A partire dal 1° gennaio 2019, con l’entrata in vigore della nuova legge tedesca sull’IVA (“Sec. 22f uStG”), Amazon – e tutti gli altri marketplace come eBay – richiedono ai propri partner di vendita (i Seller) di ottenere un certificato fiscale per poter continuare a vendere su amazon.de.
Si riporta un messaggio d’esempio in lingua inglese inviato da Amazon a riguardo:
Dear Selling Partner,
Your account has been blocked from selling on Amazon.de marketplace, using FBA services in Germany (including Pan-EU and CEE FBA programs) and from shipping orders to German based customers because your German Tax Certificate was not uploaded and verified by the deadline.
Under German VAT legislation, online marketplaces must collect German Tax Certificate from selling partners who are required to be tax registered in Germany. Uploading German tax certificate (F22) or acknowledging this declaration will reinstate your selling ability. Once you upload your Tax Certificate, we will review it and will revert to you in case additional information is required. This process may take up to 5 working days.
If you are required to be German tax registered, upload your German tax certificate.
If you are not required to be German tax registered, you must acknowledge this declaration that you are not generating taxable sales in Germany.
You are allowed a 30-day period to remove your inventory from DE fulfilment centers, after which, any remaining inventory will be disposed of at your cost without further notice.
To learn more about the legislation, see sample images of the correct documents required, and review other FAQ, visit Comply with your new German tax obligations.