Brutal Cities is IOSS registered for EU sales!
Do you live in the EU? Have you been eyeing off the new Fadelight Terrain range? We have good news!
We are happy to announce that orders going to the EU will now be faster and easier for you - and we will pay the VAT! More information below.
The important thing to know is that now smaller orders will not have to wait at customs as long, and we will collect and pay VAT on imports to your country instead of you!
Orders under 150 EUR - Brutal Cities will collect and pay the VAT to the EU for you! Easier and faster for you.
Orders over 150 Euros - You will have to pay the VAT to customs as was the case in the past. But remember, shipping is free for orders over $400 AUD (approx 250 Euros)!
UK Customers - if you didn't know -
Orders under 135 Pounds - Brutal Cities will collect and pay the VAT to HMRC for you! Easier and faster for you.
Orders over 135 pounds - You will have to pay the VAT to customs as was the case in the past. But remember, shipping is free for orders over $400 AUD (approx 228 pounds)!
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE IMPORT ONE-STOP SHOP (IOSS)
The Import One-Stop Shop (IOSS) is the electronic portal businesses can use since 1 July 2021 to comply with their VAT e-commerce obligations on distance sales of imported goods.
According to the VAT rules applicable up until 1 July 2021, no import VAT has to be paid for commercial goods of a value up to EUR 22.
The new VAT e-commerce rules abolish this provision as of 1 July 2021. Thus, from 1 July 2021, all commercial goods imported into the EU from a third country or third territory is subject to VAT irrespective of their value.
What is the IOSS for?
The IOSS allows suppliers and electronic interfaces selling imported goods to buyers in the EU to collect, declare and pay the VAT to the tax authorities, instead of making the buyer pay the VAT at the moment the goods are imported into the EU as it was previously the case (for products over 22 EUR).
What are the advantages of the IOSS?
The IOSS facilitates the collection, declaration and payment of VAT for sellers that are making distance sales of imported goods to buyers in the EU. The IOSS also makes the process easier for the buyer, who is only charged at the time of purchase, and therefore does not face any surprise fees when the goods are delivered. If the seller is not registered in the IOSS, the buyer has to pay the VAT and usually a customs clearance fee charged by the transporter .
You can read the shipping policies here
We hope this will makes things a little quicker and easier for you!