Many ecommerce businesses sell internationally, and may forget to stay on top of VAT.
If you are distance selling, either to the EU or further afield, there are a number of VAT requirements for you to consider.
If you are storing goods in the EU or have exceeded an EU country’s distance-selling thresholds, you will need to be registered for VAT in those countries.
For online sellers this process has been made easier through the VATMOSS scheme, allowing digital UK sellers to report and pay for VAT services in multiple EU countries.
Having worked with ecommerce sellers across the EU and further afield, we can help set this up!