Support » Plugin: One Stop Shop for WooCommerce » Possible to exclude B2B turnover?

  • 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 (sometimes with seperated user role). If I understood correctly, the €10,000 threshold 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 vendidero

    (@vendidero)

    Hi there,

    in case of b2b transactions, no VAT should be invoiced at all. You should use a VAT ID validation plugin to manage such VAT exempts for businesses from other EU countries. This way, b2b data will to be added to OSS reports.

    Cheers

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by vendidero.
    Thread Starter Rosanne van Staalduinen

    (@rosanne-van-staalduinen)

    Can you tell which b2b data is added to the OSS reports? Can I find an example somewhere? It’s not clear to me if the turnover from the b2b transactions from verified b2b customers is added to the treshold or not.

    Plugin Author vendidero

    (@vendidero)

    Can you tell which b2b data is added to the OSS reports? Can I find an example somewhere?

    I don’t really know what you are talking about? There is no b2b data being added. The reports are generated based on the assumption that every order that contains taxes (within the EU) is a b2c order as b2b orders (order with VAT IDs and VAT exempt) will not include taxes.

    Cheers

    Thread Starter Rosanne van Staalduinen

    (@rosanne-van-staalduinen)

    You wrote “This way, b2b data will to be added to OSS reports.” But maybe you meant wil NOT be added 🙂

    This is what I was looking for: the assumption that every order that contains taxes (within the EU) is a b2c order as b2b orders (order with VAT IDs and VAT exempt) will not include taxes

    Thanks!

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