAT charged goods and services must be VAT registered. Here’s a guide to reclaiming VAT for businesses.
Any company which provides goods or services that are classified as taxable supplies must be registered for VAT, or Value-Added Tax, provided that its turnover reaches the VAT threshold (for instance £81,000 in the UK).
It’s important to make sure that your VAT records are updated and correct. One of the main aspects of keeping accurate VAT records is to keep track of input tax which you can claim from countries in which you do business.
VAT registration is followed by declarations as well as periodic compilations and/or Intrastat reports. Here’s what you need to know.
What startup founders should know about VAT.
Do you have to register for VAT abroad? Here are examples of when VAT registration might be needed.
The world of VAT has been in constant change since the start and there is no sign of status quo anytime soon. What is the future of VAT?
Value-added taxes are implemented across all Nordic countries.
The basic concept of VAT for businesses is easy to get your head around. It’s often when goods and services cross borders things become difficult. Here’s the first rule you should know.