LeCheese

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  1.     A very quick reply as I am on my way to the airport.   The POD company is charging you VAT, you are selling at X per print without VAT.   It would be a whole lot easier for you to register for VAT here in Germany, you would also have the benefit of being able to write off expenses etc.   Must run    
  2. Brexit: The fallout

      Or something 
  3. Brexit: The fallout

    Interesting read European Commission - Fact SheetBrexit Negotiations: What is in the Withdrawal AgreementBrussels, 14 November 2018  
  4. Brexit: The fallout

      you might not, I`m damn sure going to try to 
  5. Brexit: The fallout

      It tells you where the markets may be going  tonight / tommorrow
  6. Brexit: The fallout

    So DUP does not get what it wants Fishermen do not get what they want Brexiteers get far from what they want UK has to pay to play for the transition ECJ decides on matters involving interpretation of EU law and not the arbitration panel Remainers do not get what they want either   Sounds like the show isn`t over till the fat lady sings     
  7. Brexit: The fallout

    From Barnier press conference   Barnier on citizens' part of Brexit agreement: "They will be able to live their lives as before in their country of residence."   So no sweat unless parliment throws a spanner in the works
  8. Brexit: The fallout

      and its no sweat for those applying for citizenship until the end of the transition ( assuming it gets past parliment )   Added for those with PR   Residence rights 1. Union citizens and United Kingdom nationals shall have the right to reside in the host State under the limitations and conditions as set out in Articles 21, 45 or 49 TFEU and in Article 6(1), points (a), (b) or (c) of Article 7(1), Article 7(3), Article 14, Article 16(1) or Article 17(1) of Directive 2004/38/EC.   ARTICLE 15 Right of permanent residence 1. Union citizens and United Kingdom nationals, and their respective family members, who have resided legally in the host State in accordance with Union law for a continuous period of 5 years or for the period specified in Article 17 of Directive 2004/38/EC, shall have the right to reside permanently in the host State under the conditions set out in Articles 16, 17 and 18 of Directive 2004/38/EC. Periods of legal residence or work in accordance with Union law before and after the end of the transition period shall be included in the calculation of the qualifying period necessary for acquisition of the right of permanent residence. 2. Continuity of residence for the purposes of acquisition of the right of permanent residence shall be determined in accordance with Article 16(3) and Article 21 of Directive 2004/38/EC.   Added some more   ARTICLE 18 Issuance of residence documents 1. The host State may require Union citizens or United Kingdom nationals, their respective family members and other persons, who reside in its territory in accordance with the conditions set out in this Title, to apply for a new residence status which confers the rights under this Title and a document evidencing such status which may be in a digital form. Applying for such a residence status shall be subject to the following conditions: (a) the purpose of the application procedure shall be to verify whether the applicant is entitled to the residence rights set out in this Title. Where that is the case, the applicant shall have a right to be granted the residence status and the document evidencing that status; (b) the deadline for submitting the application shall not be less than 6 months from the end of the transition period, for persons residing in the host State before the end of the transition period. For persons who have the right to commence residence after the end of the transition period in the host State in accordance with this Title, the deadline for submitting the application shall be 3 months after their arrival or the expiry of the deadline referred to in the first subparagraph, whichever is later A certificate of application for the residence status shall be issued immediately; (c) the deadline for submitting the application referred to in point (b) shall be extended automatically by 1 year where the Union has notified the United Kingdom, or the United Kingdom has notified the Union, that technical problems prevent the host State either from registering the application or from issuing the certificate of application referred to in point (b). The host State shall publish that notification and shall provide appropriate public information for the persons concerned in good time; (d) where the deadline for submitting the application referred to in point (b) is not respected by the persons concerned, the competent authorities shall assess all the circumstances and reasons for not respecting the deadline and shall allow those persons to submit an application within a reasonable further period of time if there are reasonable grounds for the failure to respect the deadline; (e) the host State shall ensure that any administrative procedures for applications are smooth, transparent and simple, and that any unnecessary administrative burdens are avoided; (f) application forms shall be short, simple, user friendly and adapted to the context of this Agreement; applications made by families at the same time shall be considered together;   Sorrry for the blocks of text - it doesn`t copy as formatted   Basically read from page 20 onwards
  9.   I do not believe that is correct, they are buying the Print from the POD company. I will give my friend another call
  10.   I don`t even own a camera  Professor google is my friend.   I gave a photographer friend a call and he had this to say.   He is a freiberufler, KSK etc. He has a DE XXXX XXXX XXXX VAT number, when selling to the UK he simply puts his VAT number on the invoice and the VAT number of the Print On Demand printer, as they are the ones selling the prints, as they will be charging VAT to the end customer in the UK. He says its the same with Agency  sales, his VAT Nr and the agencies VAT NR  as is normal in intra EU sales he doesn`t charge VAT. Its only when he sells to non EU countries that he charges VAT at the german rate. How correct that is I personally do not know but he has been doing this for a couple of decades or so here in Germany.   He didnt understand why the OP doesn`t charge VAT if he is running a business, small or not.   Added later... here is something from a previous thread which clarifies things as regards VAT charging   From this thread    
  11. Traffic Jams & Bed

    Hot and sweaty in here 
  12. Cool stuff worth sharing

    This is awesome      ( Even if its a composite )
  13. Lets see, as a photographer you are supposed to charge VAT right? ( 7% I believe or ? ) Whats to stop you just paying the 7% / 19% to the finanzamt yourself and incorporating that in your pricing?   Or am I way off base here?
  14. Traffic Jams & Bed

    somethings steaming