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  • #11380005  | PERMALINK

    radiozettl

    Registriert seit: 07.08.2013

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    kurganrs

    thesidewinder Bandcamp blocked in China

    Krank!

    Sehr schräg ist das.

    Irgendwann habe ich mal versucht, das Album „Shi Yu Fei“ das der aus dem TripHop der 90er bekannte Produzent Howie B für die Gruppe YuFeiMen betreut hat, über die chinesische Amazon-Seite zu bestellen. Aber keine Chance: das wird nicht ins Ausland verkauft. Hat vielleicht jemand von Euch aus dem Forum eine Idee, was ich probieren könnte?

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    #11394823  | PERMALINK

    gypsy-tail-wind
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    Biomasse

    Registriert seit: 25.01.2010

    Beiträge: 58,483

    morgen ist wieder Bandcamp Friday :bye:

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    hp
    Medizinalrath

    Registriert seit: 22.05.2005

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    Bandcamp ist toll, aber das Stöbern ist nach wie vor sehr schwierig.

    Da niemand eine Vorauswahl trifft, ist das Angebot riesig.

     

    Die Suchfunktion hapert teilweise auch.

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    sparch
    MaggotBrain

    Registriert seit: 10.07.2002

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    Nächsten Freitag (18.06.2021):

    Next Friday, Stand with Bandcamp to Support Racial Justice, Equality, and Change

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    kurganrs

    Registriert seit: 25.12.2015

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    sparch Nächsten Freitag (18.06.2021): Next Friday, Stand with Bandcamp to Support Racial Justice, Equality, and Change

    Habe ich auch gesehen.  :good:

    #11522457  | PERMALINK

    sparch
    MaggotBrain

    Registriert seit: 10.07.2002

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    Mit ist gerade aufgefallen, dass bei einigen Anbietern aus dem Ausland (auch innerhalb der EU) jetzt (seit heute?) 19% Steuern auf den Preis aufgeschlagen werden. Gab es hier irgendwelchen Änderungen?

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    #11522467  | PERMALINK

    kurganrs

    Registriert seit: 25.12.2015

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    von Riot Season Records
    THE EU VAT NIGHTMARE

    Attention customers in the European Union (this does not affect customers outside of Europe)

    As you may have already heard, from july 1st 2021 all packages entering the EU will now be subject to a VAT charge, and most likely a handling charge also.

    The old ‘if it’s under 22 euros in value you’ll be fine’ rule has been scrapped.

    You may wish to check your countries ruling on this before placing an order to make sure you don’t get a nasty surprise upon delivery.

    Many of us small labels are trying to find a solution to this situation which will soften the blow, but it may take some time. It truly is heartbreaking to keep facing these obstacles being put in our way since the whole brexit bullshit.

    I sincerely hope you EU customers stick around, as a big percentage of riot season’s oldest and loyalist supporters are based in the EU.

    There is a rumour that Bandcamp are going to announce something related to this imminently and we can only all hope it’s good news!

    As soon as I hear anything I will update you all of course.

    Thanks Andy/RS

    #11522469  | PERMALINK

    kurganrs

    Registriert seit: 25.12.2015

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    und:

    Habe gerade eine Mail von Jazz In Britain bekommen. Da steht unter anderem, was Erfreuliches drin:

    „EU customers orders are also now handled entirely within the EU and therefore customs charges no longer apply,
    all of our products now ship from Poland to anywhere within the EU zone courtesy of our fantastic EU based manufacturers/distributors 8Merch.“

    #11522477  | PERMALINK

    sparch
    MaggotBrain

    Registriert seit: 10.07.2002

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    Ok, so etwas habe ich mir schon gedacht, aber so richtig zu funktionieren scheint es dennoch nicht, da z.T. auch Anbieter innerhalb der EU (sogar Deutschlands) die Steuer erheben.

