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Re: Odoo Taxes different countries

by
Odoo S.A., Antony Lesuisse
- 06/07/2016 03:58:48
FYI, we are wroking on a branch about this (allowing to choose between b2b and 
b2c).

https://github.com/odoo-dev/odoo/commit/bc3d9ef6f521110654ee0ae7d11db331034c38d3

https://github.com/odoo-dev/odoo/commits/master-lilo-jke

Warning This is still experimental WIP not yet reviewed.

On 06/07/2016 09:38 AM, Ronald Wopereis wrote:
> I see.
>
> One of our clients has solved the problem this way:
> (1) webshop is B2C
> (2) website has a button 'Apply for business prices'
> (3) the application is checked, VAT number is checked, they get a login
> (4) after login they will go to the B2B webshop. This webshop has different
> prices and different shipping costs.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Best regards, Ron
>
>
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> 2016-06-07 9:23 GMT+02:00 Administracio <administracio@syc-cylinders.eu
> <mailto:administracio@syc-cylinders.eu>>:
>
>
>
>
>     Our business sells to the two models B2C and B2B so this is the problem..
>
>
>
>     *Laura Muñoz
>     *Departament de Disseny
>     administracio@syc-cylinders.eu <mailto:administracio@syc-cylinders.eu>
>     	SYC Cylinders Europe, SA
>     Huelva, 1
>     08940 Cornellà de Llobregat
>     Barcelona	
>
>     T 93 336 36 17
>     F 93 335 81 22
>     info@syc-cylinders.eu <mailto:info@syc-cylinders.eu>
>     www.syc-cylinders.eu 
>
>
>
>
>>     El 7 jun 2016, a las 9:08, Ronald Wopereis <woepwoep@gmail.com
>>     <mailto:woepwoep@gmail.com>> escribió:
>>
>>     Looking at your webshop, i wonder if the shop is B2C or B2B ?
>>
>>     If it is B2C (business to consumer) then the prices should always be
>>     including Spanish VAT. Customer has no VAT number so these are the final
>>     prices (including VAT). When you sell, you charge VAT and then you give
>>     this VAT to your government.
>>
>>     If it is B2B (business to business) then the prices should always be
>>     excluding any VAT. Customer will have a VAT number. But if they have not
>>     a VAT number, and you sell with 0% VAT, then your government will charge
>>     you for the difference. So you need to check if your B2B customer is a
>>     business with a valid VAT number.
>>     The official check is here: http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/vies/
>>
>>     Once you have agreed that the business has a VAT number, you can setup
>>     shop as pointed out by other members here in this thread.
>>
>>     Hope this helps,
>>     Best regards, Ron
>>
>>     ----
>>     http://about.me/woepwoep
>>
>>
>>     2016-06-07 8:37 GMT+02:00 Administracio <administracio@syc-cylinders.eu
>>     <mailto:administracio@syc-cylinders.eu>>:
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>         Yes, I think that the correct way is show price incl. VAT and “the
>>         user registration” I think it’s impossible… you will lost thousand
>>         of clients on this way. You already lose a big % for not show the
>>         shipping price on review order…
>>
>>         But Let us return, however, to the present topic. Somebody has a
>>         solution? How do you solved in your Online shops?
>>
>>         Thanks again.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>         *Laura Muñoz
>>         *Departament de Disseny
>>         administracio@syc-cylinders.eu <mailto:administracio@syc-cylinders.eu>
>>         	SYC Cylinders Europe, SA
>>         Huelva, 1
>>         08940 Cornellà de Llobregat
>>         Barcelona	
>>
>>         T 93 336 36 17
>>         F 93 335 81 22
>>         info@syc-cylinders.eu <mailto:info@syc-cylinders.eu>
>>         www.syc-cylinders.eu 
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>>         El 6 jun 2016, a las 16:32, Ermin Trevisan <trevi@twanda.com
>>>         <mailto:trevi@twanda.com>> escribió:
>>>
>>>         >> It's not the correct way to show products on the "public" shop. >
>>>         From my poin of view products should be shown always without any
>>>         tax for > public website and after the customer is logged shop
>>>         should show the > correct taxes for that customer. Otherways is
>>>         impossible to apply the > correct ones on each case. > > My2cents
>>>
>>>         The correct way is first and foremost the legally correct way. According
>>>         to european law mail-order/e-commerce B2C businesses are required to
>>>         display prices incl. VAT.
>>>         -- twanda AG Ermin Trevisan Artherstrasse 19 CH-6318 Walchwil T +41
>>>         41 758 1515  M +41 79 208 7373 >>         208 7373> E trevi@twanda.com <mailto:trevi@twanda.com>
>>>         www.twanda.ch  www.twanda.ch/page/restaurant
>>>         
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