@UFC_Jest_W_Dupie: @sosn: @reddml:
Jesli osoba z UK kupic towar z EU, niezaleznie od jego pochodzenia, przy odbiorze bedzie musiala oplacic VAT+Duties+"handling fee" od kuriera, tyle.
Jak wysylam z UK do EU to odbiorca w EU bedzie musial zaplaci w zaleznosci od kraju odbiorcy- VAT+clo+handling fee kuriera, ja jako wysylajacy musze ogarnac papierologie i nic wiecej.
Ogarnij i przestan pisac kocopoly.
Goods that are outside the UK at the point of sale
The seller must work out the consignment value of the goods by deciding their ‘intrinsic value’, this is the price the goods were sold for, not including:
any transport or insurance costs, unless they are included in the price and not separately shown on the invoice
any other identifiable taxes and charges
Unless sent individually, the seller must add the individual values of all items in a consignment together to get the total value of the consignment.
If a seller makes changes to the value of the consignment so that its total value goes above £135 they may be liable for import VAT and Customs Duty, and have to adjust the VAT already accounted for at the point of sale.
Low value consignment relief (LVCR), which is an import VAT exemption for goods valued at £15 or less, has been removed in:
Great Britain for goods imported from outside the UK
Northern Ireland for goods ordered remotely that are imported from outside the UK and EU
Consignments valued at £135 or less
The seller must charge and account for VAT at the point of sale, unless the consignment is a business to business sale and the customer has given them their UK VAT registration number.
To charge and account for VAT the seller will need to:
know the precise nature of the goods to find out the correct rate of VAT to charge
register for VAT - sellers that are already registered for VAT do not need to re-register
keep records of the goods sold, and make sure they get accurate information to apply the correct VAT treatment to them
For goods supplied into Northern Ireland from outside the UK and EU, low value consignment relief will no longer apply and the seller will be liable to account for the VAT on the VAT return instead of at the border.