Resumption of sales to consumers through OryxSim.eu coming soonFlorian Fermin
Due to a change in legislation OryxSim can start selling directly again to customers. This has to do with the fact that as a small business OryxSim is no longer subject to the Mini One Stop Shop regulation (MOSS). This made accounting inside the EU incredibly cumbersome which caused OryxSim to abandon it all together. New European Comission regulations put in place means that OryxSim no longer falls under the MOSS regime for now and won’t likely be subject to MOSS anytime soon.
What does this mean for you as a customer?
- If you’re a consumer inside the EU or a business inside the Netherlands, sales that occur through oryxsim.eu are subject to Dutch VAT, regardless of where you are located. As of January 2019, this is 21%. This is different from before as you were previously charged the local rate (for example 22% if you were residing in Italy)
- If you’re a business inside the EU (but outside the Netherlands). You’ll get charged 0% VAT under the Reverse Charge principle. You will need to provide a valid VAT number to achieve this. Otherwise, 21% applies.
- If you’re outside the EU (business or not), nothing changes. You don’t need to pay any VAT to OryxSim. Please note that you may need to some form of sales tax in your home country.
The resumption of sales is not the highest priority for me. This is entirely getting scenery projects going (Toronto) as well as looking into updating existing sceneries for Prepar3D compatibility.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to get in touch.