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Ebay to start charging 20% VAT on fees

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It would appear that Ebay is to start charging 20% VAT on fees when it changes it corporate structure later this year. Sellers with a turnover under £85,000 will not be affected.

 

https://tamebay.com/2017/05/ebay-uk-spring-2017-seller-release-ebay-to-charge-vat-on-fees.html

 

What it does mean, and what many sellers have been lobbying for, is that those sellers who masquerade as businesses and haven’t hitherto paid VAT on their eBay fees will have to start coughing up. Sellers who use fake VAT numbers on eBay or ‘borrow’ them from legitimate businesses will end up paying VAT on their eBay fees and won’t be able to reclaim it. That’s a good thing.

 

The only real losers are the business sellers who aren’t VAT registered and have enjoyed eBay’s VAT dispensation for a year and a half. Sadly we haven’t any good news or ruses for you to avoid paying VAT on your eBay fees going forward.

 

 

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