Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA)
Fulfilment by Amazon, more commonly known as Amazon FBA, enables sellers to store their goods in Amazon fulfilment centres. When a sale is made via the platform, Amazon then packs those goods and ships them to customers.
Read our articles on the Amazon FBA below and learn how Vatglobal can assist your e-commerce company to become VAT compliant.
If you run an e-Commerce business selling through Amazon, you have VAT obligations which means you’ll probably need an FBA VAT solution too. That’s a near certainty. Chances are, you have to comply with VAT
Online marketplaces like Amazon make it easy to sell your goods to customers all over the world. Of course, that also makes it easy to run into global VAT obligations. That can be disconcerting, as
From 1 July 2021, online marketplaces, including Amazon and eBay, will, under certain conditions, be responsible for charging and reporting VAT on goods sold through their platform to customers in the EU. Similar regulations are
We recently considered the VAT obligations that sellers incur when selling through Amazon’s FBA service. We’ll now dig deeper into the specific practical realities involved. We will also briefly consider the various VAT compliance mechanisms
Fulfilment by Amazon, more commonly known as Amazon FBA, enables sellers to store their goods in Amazon fulfilment centres. When a sale is made via the platform, Amazon then packs those goods and ships them