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Changes to EU VAT rules from 1st January 2015 mean businesses selling digital products or services to EU consumers will now have to charge tax based on place of 'consumption' rather than 'supply'.
Businesses will need to apply the relevant tax to their products based upon the country the customer is purchasing from, then this tax will need to be paid to that country.
Here are our top resources to help you understand the changes and any action you may need to take.
On January 1st 2015 new EU VAT rules were put into effect which updated the place of supply legislation for digital products and services. Businesses selling using Create’s Digital Products tool - ‘Downloadables’ will be affected by this change so please take the time to read this important blog post.