Tax and international trade
How to charge and account for VAT on the movement of goods between Northern Ireland and EU member states and when you can apply zero-rated VAT
Find out how to apply for a duty deferment account, so you can delay paying most customs or tax charges when you import goods or release goods from an excise warehouse.
From 1 January 2021, the Protocol on Ireland / Northern Ireland comes into force and there are certain steps you must take now to comply with new VAT rules
Information about when you can, or need to, account for VAT on your tax return if you're a UK VAT-registered business
From 1 January 2021 declare sales and pay VAT if you sell digital services to EU customers, by registering for VAT or VAT MOSS in an EU member state
Find out how to claim VAT refunds from EU member states from 1 January 2021
When you invoice a customer in a foreign currency you must convert the VAT on the sale into sterling, using one of two methods