EU legislation on VAT & E-commerce
In order to resolve the above-mentioned problems, on 1 December 2016 the European Commission published various legislative proposals for the cross-border E-commerce sector. From 2018, these new VAT regulations could already have an impact on your VAT processes. Read the latest news and discover whether changes in threshold amounts, exemptions and in the application of the MOSS (Mini-One-Stop-Shop) system will affect your company.
VAT tips for cross-border E-commerce
VAT return process within Europe
As an E-commerce entrepreneur with clients abroad, you will have to deal with European VAT obligations, such as VAT registrations and VAT return obligations. You can use local representatives to draw up and submit VAT reports. You can also opt for our E-commerce VAT Portal. This portal has been especially developed to completely automatize your VAT return process within Europe and to meet local VAT obligations.
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