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Normally, non-EU businesses can recover VAT incurred in Germany while not VAT registered. The procedure to get this VAT back follows the 13th Directive rules, which give Member States flexibility on the conditions, time limits, forms and due dates.
As from July 2016, the 13th Directive refund claim needs to be submitted electronically through the portal of the German tax authorities. All information is in German and it includes important changes to the previous form. Marosa can assist you with these new requirements and any other VAT refund of EU and non-EU businesses across Europe.
If you are hesitant about which refund procedure applies to your company, read our article on How to recover your VAT, refund claims or VAT return?