VAT is a complicated business at the best of times, is made more complicated by its various sub-categories that apply to different industries and provide differing means of process. There are many different schemes that could have massive consequences for your business, including many designed to aid small businesses and start-ups. We will advise you on the best schemes for you, making sure that the system is always working to your advantage.
To comply with local VAT compliance obligations, you will need to:
If you are required to be VAT/GST registration in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia. You can get your needed VAT numbers by working through a tax adviser. We work as tax agent and will guide you through the document collection and submission process in order to complete VAT registration. Your VAT/GST registration will be faster and efficient process.
Once registered for VAT/GST in an EU country, Canada, USA Australia, your business will need to submit regular VAT/GST returns to the appropriate local tax authority. VAT/GST reporting rules vary between countries, so in order avoid fines and penalties being imposed for non-compliance, it is crucial that you are aware of the rules for each country in which you trade.
In most EU member states and many countries worldwide, foreign traders are obligated to appoint a fiscal representative when registering for VAT. This is particularly relevant where goods exported by foreign traders are imported into foreign countries. Our specialist teams collaborate to provide clients with the highest calibre of advice. We are big enough to have deep knowledge in a broad range of niche fields and small enough to offer a personal approach. Note that your fiscal representative will be jointly and severely liable for any VAT you will owe, so prepare for additional fees, which may include a bank guarantee.
VAT registration process is not straightforward.
Trade and tax assist your company putting together all documentation and filing registration forms around the EU. The documents required for such registration vary from one country to another, however, below you will find some documents that are usually required and that you can start putting together before starting your EU business.
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