Even though Brexit has been in place since February 2020, a trade agreement did not come into force until January 2021. To what extent ecommerce is affected by Brexit and what you should consider as a merchant are covered in this article. It is specifically intended for online merchants selling out from or into the UK.
https://blog.epages.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Brexit-Artikelbild.png 314 848 Sarah Böhm https://blog.epages.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/logo-epages-blog.svg Sarah Böhm2021-01-04 19:16:292022-01-10 16:37:35Brexit: What you need to bear in mind as an online retailer
https://blog.epages.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/book-1.jpg 314 848 Holger Linneweber, janolaw AG https://blog.epages.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/logo-epages-blog.svg Holger Linneweber, janolaw AG2014-12-12 16:00:052022-01-10 22:46:39Electronic services subject to new country-specific VAT as of 2015
From 2015, a new regulation will apply to online retailers who sell downloadable products and services in other EU countries. Retailers must pay the VAT due in the EU country in which the buyer is located. Read more