What are the rules for supplying goods or services to customers in other countries? This page explains the rules for exports and VAT.
Charging VAT within the EU
Under certain conditions, you generally do not charge VAT on your invoices for supplies of goods or services to businesses established in other EU Member States. Goods are subject to the 0% rate. With services you reverse-charge the VAT to the client. When selling to private customers, however, you should charge VAT in the same way as you do in the Netherlands. In most cases you then declare the turnover on your VAT return, and file a statement of intra-Community services (ICP).
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