Claiming VAT for goods purchased from the EU and sold elsewhere
How do I claim VAT for the goods that are purchased from an EU company and sold onto another EU company as a UK registered company?
There should not be any VAT charged by the supplier when the goods are delivered directly from the supplier in an EU country to your final customer in another EU country. This is called ‘The triangulation simplification’. For more information please get in touch at email@example.com
This question was asked as part of our ‘VAT overseas’ webinar which we ran with SimplyVAT:
SimplyVAT aims to make cross border trading compliance simple. We help ecommerce sellers from all sales channels register for VAT and comply in all 28 EU countries as well as Canada.
Our ethos is to help businesses grow and sustain their ecommerce channels by educating them about their international VAT compliance obligations.
The Institute’s new series of Bitesize Chunks, in partnership with Simply VAT, take you through everything you need to know about VAT overseas:
- Module One: International VAT
- Module Two: International VAT Rules for the Supply of Goods
- Module Three: International VAT Rules for the Supply of Services
- Module Four: International VAT Recovery Rules in EU Member States
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