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  • One stop shop

    Entrepreneurs selling to consumers (B2C transactions) from different Member States of the European Union can avoid the obligation to register separately for VAT purposes in each of these Member States. The condition is that the VAT is settled under the special VAT OSS (One Stop Shop) procedure.

    Entrepreneurs who decide to use the VAT OSS procedure can register for VAT purposes in only one Member State (the so-called Member State of identification) for all eligible transactions of goods and services made to consumers within the European Union. Such sellers submit only one VAT return and make one payment of the VAT due on all these transactions in the Member State of identification.

    It should be noted that only specific transactions can be settled for under the OSS procedure, i.e. intra-Community distance sales of goods, the provision of services for which the place of supply is in the country of consumption, as well as certain domestic supplies made via an electronic interface.

    Who is it for?
    • Does your company sell goods to EU consumers via an online store?
    • Does your company provide EU consumers with services related to real estate located in the EU?
    • You do not have a seat of business or fixed establishment in the EU, but you plan to provide electronic services to EU consumers?
    Our support scope:
    • Analysis of the advisability of using the VAT OSS procedure.
    • Support in the process of registration for the VAT OSS procedure.
    • Preparation and submission of VAT returns for the VAT OSS procedure.

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