The best scheme of VAT (Value Added Tax) registration for Amazon private label sellers depends on a number of factors, including the seller's business structure, the countries in which they sell, and their sales volume. Here are a few common VAT registration schemes for Amazon private label sellers:
Mini One Stop Shop (MOSS): This scheme is available to sellers who sell digital services to consumers in the EU, and allows them to register for VAT in one EU country and report and pay VAT in that country only, even if they have customers in multiple EU countries.
Standard VAT Registration: This scheme requires sellers to register for VAT in each EU country where they have taxable supplies and report and pay VAT in those countries. This scheme is suitable for sellers who have a significant sales volume in each country or who sell physical goods that are subject to VAT in each country.
Non-Union VAT Registration: This scheme is suitable for sellers who have customers in EU countries, but do not have a physical presence in the EU. Under this scheme, sellers can register for VAT in the EU country where their customers are located, and report and pay VAT in that country only.
It is important to note that VAT requirements and rules can vary from country to country and can change over time. It is recommended that Amazon private label sellers seek advice from a tax or legal professional who is familiar with the VAT rules in the EU to determine the best VAT registration scheme for their business.