internet company that sells to European customers via a European Middleman

Discussion in 'US Taxes' started by Jennifer Brogdan, Aug 6, 2003.

  1. Hello Everyone,

    I have a US registered small internet company that sells to European
    customers/user only, via a third party billing European companies, in the
    UK, Spain, and Portugal. The income comes to my bank only as wire transfers
    from these countries.

    The business consists of several internet websites that sell service to
    users in the above European countries. The sales are made via a middleman
    billing companies located in the above countries, respectively. That
    middleman billing companies collect the revenues + VAT tax from the European
    users/customers. I get the revenues wired to my bank in the US excluding
    VAT.

    Do you think that I owe any tax to the European countries? Do I just own the
    tax to the US gov?
    Is there any way for me to get back some of the VAT tax that was deducted
    from my revenues by the European middleman billing companies?

    Thank you. - Jenny
     
    Jennifer Brogdan, Aug 6, 2003
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