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Important changes to EU VAT rules from 1 July 2021

Export goods to the EU

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Export goods to the EU

The 22€ value added tax (VAT) exemption on goods imported to the EU will be removed. This means that all goods regardless of value will now be subject to VAT.

The introduction of the Import One Stop Shop (IOSS) to facilitate and simplify the declaration and payment of VAT for distance sales of imported goods (B2C) with a value not exceeding 150€.

The online marketplaces become the VAT collector for B2C goods up to 150€ if they are IOSS registered.

Tax Desk service for IOSS registration

Registering for the IOSS is beneficial for sellers, buyers and carriers as the IOSS facilitates the declaration, payment and collection of VAT.

Geopost is aware of the administrative complexity and challenge of this new EU VAT reform especially when an intermediary is mandatory for IOSS registration.

To help its customers to find an intermediary, Geopost has carefully selected a number of reliable partners who can assist you with simple registration and intermediary services.

Tax Desk service for IOSS registration

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Registering for the IOSS is beneficial for sellers, buyers and carriers as the IOSS facilitates the declaration, payment and collection of VAT.

Geopost is aware of the administrative complexity and challenge of this new EU VAT reform especially when an intermediary is mandatory for IOSS registration.

To help its customers to find an intermediary, Geopost has carefully selected a number of reliable partners who can assist you with simple registration and intermediary services.