12 February 2021 | Webinars | Article by Emily Powell

The Digital Dilemma Series - How To Sell Your Goods Online – The Legal Way: VAT

The third video from our Digital Dilemma series, covering everything you need to know about how to sell your goods online - the legal way!

The end of the transition period has created confusion for businesses selling goods online to consumers outside of the UK. This session outlines the key VAT rules; how your sales of goods outside of the UK have been affected and what your options are going forward. The position is still evolving and so we look at the planned EU VAT rules which are scheduled for the 1st July 2021 in this context which will inform your options for the future. The aim is to inform and clarify what are acknowledged as VAT complexities for the sector. 

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Digital Dilemma Series - VAT

Our series of 4 videos and a live Q&A webinar covers everything you need to know about how to sell your goods online - the legal way! Watch our digital dilemma series, covering consumer terms and conditions, intellectual property, VAT and data protection.

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4 March | 3-4pm

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