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If we can help each other’s customers, that’s only great. Almost e-commerce entrepreneur has inventory, for example, and needs a fulfillment solution for it.

Do you have such a solution for our customers, or do you think you can help them in another way? Then, of course, there is something in return from our side.

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In addition to one total solution for all European VAT issues, as a partner of Staxxer you also get some great benefits such as:

No worries about your VAT administration

We'll handle that, as a thank you.

Good recurring commissions

Only fair.

A partner in e-commerce

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Thomas van Mossel
VAT consultant

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Do you have inventory stored abroad because you sell through Amazon FBA, for example, or use a European fulfillment center? Then you need an European VAT registration in that country! Save yourself the paperwork and let us apply for your VAT registration.

Where can I use the VAT registration?

You can use the VAT number for any business purpose. For example, when selling through Amazon, Bol.com, Shopify or another platform. The number is also valid if you are going to do business locally that requires a European VAT number.

If you have a VAT registration abroad, you will also have to file VAT returns there. How often and when to do so, depends on the country. It can be monthly, or quarterly.

We understand that you don’t feel like doing all the VAT administration. So leave it to us: link your sales accounts to Staxcloud, so we can always accurately file your European VAT return. Then you won’t spend any more time on VAT returns.

July 1, 2021, the One Stop Shop went into effect, also known as the One-Stop Shop system. Do you sell more than €10,000.- across borders every year? Through this new regulation, you declare your VAT of all the countries in which you do business at once. If you have all your stock in your country of residence, you no longer need a VAT number in those other countries. In the One Stop Shop declaration, you declare every cross-border sale within the EU.

That involves quite a bit of math. Especially if you sell through multiple platforms! We’ve come up with something on that: you can link all your sales channels (Amazon, Bol.com, Shopify and more) to Staxcloud. This way you always have all your VAT data at hand, and within 5 minutes you have your One Stop Shop declaration arranged. Staxcloud does the calculations, and our Staxxers handle the declaration further. Handy right?

We can arrange VAT registration for you in any EU country, and do VAT returns for you in any EU country.

Don’t see your country listed on our product page? If so, contact support and we’ll see what we can do.

You need a VAT number when you store stock in another EU country or when you go over a country’s threshold amount. You need to keep an eye on this: especially if you sell through marketplaces such as Amazon, Bol.com or Shopify. Not sure if you need a VAT number? Let’s have a chat. We can also apply for a VAT number for you.
The One Stop Shop (OSS) arrangement allows you to declare your cross-border sales in one portal. For example, you no longer need VAT registration in every country unless you stock up there. Do you sell more than €10,000,- annually to other EU countries? Then you qualify for the One Stop Shop. Sign up for the One Stop Shop can be done through “My Tax Business”. Your sales should then be reported quarterly in your One Stop Shop declaration. Here you specify how much VAT you have to pay in each European country, depending on the local VAT rate of your products.

If you send more than €10.000,- annually across borders, you can use the One Stop Shop. Registration is not mandatory, but it makes VAT administration a whole lot easier. After all, you can declare all your sales in one portal, and no longer need foreign VAT numbers if you don’t have stock there.

If you declare your VAT through the One Stop Shop, but also have stock in another EU country, you still need a VAT number there. The One Stop Shop is primarily intended for marketplace sellers who ship from their (for example) Dutch stock to other countries. Want to save time and let us do your One Stop Shop declaration?

As a seller on Amazon, you have the choice to opt for Amazon FBA: this way, you distribute your inventory across Amazon’s European fulfillment centers in a snap. A good option if you want to go international! With FBA, your products also get to customers faster, and you have a better chance of winning the Buy Box. If you choose Amazon Pan European FBA, Amazon will distribute your inventory across several countries. Because you’re stocking up there, you need a VAT number in each of those countries. To make it a little easier for you, we’ve put those countries into one package. You get a VAT number for each Pan-European country, so you can start selling right away. Our package includes one:
  • German VAT number
  • Polish VAT number
  • Czech VAT number
  • French VAT number
  • Spanish VAT number
  • Italian VAT number
Are all the VAT numbers in? Then for only €339 per month we can ensure that you remain VAT compliant in these countries. That way, you no longer have to worry about your VAT, and you have more time left over to grow your business.

It will be a shame to see you go, but you can always end your subscription. After all, with Staxxer you are not stuck with anything, but simply pay per the work done. That way you always know where you stand.

You can let support@staxxer.com know you want to cancel.

Staxxers are real people. We speak your language and you can always ask whatever you want.

These prices are used to calculate movement of goods. This is a price you pay to buy a product, here you can include shipping and other costs, for example.

Wholesale prices are purchase prices. Among other things, these prices are used for VAT calculations of goods movements. A wholesale price is the price you pay to buy a product. You can also add other costs (such as shipping costs). Therefore, wholesale prices are not the same as purchase prices.

We need the wholesale prices to calculate VAT on movements of goods. For example, when products move from Dutch stock to a German warehouse, this must be declared in your VAT return. These goods have a value, the wholesale price. You enter these in your CPI return.

A tariff is a tax on imported goods, and the tariff number, also called a tariff code or HS code, gives customs officials more information about what kind of item is being imported. The standard code is a six-digit number, but some countries have codes of 8 or 10 digits.