European Value Added Tax (VAT) is a tax that applies to goods and services sold in the European Union (EU). If you are an Amazon FBA seller based outside of the EU and you sell goods to customers within the EU, you may be required to register for VAT and charge VAT to your customers.
The VAT requirements for Amazon FBA sellers will depend on your business structure and the countries in which you sell goods. In general, if you are selling goods into the EU through Amazon FBA, you may be required to register for VAT in the country where the FBA warehouse is located and charge VAT to your customers in that country. It's important to note that VAT rules and regulations can be complex and vary by country, so it's important to seek professional advice to understand your specific VAT obligations as an Amazon FBA seller in the EU.
In general, it's recommended that Amazon FBA sellers seek professional advice from a tax advisor or accountant to ensure they are in compliance with VAT requirements in the EU and to avoid any potential penalties or fines.