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How to pay Swiss import tax without the German tax included

We are buying some electric flooring from Germany (Warmup) at the cost of 3200Euro total amount (including German VAT)
We will have it shipped to our postal address in Waldshut (they won't ship to CH)

When we bring it over the border we will declare it, and then pay the Swiss tax.

Is there a way of refunding the German Tax, and also a way of not paying the Swiss Tax on the German Tax?

I have read that I can request 2 separate receipts (goods & tax) would this be enough not to have the German Tax included?

Thanks for any advice.
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Re: How to pay Swiss import tax without the German tax included

On the German side of the border, you present the MWST refund form and get them to stamp it. Then send it to the seller, who should then refund you the MWST.

On the Swiss side, they should deduct German MWST before applying Swiss MWST. That's how it worked when I've done it - sometimes I've had to point out that they should do that.
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Re: How to pay Swiss import tax without the German tax included

For import on the Swiss side from Swiss customs read https://www.ezv.admin.ch/ezv/en/home...le-to-vat.html There you will find the following:
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The assessment basis is generally the consideration payable or paid for the goods in question. This also applies for goods purchased online that are picked up abroad. The invoice, receipt or contract of sale forms the basis. Otherwise the market value is taxed, e.g. in the case of gifts. The market value refers to the sum a third party would have had to pay to buy the item. Foreign VAT is not part of the assessment basis, provided it is shown separately by the supplier on the invoice, receipt or contract of sale.
https://www.ezv.admin.ch/ezv/en/home...le-to-vat.html

For export on the German side from German Customs read http://www.zoll.de/EN/Private-indivi...ping_node.html

Important: Repayment of German VAT is through the seller. The repayment of VAT after export is purely optional and there is no entitlement to it! The seller might also use a third party handler for repayment such as Global Blue. Check before you order if and how the seller will reimburse the German VAT. The invoice must have the Swiss address and the name of the person which will export the goods on it.
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Is this electric underfloor heating mats?

If so, we were told by our builder that this is now illegal to install.
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Is this electric underfloor heating mats?

If so, we were told by our builder that this is now illegal to install.
This was mentioned before to me in this post:

ideas on how to remove under flooring?

and I found this info, which I assumed was ok for the underfloor heating.

https://www.hev-zh.ch/wohnen/bauen/h...lektroheizung/

The electric heating mats are also sold in Baushaus.

Where can I find the official information on this? the above link was all I was able to find...
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Where can I find the official information on this? the above link was all I was able to find...
https://awel.zh.ch/dam/baudirektion/...riften_mpg.pdf
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For export on the German side from German Customs read http://www.zoll.de/EN/Private-indivi...ping_node.html

Important: Repayment of German VAT is through the seller. The repayment of VAT after export is purely optional and there is no entitlement to it! The seller might also use a third party handler for repayment such as Global Blue. Check before you order if and how the seller will reimburse the German VAT. The invoice must have the Swiss address and the name of the person which will export the goods on it.
This means that they WILL have to pay the German VAT. Because it is NOT an export as they won't send it to Switzerland. From how I understand it they must pay BOTH the German and the Swiss VAT with the Chosen Option. Which most probably makes it not an attractive one...
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This means that they WILL have to pay the German VAT. Because it is NOT an export as they won't send it to Switzerland. From how I understand it they must pay BOTH the German and the Swiss VAT with the Chosen Option. Which most probably makes it not an attractive one...
Not a problem what so ever when the part which I highlighted in bold is fulfilled. Been there done that, got VAT reimbursed many times.

Now, I made an effort to dig out the English version of the German customs information. Looks like it is missing some parts which are only mentioned in the German version:

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Es ist unschädlich, wenn der Kaufvertrag zeitlich vor der Einreise in die Bundesrepublik Deutschland geschlossen worden ist (z.B. bei online-Bestellungen). Entscheidend ist, dass der Liefergegenstand ausschließlich vom Käufer bzw. Abnehmer bei der Ausfuhr in seinem persönlichen Reisegepäck befördert wird.

