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Expedition_Vente_HorsFranceSALES/SHIPMENTS OF GOODS FROM FRANCE

 

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Supply of services
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VAT
Demande_Imma_TVAApplying for VAT registration In france

 

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CUSTOMS
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Decla_Echange_BienINTRASTAT RETURNS AND EC sales list

 

OTHER SERVICES

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Founder of the Tax Representative Alliance (TRA),

the European network of VAT specialists

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OUR NEWS


TRA annual meeting in Milan

The fifth TRA annual meeting has been held in Milan on 12th of May in Palazzo delle Stelline and has been organized by the TRA Italian member, Studio Cassinis.

TRA has been pleased to welcome 2 new members: the Hungarian company ITL Group and the Irish member, the company Buckley Kiely & Co. The alliance has also elected a new board and has today a new Président, Gregory Moortgat, the Belgian member from Deny Cargo and a new Vice President, Georgete Klisiaris, the Portuguese member from Tax Solutions.

Once again, the annuel TRA meeting was preceded by a client conference on May, 11 and was held in the hotel Me Milan Il Duca, whose topîc was “The VAT regim in Italy”.

We  relly thank the clients who attended this event and met all our members.

The distance sales threshold reduced to 35 000€ in France

The distance sales threshold for goods shipped to French individuals was reduced from € 100,000 to € 35,000 from 1 January 2016.

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Example:

A German company has performed € 50,000 worth of distance sales in France in 2015. It does not need to register for VAT in France on the basis of 2015 sales. It will have to register for VAT in France when it exceeds the new threshold of € 35,000.

Centralized customs clearance

Since May 1, 2016, the single clearance procedure is no longer granted and is replaced by the centralized clearance procedure.

Centralized clearance allows a person to submit to a customs office (known as “Declaration”) a customs declaration in respect of goods presented in the jurisdiction of another customs office (called “Presentation”).

In other words, centralized clearance allows traders to have a single point of contact (registration office) for customs clearance and centralize, thus, all customs formalities, including filing customs returns, at this single customs office regardless of the place of presentation of the goods. This process consequently leads to separate the physical flow of document flows of goods, both at import and export.

It is intended to apply both in EU and France, depending on whether the customs offices involved are located on the national customs territory, or in several Member States.  In the EU, the procedure will however not be operational before 2020.

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