We are a British company trying to work out Brexit VAT implications, could you confirm if we got it right? All our products are manufactured in EU, warehoused in UK
- We apply 0% vat on b2b sales of goods from UK to EU
- We apply 0% vat on b2c sales of goods from UK to EU, respective import vat is customer responsobility.
- We are being charged 0% vat by EU suppliers for goods purchased and shipped to UK
- Our production comprises of a set, component A is made in Austria then shipped to Czech Rep. where it's packed together with component B (made in Czech Rep.) and then the set is sent to UK. Questions: 1) we get charged 0% vat by Austrian supplier of component A despite shipping to Czech Rep as the component is eventually exported to UK as part of set, correct? 2. We also get charged 0% vat by Czech Rep supplier of component B, correct? 3. Do we get charged any import vat when clearing the set in the UK (we're UK vat-registered)? Clarification would be much appreciated!