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Most Common Pitfalls Why People Fail In Amazon Business

So we know that starting up any business can be daunting and it can always come with its downsides. Knowing why people fail in Amazon business can help you build courage and your future steps to avoid them. The question now is, are you willing to take the risk?...

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The Financial Tax Year – UK Laws and Regulations (HMRC)

The UK’s HMRC laws and regulations can be complicated, but luckily this blog post will give you the information you need to stay compliant with all of them

What are the Most Efficient Ways to Pay Your VAT in the UK for your E-commerce Business?

Taxes are an inevitable part of life, but the good news is that in most countries taxes can be managed. This blog post will help you to understand your taxes in the UK and how to manage them.

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What Does It Really Cost to Sell on eBay?

From final value fees to record upgrade alternatives, here is what e-commerce experts will need to know more about the cost to sell on eBay. If this is the case, then you are in the perfect location. Since e-commerce experts understand, opting for every possible...

What you need to know about The Amazon Pan-European Fulfilment by Amazon programme

Amazon Pan-European Fulfilment (Pan- EU FBA) is a  fulfilment option set by Amazon for sellers using FBA. Pan-EU allows sellers to be able to store, sell and deliver their inventory from a local fulfilment centre in multiple countries throughout the EU. This...

What is a Fiscal Representative and why is it required for your VAT?

Only some countries require non - EU companies to appoint a fiscal representative when registering for VAT and submitting VAT filings. Of course, if your company is based within the EU, the rules are slightly different for you. In some countries, it is a local...

VAT Sales vs. Non-VAT Sales: How to Account for Them Separately

As a business selling goods across the United Kingdom (UK), you are sometimes required to pay VAT or exclude items from VAT sales altogether. In some instances, you are required by HMRC to charge a reduced rate on items that are sold to consumers on E-commerce platforms or at physical locations. 

In this article, we look at VAT sales and non-VAT sales and how you may account for them separately in your business. Some businesses may be providing services to charitable organizations, while others may be selling niche children’s clothes that require them to either charge no VAT or a reduced rate. In other to effectively comply with HMRC, you are required to correctly disclose the amount of VAT you charge on goods or services sold by your company. This article will take you through what you need to know in order to account for VAT and non-VAT sales separately.

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7 Super Tips on How to Register for VAT

As an entrepreneur or business, it is important to have all the necessary information to make the right decision about tax compliance. This article is useful for businesses and entrepreneurs that are looking for a fool-proof way to think about their taxes. 

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