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    #11522553  | PERMALINK

    kurganrs

    Registriert seit: 25.12.2015

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    Hier noch ein Text von Discogs:

    Great news! As new UK and EU supply of goods VAT regulations come into effect on July 1, Discogs will ensure buying and selling with the UK and EU remains viable by collecting supply of goods VAT on your behalf for orders placed on and after July 1st.

    The following changes impact sellers worldwide who sell into the UK or EU, buyers located in the UK placing an order with a seller outside the UK, and buyers in the EU placing an order with a seller outside the EU.

    When and how is supply of goods VAT charged?
    There are two supply of goods VAT scenarios: 1) sales where Discogs is responsible for collecting VAT as a deemed supplier and 2) sales where sellers are responsible for collecting VAT. Discogs is responsible for VAT when goods are imported into either the EU or UK and the buyer is not VAT registered. Sellers are responsible for VAT when goods are sold within the EU or within the UK and the buyer is not VAT registered.

    As the “deemed supplier”, Discogs will apply supply of goods VAT to all orders imported into the UK from outside the UK or into the EU from outside the EU. Supply of goods VAT will be applied at or under a certain low value goods threshold, as follows:

    The UK low value goods threshold is £135
    The EU low value goods threshold is €150
    Supply of goods VAT is to be paid by the buyer as part of the total order cost. UK and EU VAT will be automatically calculated and added to the order total to be paid by the buyer. The supply of goods VAT amount will be added to your monthly Discogs sales fee invoice, and we will file the VAT returns and remit the VAT to the appropriate tax authority.

    As a service to EU sellers who sell to buyers also located in the EU, and UK sellers who sell to buyers also located in the UK, Discogs will apply supply of goods VAT to all orders where the buyer is not VAT registered. We are providing this service to make sellers’ job of determining what is VAT taxable and what isn’t VAT taxable easier by supporting sellers’ requirements to collect and remit supply of goods VAT on intra-UK and intra-EU orders.

    A commercial invoice must accompany all cross border shipments
    Sellers will be required to attach a commercial invoice to the shipment for all cross-border sales.

    If you are a seller who is outside the UK and EU, and are shipping an order to a buyer in either the UK or the EU, the commercial invoice includes harmonized tariff codes for each item to speed customs clearance — essentially, a seller declaration that the invoice accurately represents the shipment, and any VAT charges.

    This allows customs authorities to determine whether VAT has been paid, if applicable. This can be printed from the order page. Simply click the “Print” button available in the top right section of your Order page.

    For buyers, the order receipt has also been updated to include full VAT invoice requirements, including harmonized tariff (HS) codes for each item purchased.

    VAT exemptions with a valid VAT ID
    If you have a valid UK or EU VAT ID, please enter this into your Settings under Tax Information on Discogs. Providing your VAT ID will exempt you from VAT charges on Discogs whether you sell on Discogs or buy, even occasionally. If your VAT ID becomes invalid, we will notify you and request that a new, valid VAT ID be entered into your Seller Settings.

    Add your VAT ID to your Settings »

    For complete information on Discogs’ compliance efforts regarding new UK and EU VAT regulations and how they affect you, please see the latest blog post.

    Sincerely,
    Discogs

    #11522577  | PERMALINK

    sparch
    MaggotBrain

    Registriert seit: 10.07.2002

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    Bei Bandcamp hängt es wohl davon ab, ob der Anbieter Enhanced oder Standard Payments nutzt:

    Bandcamp
    For merch (physical items), the applicable sales tax will be applied at checkout for merch sold by artists or labels using Enhanced Payments (where Bandcamp serves as the payment processor), and Bandcamp will collect and remit the taxable amounts directly to the appropriate tax authorities.

    For artists or labels using Standard Payments (where Bandcamp does not serve as the payment processor, and the payment from the fan is made directly to the artist’s PayPal account), the artist or label is responsible for processing any applicable taxes or customs related to the sale of merch.

