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Old 13.02.2020, 19:02
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Re: any e commerce owners here for a chat ?

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yes .i will make an appointment
OK, I'll give you some starter tips.

You don't charge MwsT (VAT) to anyone until you can register for MwsT. And you can only do that if your sales are over 100,000 CHF in a year (or in some circumstances you can prove to the tax people that your sales will top 100,000 in the coming year).

Once registered for MwsT you can deduct the MwsT you pay on supplies and services against what you charge your customers, so it does bring your overheads down a little. And afterwards, in most cases you still don't charge MwsT to export customers.

But really, go and see an accountant, a few hundred chuffs spent now on getting your accounts set up properly could save you a lot of hassle later on.
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