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If you are selling your products online to private consumers in foreign EU countries, you will need to register for VAT in the country of destination as soon as you reach a certain amount of sales per year. It is important to keep track of your revenue in each country to avoid late registration penalties.
Tax authorities require online platforms such as Amazon or Ebay to provide information about the sales made by each vendor in every country. If you should have registered but this obligation was missed, you will need to regularize with a backdated VAT registration. Penalties may apply, so it is important to receive the correct advice on the relevant actions in each country.
Marosa can help you with VAT registrations in all European countries, you can learn more about the service on our webpage or by contacting us directly. Below you can check the updated distance sales registration thresholds in Europe:
|The Netherlands||100,000 €|