    Bei alle Anbietern, bei denen ich bislang bestellt habe und die ersteres nutzen, kommt nun die Steuer dazu, egal wo sie ihren Sitz haben.

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    #11522661  | PERMALINK

    kurganrs

    Registriert seit: 25.12.2015

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    Hier noch eine Nachricht von discogs. Das Thema scheint sie zu beschäftigen. Eigentlich zu Recht.

    nterpreting complicated tax regulations is never an easy task. The changes to the EU and UK VAT laws have created a complex set of rules that we are working hard to interpret for the Discogs community. We may have caused some confusion or concern in an earlier email communication about our new EU and UK supply of goods VAT services, especially with respect to intra-EU and intra-UK orders. Please read on for a clarification of how we are handling intra-EU and intra-UK supply of goods VAT.

    Discogs will <b><u>not</u></b> be assessing VAT on intra-EU or intra-UK orders beginning on July 1st, as our original announcement suggested. Discogs will only assess supply of goods VAT (import VAT) on orders to be imported into either the EU or UK by sellers located outside those countries. Discogs will assess VAT on these orders because, as a marketplace facilitator and deemed supplier, we are responsible for collecting, reporting on, and remitting supply of goods VAT on goods imported into either the EU or UK.

    Discogs is actively working to provide EU and UK sellers with the ability to select the countries in which they wish to collect VAT on intra-EU and intra-UK orders. Providing this service will allow sellers to manage their VAT responsibilities directly themselves. VAT regulations are very complicated, as a result we strongly encourage our sellers to seek advice from their tax advisors to determine where they are responsible for collecting VAT when selling to intra-EU and intra-UK buyers.

    In an effort to support our community located in Northern Ireland, we have updated the Discogs supported country list to include Northern Ireland, and are also adding Northern Ireland to our new tax ID validation services.

    If you are located in Northern Ireland as either a Discogs buyer or seller, please take a few moments to review the following actions and to update your settings and location in your Discogs account, as appropriate to your particular situation:

    • If you have a valid tax ID for Northern Ireland, you may save it in your Settings.
    • If you are a buyer located in Northern Ireland, please be sure to update your Shipping Address country in your Buyer Settings.  You may select Northern Ireland from our drop down list.
    • If you are a seller located in Northern Ireland, please be sure to update your Ships From country in your Seller Settings. You may select Northern Ireland from our drop down list.

    For now, shipping policies will map Northern Ireland to UK shipping policies. In the near future, we plan to provide you with the option to segment Northern Ireland out for any unique shipping policy plans you may require.

    For complete information on Discogs’ compliance efforts regarding new UK and EU VAT regulations and how they affect you, please see the latest blog post.

    Sincerely,
    Discogs

    #11522967  | PERMALINK

    latho
    No pretty face

    Registriert seit: 04.05.2003

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    Einfach ging’s mal wieder nicht. Ich dachte, die hätten nur die Freigrenze abgeschafft, also alles teurer gemacht („um es den EU-Bürgern leichter zu machen“), aber die ganzen Steuervorschriften sind mir schon wieder zu viel.

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    #11522987  | PERMALINK

    jjhum

    Registriert seit: 30.08.2007

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    Mich würde mal der Weg einer Schallplatte interessieren und wie dann der Endpreis sich errechnet. Wenn zum Beispiel die Platte in der EU gepresst wird, wo dann das Sleeve hinzugefügt wird und so weiter. Das ganze Hin und Her.

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    #11523183  | PERMALINK

    sparch
    MaggotBrain

    Registriert seit: 10.07.2002

    Beiträge: 33,678

    Wenn ich das richtig sehe, kann man jetzt Bestellungen von außerhalb der EU praktisch vergessen, denn zusätzlich zur Einfuhrumsatzsteuer kommt dann noch eine Servicepauschale des Postdienstleisters dazu (bei DHL sind das z.B. 6€).

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