Custom Taxes EU and value of the items write on the packet. @Anniepan
Login to post a new topic and to write a reply.
Thread Tools


Search within thread:

Rate This Thread
Login to rate this thread.
#11 (permalink)      7/21/2021 4:08:36 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Centforfree
Verified
  • JoinedJun 2013
  • Posts 375
  • Reviews 4
  • Kudos314
+9 details
@Anniepan
It's good that you are solving the individual customer issue. But even more important is to solve the structural problems in your house (wrong labelling of packages, VAT registration, ....). Maybe something is going on in this regards, but we customers are not much informed about.
#12 (permalink)      7/21/2021 4:32:27 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Avatar
Abdul
Verified
  • JoinedJul 2013
  • Posts 144
  • Reviews 679
  • Kudos35
Centforfree,You are right!!
#13 (permalink)      7/21/2021 12:21:57 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
RobyC
Verified
  • JoinedSep 2013
  • Posts 68
  • Reviews 0
  • Kudos5
AlienGrey wrote:

Penso che i miei giorni di shopping siano finiti. Non importa se aggiungono o meno il valore reale. Quando manca la fattura mi addebitano 15€. È così che va in Belgio, ma ogni paese dell'UE sembra far pagare quello che vuole.


dall'Inghilterra all'Italia oltre l'iva ho pagato 7,50 euro

#14 (permalink)      7/24/2021 3:27:45 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Avatar
Abdul
Verified
  • JoinedJul 2013
  • Posts 144
  • Reviews 679
  • Kudos35
Unfortunately, no change, China is waiting for a miracle and idle!
No coupon code or anything so you don’t lose your customers
#15 (permalink)      7/25/2021 7:35:07 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
thenail_de
Verified
  • JoinedMay 2019
  • Posts 2
  • Reviews 0
  • Kudos3
+3 details
@Anniepan

Just to help clarification of the issue:
European union from July 1st onward collects import taxes starting "at the first € cent" (and has dropped the exemption limit of EUR 22 (~USD 20)).
The new directive has been publicly issued by the EU on 30 September 2020.

Big asian online retailers like Aliexpress (and others outside EU) already have implemented the OSS scheme (= collecting EU's import tax via every order from the buyer in the order process and paying it to the EU via the OSS/IOSS VAT scheme plus they declare the sended goods according to the OSS/IOSS scheme on the package's outside documentation).

Official EU document (hope this helps):
https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/modernising-vat-cross-border-e-commerce_en

Edited on 7/25/2021 at 7:43 AM. Reason: removed typo
#16 (permalink)      7/25/2021 8:20:37 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Centforfree
Verified
  • JoinedJun 2013
  • Posts 375
  • Reviews 4
  • Kudos314
+1 details
FT knows very well... But thank you anyway for the summary!
#17 (permalink)      7/25/2021 9:16:57 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Avatar
Abdul
Verified
  • JoinedJul 2013
  • Posts 144
  • Reviews 679
  • Kudos35
+1 details
@Anniepan!
It's time for the team to move!
Don't cry afterwards!
#18 (permalink)      8/20/2021 4:49:39 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
wendela
Verified
  • JoinedApr 2017
  • Posts 30
  • Reviews 1
  • Kudos1
Is it already safe to order from France? Without too high taxes to pay?
#19 (permalink)      8/20/2021 5:33:51 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Centforfree
Verified
  • JoinedJun 2013
  • Posts 375
  • Reviews 4
  • Kudos314
No. Obviously FT is not moving with that subject. At least they are not informing their customers.
#20 (permalink)      8/20/2021 7:24:26 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
wendela
Verified
  • JoinedApr 2017
  • Posts 30
  • Reviews 1
  • Kudos1
FT not informing, Nor is France . No idea how they are going to make up a tax amount I asked but being send everywhere but to someone who can give a clear answer. Even the delivery guy doesn't know.
#21 (permalink)      8/20/2021 7:46:51 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
Centforfree
Verified
  • JoinedJun 2013
  • Posts 375
  • Reviews 4
  • Kudos314
Some info (as well in your language) you can find in this thread: more info