Are you a Dutch entrepreneur with a webshop? And do you sell goods to customers who do not have to submit a VAT return in other countries of the European Union (EU)? Like private individuals? Then from 1 July 2021 you will have to deal with the new EU VAT rules for e-commerce. That is why we are organizing a webinar on April 20 about the new rules and what they mean for you.
Pay VAT in your customer’s country
You may now calculate Dutch VAT on your sales. From 1 July, you usually have to calculate the VAT rate of the EU countries where the transport of your goods ends: generally your customer’s country. You must then register with the tax authorities of those countries. And you file the VAT returns for those countries. To prevent this, a new one-stop shop will be introduced from 1 July. This allows you to process your declaration and payments on these sales for all EU countries in 1 VAT declaration. Through the one-stop-shop you can participate in:
- the Union regime for goods already within the EU
- the Import regime for goods from outside the EU
The webinar ‘VAT e-commerce for webshop entrepreneurs’ is on Tuesday 20 April from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. You can now register for the webinar . Participation is free.
Want to know more about the changes? Read E-commerce and services: new VAT rules for Dutch entrepreneurs .