Indies ‘furious’ as post-Brexit VAT regulations make EU delivery unaffordable

Indies ‘furious’ as post-Brexit VAT regulations make EU delivery unaffordable

Independent publishers are reeling from the impact of new post-Brexit VAT regulations, with many “furious” at the lack of government warning and seriously concerned by the financial implications of being unable to deliver books to the EU.

Following the UK’s exit from the European Union and the end of the transition arrangement new rules require businesses to register for VAT, which is now applicable on all sales at the rate charged in the customers country. Sellers may choose to charge the rate and complete  the required submission on the One Stop Shop, which will cover all sales to the EU...

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