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Brexit FAQ and guidelines

Important: This guide is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to all the implications of Brexit. To learn more, contact your local tax authority or a tax professional.

With the UK having left the EU as of January 1st, 2021, the way VAT is charged for orders going from EU countries to the UK, or from the UK to EU countries, has changed.

 

I am a company based in the UK selling to other EU countries

We always aim to produce your orders in the country of delivery and orders produced locally will be treated as domestic sales of goods and are subject to local VAT.

In some EU countries extended reverse charge regulation applies, therefore orders produced locally will be treated as a domestic sales of goods and are subject to 0% VAT if you are registered with a valid EU VAT ID in the country.

For more information, please read here.

We may in some cases send your orders to a printer outside the country of delivery, even if we have a production partner in the country of delivery. VAT on cross border transactions within the EU are treated as intra-community sales and are subject to zero-rated VAT if you provide a valid EU VAT ID.

Note: Please note that from January 1st, 2021, a valid UK VAT ID is no longer valid in the EU for cross border transactions within the EU.

For more information, please read here.

I am a company based in a European Union member state (other than the UK) selling to the UK

All orders produced locally in the UK will be treated as domestic sales of goods and are subject to 20% VAT.

Orders shipped from an EU country to the UK will be treated as exports of goods from the EU and therefore VAT exempt.

Note: Please be aware that VAT and customs duties can be applicable if you don’t have a valid UK VAT ID.

 

Where can I get more information about Brexit?

We recommend reading official information from the UK and European authorities, as well as additional resources listed below. If you are in doubt, please consult with a tax professional.

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