Selling products in the European Union through platforms such as Amazon doesn’t only require good products, it also requires that you comply to complex legislation. Amazonsellers is specialised in dealing with all the fuss surrounding e-commerce. As a company established in the Netherlands, we are in the internal European market and can easily and quickly help your company comply to the necessary requirements to sell your products. Being Dutch helps us maintain direct contact with the French and German tax authorities, for instance.
We offer every entrepreneur tailored advice regardless of whether you’re just embarking on your e-commerce adventure or whether you are looking to take your existing business to the next level with Amazon. And always for an attractive price.
As Dutch specialists in the area of European taxes, we will gladly tell you which rules your administration and VAT declarations are subject to. If you like, we can look at your books or even do your accounting for you. Moreover, we can request VAT numbers in a variety of countries for you. This might be required if you are looking to sell from the UK to a certain country, or your products are being shipped from that country.
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Selling on Amazon means selling on one of the world’s most established and well-known e-commerce platforms. There’s two ways to do it. The first is most similar to selling on other platforms. Your products are displayed on the Amazon website. Whenever a product is sold, you are responsible for shipping, billing and everything else related to the order. This method is called Fulfillment by Merchant (FBM). The second way to sell via Amazon has Amazon performing the fulfilment of your orders. Your products are stored in an Amazon Fulfillment Center from where Amazon ships it to your customers. Customer service and returns are among the services provided by Amazon in this case. This method is called Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA).
Regardless of whether you choose for FBM or FBA, there are a few things you always need to take care of before you can sell your products via Amazon. First of all, you need to create an Amazon seller account. Next, you can shine a spotlight on your product using marketing and attractive product listings. Once you’ve started selling, you will like be spending a lot of time on administration and tax filings. That’s where we can help.
The tax declarations for FBA sellers are especially complicated. You are obligated to pay revenue taxes in each country that has your product on inventory. Even the new rules around FBA sellers (MOSS, effective July 1st 2021) won’t change this fact. In fact, it’s likely to become even more complicated when the MOSS legislation comes into effect. Are you interested in finding out what will change for you? Fill in the questionnaire on this page (no strings attached) and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Many people dream of selling their own private label products on Amazon. Selling self-made products brings big opportunities and has a considerable profit margin at the expense of being a lot more labour-intensive. You will soon find yourself spending considerable time on things such as market research, finding reliable suppliers and freight forwarders and obtaining the correct EAN barcodes for your products. But don’t let this hold you back! This is the optimal time to start selling on Amazon. And of course, we’re there to help your online business succeed!