Dealing with non-business customers in other countries changes on 1st January 2015. “Non-business” includes private individuals and also certain charities and public bodies, amongst others.
From then when services are supplied to a non-business customer in another country, VAT is charged according to the rules and tax laws where the customer belongs. For example if a UK business supplies services to a non-business customer in France, the UK business must charge ‘VAT’ at French rates. This ‘VAT’ is payable to the French authorities.
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