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For cross-country trade between EU countries, as a facilitation for smaller merchants the EU countries agreed to have a threshold, where below a certain yearly revenue, you are allowed to simply use the VAT rate of your country (the country of origin) totally ignoring the VAT rules of the destination country. There are two major pitfalls however: Because ...


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Many small companies just don't bother to comply with tax requirements of other countries. There is at least a good argument that you are not subject to another countries laws if you have no presence in that country. Especially if you operate a website and never even ship a physical product to other countries. Even if the above argument fails, any country ...


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This a complex and easy question at the same time. Complex: the GST VAT and other taxes are valued added taxes and are not forced to be payed on international transactions on multiple countries. When your business start you can sale on this countries first and serve to more countries later, you will need to evaluate the troubles on each new country you're ...


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