Please login by clicking to button “Login”. This button you find in menu.
Then you will be transfer to login page where you login by adding the same login informations like when you login to your amazon account.
SAME LOGIN INFORMATION LIKE TO YOUR AMAZON ACCOUNT
After this wizard will help you to set up everything correctly.
It´s easy and extremely fast. About 5 mins job.
Login to your account. Click in menu “Settings”. Click “My VAT IDs”.
For default row, set VAT rate and your VAT number for the country where your company is registered.Insert all your VAT numbers – add rows to the table and enter your data.
Choose Central Bank – if you are registered in Eurozone, choose ECB, if you are in UK, choose BOE. This is for updating currency exchange rates.
In “Numbering” tab, you can setup custom numbering of your invoices.
You should have registered for VAT in every country, where Amazon has warehouses and fulfil your orders from.
Plus, if you have exceeded threshold of your sales to particular EU country, you are required to get VAT number for that country and pay VAT there.
SET UP INDIVIDUAL VAT RATE
1. Click “Get SKUs”, then click “Get SKUs from Invoices” – if you already imported some invoices, all SKUs from those invoices will be imported to Products.
2. Click “Get SKUs”, then click “Get SKUs from Amazon” – you need to have set up MWS (Settings) to use this. Then you can import all your listed products directly from Amazon (per market).
1. One product: Click on particular product – window will pop up, enter new VAT rate or set it to default.
2. Multiple products at once: Filter products you want to update their VAT rate. You can filter by SKU and/or Name. You can use partial strings for that (e.g. to filter all SKUs starting with “XH-“, enter this to SKU filter)
Click “Bulk VAT rate update”, enter VAT rate and click OK.
Explanation to VAT RN, SKU and VAT rate:
If you have more VAT RNs and you sell books, then you need to set up VAT rate for that books to every VAT RN you have. E.g. in United Kingdom reduced VAT rate is 5%, in Germany reduced VAT rate is 7%. (2016).
If you have just one VAT RN, then first table looks pretty simple. It is your VAT from Amazon revenues for particular month. If you have more VAT RNs and you sell also products with reduced VAT, table grows a bit, as you can see in a screenshot (Ireland is there in two rows, because we also sell products in reduced VAT rate). If registered, Great Britain might be there in two rows, because one customer bought our products in German Amazon market, he paid in Euros and shipped the product to Great Britain.
Your accountat have to calculate VAT from that invoice from EUR to GBP and add it to GBP VAT payable (if your accounting currency is GBP, machine calculates to GBP automatically).
Poland is there because Amazon pan-European FBA has a warehouses in Poland, so we should be registered for VAT in Poland as well. So again, your accountant has to calculate those euros into a Polish currency when you pay VAT.
Login to your account. Click in menu “Invoices”, then click “Analytics” or “Accountant”. Download excel file with all information your accountant needs to submit VAT report. Just filter data by year and month as you need.
1. your VAT number used for each invoice.
2. VAT rate, invoice number, date. If there have been used more VAT rates in one invoice, this invoice will be in two or more rows (per VAT rate).
3. Total, currency, subtotal, vat.
4. Buyer full billing and shipping data, including countries.
5. If buyer have his VAT RN, it is there.
6. Amazon warehouse and warehouse country the products were shipped from. (FC – Fullfillment Center)
7. Currency rate to your home currency. (accounting currency).
8. Total, subtotal and vat in your home currency calculated with appropriate currency rate for the date invoice has been issued. (ECB, HMRC). Your accountant can sum up figures and use it for VAT report and also for income tax, therefore s/he does not have to enter each invoice to his bookkeeping software. S/he can use that excel file as a foundation of her fillings.