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Many customers sell internationally, and some jurisdictions are now enforcing the payment of local tax for online sales from other countries. Recently New Zealand made that change
You need to setup a new tax area for the UK and set GST to 20% for that tax area:
The method of making the changes is similar in eCorner NOW and eCorner Cloudshops.
The examples assume that the tax model is GST included and that all products include GST. Check that GST is included in products at:
NOTE: The term “VAT” will not show in the order documents but rather it will be “GST” as per Australian tax requirements.
You can find more information about registering for VAT and requirements at:
At the moment there is no feature that enables UK VAT to be limited based on order value. Once setup as above 20% tax will be applied to all orders. In most cases you can remit the VAT collected to your logistics provider to cover the VAT at the border at time of importation.