From 1 January 2021, the rules for sending low value - i.e., under £ 135 - e-commerce parcels to and for customs clearance in Great Britain have changed. In this case, the Hungarian seller must charge UK VAT at the time of sale and pay it to the UK tax authority. If the product in the package is not an excise one and the value of the package is £ 135 or less, the package is not subject to duty under UK customs rules, only the VAT obligation already mentioned above, must be met. It requires the GB VAT registration number.
The company NIETSCH Ltd., together with its partner in England, can help you apply for the VAT number and prepare the report.
Monthly fee for the Webshop package:
Accounting is based on invoice copies and summary reports. Invoices will be requested in electronic format and the summary is requested in CSV or Excel format. For this purpose, we shall provide a sample file to include the appropriate information.
For packages over 135 pounds, we recommend our DDP packages.
For import-export consulting, contact Tamás Nietsch at the following contact details: