EU E-Commerce VAT Package: New Rules for 2021

Easing cross-border transactions

From 1 July 2021, the existing Mini One Stop Shop (MOSS) scheme transitions to a new framework. This is the 2021 EU e-commerce VAT package.  This e-book guides you through the EU’s OSS, IOSS and the new VAT rules for e-commerce.

The growth of e-commerce and cross-border trade is having a radical effect on VAT. Companies large and small are caught up by sweeping changes. With more change on the horizon, now is the time to prepare.

The introduction of the new EU VAT e-commerce package, in addition to the UK’s recent changes to the rules regarding overseas goods sold to customers in the UK, means businesses across the world should implement new systems. Now is the time to familiarise themselves with how the new frameworks affect their operations, commercial position and liabilities in both the EU and the UK.

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The goal of the EU VAT e-commerce package is to simplify cross-border B2C trade in the EU, ease the burden on businesses, reduce the administrative costs of VAT compliance and ensure that VAT is correctly charged on such sales. EU businesses will be able to compete on an equal footing with non-EU businesses that charge VAT.

Moving forward there will be:

  • Import One Stop Shop (IOSS) for goods delivered from outside the EU
  • One Stop Shop (OSS) for intra EU B2B deliveries of goods and for services provided B2C by EU established suppliers
  • Non-Union One Stop Shop (non-Union OSS) which replaces and extends the current MOSS 

This e-book answers questions about the upcoming EU e-commerce package helping businesses ensure they prepare for the change and make informed decisions.

  • How will the One Stop Shop work?
  • What are the benefits of the One Stop Shop?
  • When will the One Stop Shop changes come into effect?
  • How do I register for the One Stop Shop?
  • What do I need to do to prepare for the One Stop Shop?
  • Is the One Stop Shop right for my business?
  • I am a business established in the EU, what do I need to consider?
  • I am a business established outside the EU, what do I need to consider?

As well as providing practical advice for EU and non-EU established businesses, the e-book also includes OSS and IOSS examples. We provide an in-depth view of the potential iterations that apply to direct to consumer businesses and those that sell via online marketplaces.

Download the e-book to understand the implications of the 2021 EU e-commerce VAT package and ensure your business is ready by 1 July 2020 for the significant changes ahead.