Value-added Tax (VAT) for EU Customers

As a company headquartered within the European Union, we are obligated to charge a sales tax for orders of customers located within the European Union. The applicable tax rate (Value-added Tax or short VAT) depends on the location of that customer, as we have to collect their local tax rate and forward it to their tax authorities. For example, if a German customer buys a virtual server in Austria, we have to charge the German tax rate and forward that tax to the German tax authorities.

Thus, the applied tax rate (and the final net sum) depends on the country you are located in:

  • Austria: 20% VAT
  • Belgium: 21% VAT
  • Bulgaria: 20% VAT
  • Croatia: 25% VAT
  • Cyprus: 19% VAT
  • Czech Republic: 21% VAT
  • Denmark: 25% VAT
  • Estonia: 20% VAT
  • Finland: 24% VAT
  • France: 20% VAT
  • Germany: 19% VAT
  • Greece: 23% VAT
  • Hungary: 27% VAT
  • Ireland: 23% VAT
  • Italy: 22% VAT
  • Latvia: 21% VAT
  • Lithuania: 21% VAT
  • Luxembourg: 17% VAT
  • Malta: 18% VAT
  • Netherlands: 21% VAT
  • Poland: 23% VAT
  • Portugal: 23% VAT
  • Romania: 19% VAT
  • Slovakia: 20% VAT
  • Slovenia: 22% VAT
  • Spain: 21% VAT
  • Sweden: 25% VAT

In addition to the above list, local laws of the following countries also obligate us to collect taxes on revenues of their citizens:

  • United Kingdom: 20% VAT

No VAT will be applied for orders from customers outside the countries listed above.

(Above list might change over time as countries adopt their tax rates. The above list reflects the tax rates as of March 2021.)


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