VAT REFUND IN THE EU
Management of you VAT paid in the EU
Your VAT refund in the EU
You had to pay foreign VAT
- When importing into Europe
- By participating in congresses, fairs or exhibitions with VAT paid on some services
- You have paid invoices for professional expenses abroad (hotels, restaurants, rental cars, etc.)
VAT refund service
Filing for VAT refund
Communication with the tax administration
VAT refund on your account
Your benefits with our VAT refund service
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FAQ for VAT refund
The following 2 conditions must be met :
• If you do not have a permanent establishment in the country of refund
• If you do not carry out taxable transactions in the country of refund
In accordance with Directive 2008/9 / EC, Eurotax has access to all European portals (MSE)Member State of Establishment regardless of your country of establishment in the EU (except Greece) to work as your agent in order to file reimbursement requests. VAT in all 28 EU countries without exception (MSR)Member State of Refund but also in UK, Switzerland, Norway, Serbia.
As for companies that are established outside the EU, they can also recover VAT according to the 13th Directive with Eurotax in some countries. These are France, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Luxembourg, Slovenia and, on a reciprocal basis, also in other countries. Eurotax has the necessary approvals to make these reimbursement requests on your behalf in all of these countries.
Yes, there are other ways to recover the VAT then to fully register for VAT number. Eurotax can assist you to recover the incurred VAT whether you are an EU or non EU business.
VAT refund requests must be submitted no later than September 30 N + 1 for companies established in the EU (8th directive) in a dematerialized manner, and no later than June 30 N + 1 for companies located outside of the EU (13th directive) in paper process.
The repayment period must be neither more than one calendar year nor less than three calendar months. However, it may be less than three months when it constitutes the balance of a calendar year.