IMPORTANT VAT changes in France from January 2022, Obligation to register for French VAT when importing goods into France and subsequently selling in France.
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RMB Talks : Reverse charge on import VAT mandatory in France since January 2022
We are delighted to share with you the recording of our Webinar that took place on January 19th and which focuses on the Reverse charge on import VAT that is now mandatory in France since January 2022.
Reverse charge of import VAT
All companies that act as the importers of records in France are liable for VAT on import and will have to obtain a valid VAT French number, issued by the DGFiP, and will have to file VAT filings. VAT will not any longer be collected by customs authorities on imports, reverse charge of VAT to importation (ATVAI) becomes the rule for all taxpayers who must declare the amounts on their VAT filings.