Apologies if this has been asked before. I have a shop (buckandhide.com) selling small leather goods to consumer, occasionally to the EU & beyond. The order will generally be £10-£50 or so. I haven't changed the tax settings to allow for VAT collection since Brexit, could someone help me out with this? I'm not VAT registered in the UK but assume I need to do something.
Any help appreciated,
I'd love to share our Brexit Guide for Shopify merchants with you because I believe it will help you understand the situation a little better.
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All the best,
- Max from Sufio
Thanks both, I only really sell a few things to the EU a year and it's not worth VAT registering. It's all so complicated for a few items it's making my own website much less desirable than using Etsy. Shame really.
I know your post was back in JUNE but I am about to star an online store in September and won’t register for VAT until my sales go over £85k. I only sell in the UK too. Did you manage to sort it out in the end? I would be interested to see how your business is going and share ideas with each other. My business is gifts. Hope we can chat together, I am in the UK. Check my site out.
Nope, I haven't got far at all. To be honest I don't sell much to the EU so it hasn't really been a problem yet. Did you get anywhere with this? Cheers
EU compliance used to be only for the big boys. We have a solution for you to continue cost-efficiently and easily resume your EU sales.
Book a meeting with us here (link: https://meetings.hubspot.com/robert662/30-min-demo ) or check out EAS EU VAT automation (link: https://apps.shopify.com/eas-eu-compliance ) at Shopify App store
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