Why would my company need to register for VAT and what are the important considerations?
If a business no longer makes taxable supplies in a country, and has no reason to be registered for VAT, de-registration or de-activation from VAT may be required.
Businesses who provide goods or services in a jurisdiction with a VAT regime must comply with the relevant VAT laws of that country, and this will often include registration and filing requirements.
All EU and many non-EU countries permit non-resident VAT registration if a business undertakes taxable activity in the country. Rules for registration may differ to those for local businesses.
Once registered, you will need to be aware of the various returns that need to be filed and how all transactions should be declared.
Once registered for VAT, you will be obligated to make periodic declarations of all transactions. These VAT returns are usually due every month or quarter.
Businesses making taxable supplies must charge VAT at the applicable rate. VAT incurred for taxable activity is recoverable subject to EU and local legislation and is offset against output tax.
If a business makes sales to businesses VAT registered elsewhere in the EU, filing of an EC sales list will be necessary.
Our experienced team of VAT consultants provides the expertise your business needs to deal with international VAT issues in a practical and cost-effective manner.
When goods are imported into the EU, VAT must be paid by the importer. Netherlands has a deferment regime that allows importers to defer the VAT, which can have a massive positive cash flow impact
There are certain industries and regions that will have special VAT rules or requirements.
Selling on Amazon是一种协助各卖家在所有欧洲亚马逊市场平台（amazon.co.uk和amazon.de等）上销售其产品的应用程序。
There are 4 distinct ways to sell your products on Amazon, each with a different VAT compliance implication. Here we explain each option and the issues for sellers to consider