Ecommerce: VAT changes
July 21, 2021
Major changes to the way we ship to the EU came into effect last week, with ecommerce companies advising their customers that a new post-Brexit change regarding VAT will affect products shipped from any third country in the EU from July 1 this year.
But what change exactly?
All goods sold to EU destinations from a third country will have to declare VAT.
The goods must go through customs to clear the tax and duties. What it means, in e-commerce:
Therefore, if you sell any product below 22 euros, that good will not be subject to customs clearance and you will not have to assume any cost. If this amount is exceeded, the consumer is obliged to pay that amount at customs, to which must be added the commission for carrying out the corresponding customs formalities.
The Import One Stop Shop IOSS is the safest and, in principle, the most economical systemThe EU has created the IOSS Import One Stop Shop to simplify the whole process. Customers will be able to see the total cost at the time of purchase.
If the seller does not use the IOSS facility, customers will have to pay for it when it arrives at customs, plus the shipping company's commission.
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