Support » Plugin: EU/UK VAT Compliance Assistant for WooCommerce » Can B2B turnover be excluded?

  • Resolved Rosanne van Staalduinen

    (@rosanne-van-staalduinen)


    I would like to use this plugin to help customer with the OSS regulation. Some shops have both B2C and B2B clients. If I understood correctly, the €10,000 threshold for only complies for turnover from B2C customers. Is there a way to split B2C and B2B orders to keep an eye on the treshold?

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  • Plugin Author David Anderson

    (@davidanderson)

    Hi Rosanne,

    Thank you for your interest! Such features are part of the paid version of the plugin – https://www.simbahosting.co.uk/s3/woocommerce-vat-compliance-frequently-asked-questions/ . B2B customers identify themselves through supplying a valid VAT number.

    David

    Thread Starter Rosanne van Staalduinen

    (@rosanne-van-staalduinen)

    Thanks David! And all the turnover from B2B customers (who identified themselves) is not added to the treshold?

    Thread Starter Rosanne van Staalduinen

    (@rosanne-van-staalduinen)

    One last question: is the plugin also compatible with the EU Vat checker plugin from WooCommerce? Or do we need the PRO version of your plugin to process VAT numbers.

    Plugin Author David Anderson

    (@davidanderson)

    > Thanks David! And all the turnover from B2B customers (who identified themselves) is not added to the treshold?

    (Previous answer removed – sorry, I got very confused!). Yes, the report table in our plugin only counts orders with VAT on them. By their nature, B2B sales where the customer provided a validated VAT number don’t get included in that.

    > One last question: is the plugin also compatible with the EU Vat checker plugin from WooCommerce? Or do we need the PRO version of your plugin to process VAT numbers.

    I have not paid much attention to WooCommerce’s official extension in recent years, and have little idea of what might happen if you tried to use it together with a second VAT extension at the same time. The results are unlikely to be good, and you wouldn’t get support from either them or us from attempting to do that – both of us would say “don’t try that, just pick the one you want to use, not both”.

    Thread Starter Rosanne van Staalduinen

    (@rosanne-van-staalduinen)

    Awesome! Thanks for taking the time to clarify this for me. I’m going to write a blog about this and will recommend your plugin =)

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