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Re: Das französische Gesetz zur Betrugsbekämpfung im Jahr 2020

Beitrag von fca » 16. Jan 2020 10:02

Ja genau.
6Euro hat geschrieben:
16. Jan 2020 09:50
Die letzten beiden Seiten des Dokuments auf Französisch, geht es hier um die Benennung eines Bevollmächtigten (z.B. den deutschen Steuerberater)?



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Re: Das französische Gesetz zur Betrugsbekämpfung im Jahr 2020

Beitrag von fca » 28. Feb 2020 16:50

Heute hat Amazon von sich aus mitgeteilt welche Daten nun an das französische FA gegangen sind. Wir bekamen eine mail mit Betreff: "IMPORTANT TAX DOCUMENT: 2019 Statement Related to France Activity". Dort haben Sie es scheints besser ausgerechnet als in den vorigen Schätzungen. Sie geben auch hier Bruttowerte, also incl. Mehrwertsteuer an. Netto heißt in diesem Dokument offensichtlich nur "abzgl. Rücksendungen". Danach bleiben wir, wenn man die Mehrwertsteuer abzieht immer noch deutlich unter den 35.000,-. Außerhalb Amazon gab es nur wenige hundert Euro nach Frankreich. Mal sehen ob jetzt was vom französischen FA kommt.
MPORTANT TAX DOCUMENT: 2019 Statement Related to France Activity

Notice Date: 27 February 2020

Supplier Name:

SARL AMAZON SERVICES EUROPE

38 Avenue John F. Kennedy L-1855 Luxembourg




Declared Status: Legal entity



In accordance with the French Anti-Fraud Act (provisions of paragraph 3 of Article 242 bis of the General Tax Code), Amazon is required to provide you and the French Tax Authority details on your Selling on Amazon activity that is related to France. This information can be used to determine whether or not you have potential tax and/or social security obligations in France. Frequently asked questions may be found at the end of this statement.

Selling on Amazon Activity Reportable under the French Anti-Fraud Act:

• Any transaction that is shipped to a French address; or

• Any transaction that is shipped from a French address; or

• All transaction if you are established in France, such as having a French Business Address



Total 2019 Activity Reported to the French Tax Authority:



Number of Transactions: 1411

Sales: 40232.06 EUR

Refunds: -1550.54 EUR

Net Sales: 38681.52 EUR

Note: Amazon must report activity to the French Tax Authority, rounded to the nearest Euro.



For your convenience, below is a summary of activity by Selling on Amazon website:

Amazon.fr Sales Activity 2019:
Number of Transactions: 1393
Sales: 38662.79 EUR
Refunds: -1550.54 EUR
Net Sales: 37112.25 EUR



Amazon.de Sales Activity 2019:

Number of Transactions: 9

Sales: 694.78 EUR

Refunds: 0.00 EUR

Net Sales: 694.78 EUR



Amazon.uk Sales Activity 2019:

Number of Transactions: 9

Sales: 753.44 GBP

Refunds: 0.00 GBP

Net Sales: 753 GBP



Amazon.uk Sales Activity 2019 Converted to EUR:

Number of Transactions: 9

Sales: 874.49 EUR

Refunds: 0.00 EUR

Net Sales: 874.49 EUR



Amazon.it Sales Activity 2019:

Number of Transactions: 0

Sales: 0.00 EUR

Refunds: 0.00 EUR

Net Sales: 0.00 EUR



Amazon.es Sales Activity 2019:

Number of Transactions: 0

Sales: 0.00 EUR

Refunds: 0.00 EUR

Net Sales: 0.00 EUR



If you already meet your French taxes and social security obligations, you do not need to take any further action. Please consult with your tax advisor on your potential tax obligations related to France. If you do not have a tax advisor, you can find a list of independent tax advisors in our Solution Provider Network.



To learn more about this statement, visit https://sellercentral-europe.amazon.com ... /202125520



Thank you for selling with Amazon.



Important: Information in this document does not constitute tax, legal, or other professional advice and must not be used as such. If you have other questions, please contact your tax, legal, or other professional adviser.



Please note: This email message was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming email. Please do not reply to this message.

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Frequently Asked Questions



Why am I receiving this statement?

Amazon is required to report information to the French Tax Authorities if you meet any of the below criteria:

• Ship to a French address; or

• Shipped from a French address; or

• Are established in France, such as having a French Business Address



Am I required to take any action with this statement?

Amazon is obligated to provide you with this statement annually. If you already meet your French tax and social security obligations, you do not need to take any further action. If you are not sure, we recommend that you reach out to your tax advisor to understand your obligations and take appropriate actions. Sellers on Amazon must comply with all applicable laws and regulations at all times.



For more information, visit the French Tax Authorities’ websites impots.gouv.fr and securite-sociale.fr.



How did Amazon determine what activity to report?

Amazon uses the below information in your selling account to determine which transactions are reportable under the French Anti-Fraud Act:

· Seller Address, such as place of establishment, legal, or business address;

· Seller default ship from location;

· Ship from location or Amazon Fulfillment Center; and Ship to location.

It is the Sellers responsibility to keep their selling account information up to date.

Will the French Tax Authorities contact me?

As part of the French Anti-Fraud Act, Amazon is obligated to provide the French Tax Authority with your Name, Address, E-Mail address, and Tax Identification Number as it appears in your Selling on Amazon account. You can find the above information that Amazon reported on your Statement Related to France Activity. While Amazon is required to provide this information to the French Tax Authorities, it does not mean they will contact you. However, the French Tax Authorities may contact you at their discretion.



Amazon is committed to helping sellers, but we cannot advise on your tax situation and are unaware if the French Tax Authorities will contact you. If you are contacted by the French Tax Authorities, Amazon recommends discussing with your tax or legal advisor. If you do not have a tax or legal advisor, we have created a list of third-party tax advisors as a resource. To learn more, see Amazon solution provider network Help page. Amazon does not endorse the services of any tax advisor.

What information is included in this statement?

The statement contains a summary of Selling on Amazon activity reportable under the French Anti-Fraud Act and the following information from your Selling account:





Field Names and Definitions

1. Supplier Name is Amazon entity where the transaction occurred

2. Tax ID is EU VAT number, SIREN/SIRET, or US Employer Identification Number in your Selling account

3. Declared Status is Legal entity or Natural person operating in a professional capacity

4. Website is Amazon marketplace where the transaction occurred

5. Currency Code is Three-letter code associated with the currency used in each marketplace

6. Sales is Total amount of sales

7. Refund is Total amount of refunds

8. Net Sales is Sales (including gift wrap, shipping, and promotions) minus refunds

9. Transaction is Any monetary change event, such as a sale, or refund related to France:

• Ship to a French address; or

• Shipped from a French address; or

• Are established in France, such as having a French Business Address.

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