This applies to SBCA UK&I users who have Business-to-Consumer (B2C) sales in the EU and wish to use destination VAT from 1st July 2021
On 1st July 2021, the EU introduced new optional VAT schemes for sales to EU consumers (customers in the EU who are not VAT registered).
Destination VAT settings and reports were made available in SBCA from 1st July. Please consult the guidance issued by SBCA on correct application of this here.
You are not impacted by this if:
you have EU B2C sales but wish to continue zero-rating their supply (in this case you would simply have the setting disabled in SBCA), or
as a company in the UK excluding Northern Ireland, you do not have EU B2C sales that are greater than the low-value consignment rules allow, or
as a company in Northern Ireland, Ireland or the rest of the EU, you do not have EU B2C sales.
To use AutoEntry for sales requiring destination VAT:
Ensure that the option to apply destination VAT to EU B2C sales has been enabled in your integrated SBCA company.
Re-sync your SBCA data with AutoEntry (see here).
Autoentry will sync all of the destination tax codes associated with the set of that company’s customers which are:
a) located in the EU and
b) not VAT registered (i.e. “consumers”).
These destination tax codes will then be available for you to assign to your sales invoices.
For example, as a UK company with a German consumer, the following set of Irish tax codes will sync into AutoEntry:
Note that this solution to support SBCA’s destination VAT functionality is only possible for the sale of goods only; the sale of OSS (One Stop Shop) services is not yet supported (until after SBCA’s Products and Services become available in AutoEntry). If you wish to use destination VAT for sales of OSS Services in the interim period, then you will need to create those invoices manually in SBCA.
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