We provide intermediary VAT services to those online sellers who want to register for IOSS. As of 1st July non-UE sellers who want to register for IOSS (import one stop shop) must appoint a VAT intermediary within EU. This intermediary will be jointly and highly liable for any VAT unpaid or due.
Before place an order we suggest to send us a message to find out more. We will provide intermediary services under restrictions and only to trustworthy and reliable sellers so we will reserve the right to reject any request that does not fulfill our standards.
EU – IOSS intermediary
The EU created the Import One-Stop Shop to ensure a smooth transition to the new VAT system (IOSS). From July 1, 2021, businesses will be able to use the IOSS to comply with their VAT ecommerce obligations when importing commercial goods from outside the EU.
IOSS registrations are open as of April 1st, and businesses can register on any EU member state’s IOSS portal. The IOSS is open to all EU businesses. In order to register businesses outside of the EU under IOSS, an IOSS intermediary will need to be appointed. This intermediary must be a company based in the European Union.
All distance sales of imported goods to EU buyers require an IOSS registration. Starting July 1, 2021, you can only use the IOSS for goods sold.
Intermediary acts on behalf of its clients to make all VAT payments to the appropriate tax authorities. As a result, the IOSS intermediary is jointly liable to the EU tax authorities for the VAT obligations of their clients. The intermediary is not required by IOSS to handle the suppliers’ customs declarations.