I want to offer a VAT-applicable item in a German e-shop and I want its end price for customers to always be the same, regardless of applicable VAT.
So if I'm e.g. selling from Germany and shipping to Germany, I want the price to be "19.99€ (incl. VAT)", but if I'm shipping to Switzerland I want it to just be "19.99€" (because VAT don't apply).
Is this acceptable from a legal perspective? Or is this common practice? Or in other words: Am I allowed to charge different prices based on the country I ship to? Because "19.99€ (incl. VAT)" is obviously a lower base price than just "19.99€".
I've noticed something similar on Steam, where they just say "all prices include VAT where applicable" - is this the same approach?