"That will be $19, inclusive of VAT"
NOTE: If you aren't sure whether you need to charge VAT on ConvertKit Commerce purchases, check out our guide to understanding your VAT obligations. As for how to set up VAT collection in ConvertKit, visit our guide to collecting VAT for ConvertKit Commerce product purchases.
Once you've set up Value-Added Tax (VAT) collection in ConvertKit, you're all set to charge VAT whenever someone from the EU or UK buys your ConvertKit Commerce products or tips you using your Tip Jar!
Here's what happens when they do so:
The customer fills out their location on the checkout page
If the customer is located in a jurisdiction in which you are registered for VAT collection, your ConvertKit Commerce product's checkout page will display a Location field for the customer to provide their billing location.
The checkout page will also clarify that all prices are inclusive of VAT.
We determine the applicable VAT rate for the transaction
We'll use the following data points to determine the applicable VAT rate for the transaction:
The customer's billing location (as provided by the customer)
The customer's IP address
The customer's bank address
The customer receives a VAT-compliant receipt
When the transaction is complete, we'll send the customer a VAT-compliant receipt.
Among other things, the receipt will state:
Your registered business address
Your VAT registration number
The amount of VAT charged
The price breakdown
NOTE: If your receipts aren't showing either the amount of VAT charged or the price breakdown, check that:
You have enabled VAT collection for your ConvertKit account (this includes filling out your business address and the jurisdictions in which you've registered your business for tax collection)
The customer is from a jurisdiction in which you've registered your business for VAT collection
Learn more about collecting VAT for ConvertKit Commerce product purchases here 👇