When we can help

If you sell cross-border you may have international VAT obligations.
Here are a few of the typical scenarios where we assist online sellers…

We often help sellers who…

Sell goods and digital services to EU customers

If you are selling goods and digital products/services to customers across the EU, you may be liable for VAT.

Sell goods to UK customers (from outside) through their own website

Selling on your own website, as opposed to a marketplace, comes with a unique set of fiscal responsibilities.

Sell goods cross-border through their own website

Whether you use Squarespace, Magento, Shopify, WooCommerce or another platform, make sure you’re VAT compliant.

Re-sell goods or dropship

You might never see your goods in-person, but you could still be responsible for paying VAT.

Hold their stock in another country

You will need a VAT registration to hold stock in a country in which you are not established.

Sell through Amazon’s FBA programme

Many of our clients sell FBA, and with our experience you can be assured we will keep you compliant.

Need help with an audit from a tax authority

If you get contacted by a tax authority, we can help you step-by-step through your audit.

Have goods stuck at customs

Incorrect VAT registrations can cause issues at customs, make sure you know where you need to register.

Have issues getting goods into a 3PL fulfilment centre

3PLs will often hold goods in multiple countries, we can help you to register in each country where you hold goods.

Have issues with incorrect invoices

Invoicing requirements for VAT can vary, speak to an expert to make sure you’re invoicing VAT correctly.

Sound familiar?

If any of the scenarios above sound familiar, or think you may need some other assistance with your international VAT, a member of our team would be happy to help.

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