Varieties of the distance selling of goods from 01.07.2021

From 01.07.2021 the following types of distance selling of goods are introduced in the national VAT legislation: intra-Community distance selling of goods; distance selling of goods imported from third countries or territories; domestic distance selling of goods; delivery of goods, which is facilitated by an electronic interface.

Intra-Community distance selling of goods is the dispatch or transport of goods by the supplier or on his behalf from the territory of a Member State other than that in which the dispatch or transport of the goods to a non-taxable person, including a taxable person and a non-taxable legal person carrying out an exempt intra-Community acquisition ends. The goods must have been produced in the EU or have already been released for free circulation. The rules on intra-Community distance selling of goods do not apply to the following categories of goods: new vehicles; goods that are mounted and / or installed by or at the expense of the supplier; goods subject to a special price margin procedure for second-hand goods, works of art, collectors’ items and antiques.

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Supply of goods – types of places in accordance with Bulgarian VAT regulations

There are different ways for determining the place of supply of goods in accordance with the Bulgarian Value Added Tax Act (VATA). This is detrimental for the type of VAT taxation regime of each supply to Bulgaria. The basic principle for VAT taxation for each supply is that it is in accordance to the local laws on the territory of the supply.

General terms

Art. 6 (2) of VATA stipulates that when the goods are not shipped or forwarded but rather their ownership is passed by handing them over – the place of supply is where they are handed over to the buyer. Continue reading “Supply of goods – types of places in accordance with Bulgarian VAT regulations”