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  • #38434
    mcdinner
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    perhaps you could just bring the phones across the channel in October and ship it from there.

    We do not know where this “EU fulfilment warehouse” is located. But let us hope it is in say Ireland. Perhaps to the north…

    I dont’t think Brexit will happen anytime soon, but not UK would make sense at the moment.

    #38568
    Zimeon
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    Shipment in case of a hard brexit would mean a 24% addition of VAT and add an additional 155€ to the price of the phone. Hope it doesn’t come to that, but it would really suck.Well we have less than a month now to find out how things go.

    #38618
    EskeRahn
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    Shipment in case of a hard brexit would mean a 24% addition of VAT and add an additional 155€ to the price of the phone. Hope it doesn’t come to that, but it would really suck.Well we have less than a month now to find out how things go.

    Please read the answer by Erik…. It wont.

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    jason
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    Shipment in case of a hard brexit would mean a 24% addition of VAT and add an additional 155€ to the price of the phone. Hope it doesn’t come to that, but it would really suck.Well we have less than a month now to find out how things go.

    You only pay the tax applicable when you purchase an item not when it ships. (except customs import duty ofc)

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    Zimeon
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    Shipment in case of a hard brexit would mean a 24% addition of VAT and add an additional 155€ to the price of the phone. Hope it doesn’t come to that, but it would really suck.Well we have less than a month now to find out how things go.

    You only pay the tax applicable when you purchase an item not when it ships. (except customs import duty ofc)

    Example 1. The client does not have a Finnish business ID and indirect representation is used. In this case, the indirect representative is also responsible for the VAT on importation and any subsequent taxation.

    https://tulli.fi/en/businesses/import/import-vat

    Importing from outside EU would mean any imported products need to have VAT paid. Mobile phones are except of customs fees when importing from outside of EU to Finland. I think you can request tax excemption from the UK but as the product is already paid not sure how it would go. Guess this would be least of our problems if Brexit happens :)

    https://tulli.fi/tullilaskuri?current=region&goods-id=74&region-id=3&currency-id=1 (In Finnish tho)

    Btw, missed Eriks response earlier, thnx @eskerahn. But if there’s a hard brexit, then things get interesting.

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    #38695
    Parhelion
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    Interesting speculation indeed, which incident may occur first – Brexit (possible further delay) or Pro1 delivery…

    anyway, if i were to bet, I#d go for Pro1 first. Hopefully.

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    jason
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    I was thinking UK wise but yes VAT must be paid in the country of sale now.

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