hi, I'm going to start to sell on Amazon across the EU and I got a message from them asking me to provide my tax registration in Germany. I'm a UK registered business so if I sell on the Amazon.de site do I have have any German tax obligations like VAT? And what if I have Amazon FBA dispatching my goods, potentially from Germany? I'm confused by Amazon's wording "or a formal acknowledgment that they are not generating any taxable sales in Germany". What determines the location of a sale in the ecommerce universe? the domain? from where the goods are dispatched? Appreciate "no deal" Brexit is just around the corner but exclude that for the time being if you don't mind. Below is what Amazon have precisely asked: " German tax obligations 18 Jun 2019 Amazon must obtain a tax certificate from sellers who are required to be tax registered in Germany, or a formal acknowledgment that they are not generating any taxable sales in Germany, according to the amendments in the German VAT Code (Sec. 22f UStG). All sellers should take action now. If you are required to be German tax registered, upload your German tax certificate (F22). If you are not required to be German tax registered, you must acknowledge the declaration that you are not generating taxable sales in Germany. Sellers based outside of the European Economic Area who fail to comply will no longer be able to sell on amazon.de or to customers in Germany. Sellers based in a European Economic Area country (including Germany) must take action before October 1, 2019. To learn more about the legislation, see sample images of the correct documents required and review other FAQ, visit Comply with your new German tax obligations ."