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Business customer requests invoice from private seller


Emilia68#1

Good day everybody!
A business customer asked me for an invoice. I had sent her the delivery note with her order line ID. The sales assistant also assured me that there was nothing more to do. Unfortunately, the delivery note / packing slip was not enough for the customer; She expects an invoice from me.
Since I am a private seller and therefore not entitled to input tax deduction, I do not know how I can help her further. Can I issue an invoice and show the VAT on it?

Thank you very much for your help in advance.


Steffffi#2

Have you ever tried using that ominous search function that is rumored in the suburbs?

Edit: Well, after the community says that the search function sucks, so please: don't use it, you Cindys, Emilies and Kevins out there: please keep asking everything, the half-life of your brain is no longer than 10 minutes.


Grumble#6

Issue receipt / invoice: yes
Show VAT: no way

For everything else, use the search function or simply scroll through ... the question pops up every week.


Ice queen#7

"Can I issue an invoice and show the VAT?" - It is precisely because of such questions that one should seriously consider whether to sell here.


Emilia68#8

That was a stupid phrase. I know that as a private seller I do not have an invoice with VAT. exhibit
may; However, on every ordinary receipt block there is a field with VAT, which is used among private sellers.
Can I issue a receipt as follows?
Buyer's purchase price: 13.90 incl. 7% VAT. : 0.91 euros
Flat rate shipping costs: 3.00 euros including 7% VAT: 0.20 euros
Total price: 16.90 euros.
Or do I get problems then?


FU2#9

First: If anyone writes anything about “receipt” anywhere in this forum (@Grummel e.g.), then I will send them my palette of unheated receipt blocks from DM times, which they can then sign in the original and send by post.

Second to the TE (ThemesEmilia): NO, you are NOT allowed to show VAT. Send him one PRIVATE BILLING (Google helps !, the search function here in the forum too, by the way).

Cheers!


Emilia68#10

Many thanks; I have now gathered the following information for myself from other threads.
That answers my question very well:

  1. An invoice documents the existence of a claim, a receipt confirms that a claim has expired (for example due to a payment).

  2. You do not have to issue an invoice, as the legal requirements from Section 14 of the Sales Tax Act should not be present.

  3. The buyer could, however, be entitled to a receipt.

Thanks to everyone who, despite the fact that this question has come up again, showed the patience to answer it anyway!


FU2#11

That answers my question very well:

Yes, but wrong.

With so much immaturity, blindness and lack of understanding I'm out.

Cheers!


Emilia68#16

Inadvertently, you adequately answered my question with the following comment. Very friendly, too. Thank you very much, Uppinger!

QUOTE BEGINNING:
"It sounds here as if you absolutely need a separately issued“ private invoice ”so that you can claim an acquisition from Amazon as a business expense to the tax office. In a legal forum someone put it so nicely that I can can not express better:

+ “According to the Federal Ministry of Finance's billing guideline, every document that is used to settle a delivery or other service is an invoice, regardless of how the document itself is referred to in business transactions. In this respect, the documents / printouts made available by most online platforms are generally sufficient for private individuals and for entrepreneurs as proof of the purchase from a private individual, also as an invoice. ”+
QUOTE END

Thank you and have a nice day. GREETINGS TO THE IMPERIENCE !!!


FU2#17

I'm glad you found it:

sellercentral.amazon.de

Issue an invoice?

It sounds here as if you absolutely need a separately issued “private invoice” so that you can claim an acquisition from Amazon as a business expense to the tax office. In a legal forum someone has it so nice ...

However, that does not change anything in Amazon's current policy for business customers.

Incidentally, today is the official day of the 4-year old subjectsSo let's celebrate the permanent repetitions, false statements, incompetence and the newly discovered pottery hobby of Okonikum.

Cheers!


IQUADO#18

Or do I get problems then?

I can think of at least 2 provisions of the tax code that are subject to fines or fines, against which this violates.

However, on every ordinary receipt block there is a field with VAT, which is used among private sellers.

Strikethrough is not part of the school curriculum in all federal states? :


Peas#19

Here you get something new, freshly copied from my manage orders page. Bottom point, the business customers are starting to get on my nerves.

Quick filter:
0 shipping to date
0 Premium shipping - not shipped
0 Not sent to business customers


FU2#20

Here again to take notes for Okonikum:

Okonikum:

it's better that way, I (personally) don't like your “TON”!

And I (personally) don't like your non-existent content, nor your permanent private superficialities. Open up a cuddle club with the @ ex-clown and wallow in lovely pats, or please get along with my “TON”!

Cheers!


Man of honor#21

Take a run-of-the-mill invoice generator from the network and write in capitalized 0% as VAT. Finished. What kind of elevation you are doing here is amazing.


souvenir#22

Now I have to contradict: 0% VAT is tax-less than no reported VAT ...

Oh, it's all pretty complicated

In the case of the TE, the packing slip provided by Amazon should actually suffice, as long as the price is on it (I know that is not the case with all of them).


FU2#23

Hello snitch!
Here again for you:

PS: You have just clicked, the report button is NEXT to the like heart under the three dots. Fortunately, you noticed it quickly, otherwise I would have doubted your sanity even more.

Cheers!


FU2#24

Souvenir:

In the case of the TE, the packing slip provided by Amazon should actually suffice

He doesn't because the address of the (private) seller is nowhere noted.


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