Dies gilt auch, wenn die online bestellte Ware vor Abholung versandt wird (z.B. an eine Packstation). In diesen Fällen wird die Rechnung bei Vorliegen aller Voraussetzungen als Ausfuhrnachweis mit einem Dienststempelabdruck (EG-Dienstsiegel) versehen, der den Namen der Zollstelle und das Datum enthält. Aus der Rechnung muss sich dabei insbesondere ergeben, dass Sie als Adressat Ihren Wohnsitz in einem Nicht-EU-Mitgliedstaat haben.
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This means that they WILL have to pay the German VAT. Because it is NOT an export as they won't send it to Switzerland. From how I understand it they must pay BOTH the German and the Swiss VAT with the Chosen Option. Which most probably makes it not an attractive one...
Home address and initial delivery address don't have to be equal. And they can simply get back the German VAT if the store offers that service.
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Re: How to pay Swiss import tax without the German tax included

The only way you can get your German Tax back is if your invoice states a foreign address outside of the EU... you then go to the german border people, show your foreign ID with proof of address and get your stamp for a VAT refund.

Maybe you can ask the seller to reissue you an new invoice with your swiss address? (ie ship to address different from invoice address)

In a recent experience I had changing tyres in Germany, I was suprised that I could claim tax back on the service of changing tyres even though obviously the work took place on german soil, just because my invoice was to a swiss address.
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The only way you can get your German Tax back is if your invoice states a foreign address outside of the EU... you then go to the german border people, show your foreign ID with proof of address and get your stamp for a VAT refund.

Maybe you can ask the seller to reissue you an new invoice with your swiss address? (ie ship to address different from invoice address)

In a recent experience I had changing tyres in Germany, I was suprised that I could claim tax back on the service of changing tyres even though obviously the work took place on german soil, just because my invoice was to a swiss address.
Grab a pen, write your address on it by hand, have the same name and all will be fine, no new invoice needed.

Just like we do with a lot of cash receipts from German stores that have no name or address on them at all.
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The only way you can get your German Tax back is if your invoice states a foreign address outside of the EU... you then go to the german border people, show your foreign ID with proof of address and get your stamp for a VAT refund.

Maybe you can ask the seller to reissue you an new invoice with your swiss address? (ie ship to address different from invoice address)
Not only address must be correct but also the name of the person requesting the export stamp must be correct.

Also got a set of new winter tires mounted (It is important that they get mounted on the car, otherwise you can NOT get back the VAT). Unfortunately, they used the GFs name as in the cars gray card on the invoice. German custom denied the stamp and I had to go back to the garage to get the name on the invoice changed to mine. This was not as easy as thought as the poor gal at the reception desk did not have the right privileges to do this in the computer system. The name was than changed by hand, and the change stamped and signed by her. All what matters in the end was that German customs was happy, stamped the form and I got VAT reimbursed at next visit to the garage.
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Also got a set of new winter tires mounted (It is important that they get mounted on the car, otherwise you can NOT get back the VAT)
This is only true in Germany.

In Italy, only UNMOUNTED parts are eligible for VAT refund!

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Grab a pen, write your address on it by hand, have the same name and all will be fine, no new invoice needed.

Just like we do with a lot of cash receipts from German stores that have no name or address on them at all.
Or print an Ausfuhrschein http://www.zoll.de/SharedDocs/Downlo...cationFile&v=2 beforehand, bring a stapler along and attach the invoice to it. Most packet shops have Ausfuhrscheine and stapler at your disposal.

An Ausfuhrschein is not needed and the invoice itself is good enough if it has all the relevant Information on it. As explained in this official document:
https://www.bundesfinanzministerium....cationFile&v=3


If you order stuff from Amazon (Amazon itself, not an Amazon Market Place dealer) you will have to print the invoice at home (as the package will have no invoice, but only a delivery note which lacks important information), get it stamped, and then you can send the stamped invoice pack to Amazon for refund. If you are a law abiding citizen, and have to pay Swiss VAT on import I suggest to print two invoices. One to be stamped by the Germans for VAT refund, and one to be stamped by the Swiss as a proof you paid Swiss VAT for you to keep.
https://www.amazon.de/gp/help/custom...deId=201999220
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Not only address must be correct but also the name of the person requesting the export stamp must be correct.

Also got a set of new winter tires mounted (It is important that they get mounted on the car, otherwise you can NOT get back the VAT). Unfortunately, they used the GFs name as in the cars gray card on the invoice. German custom denied the stamp and I had to go back to the garage to get the name on the invoice changed to mine. This was not as easy as thought as the poor gal at the reception desk did not have the right privileges to do this in the computer system. The name was than changed by hand, and the change stamped and signed by her. All what matters in the end was that German customs was happy, stamped the form and I got VAT reimbursed at next visit to the garage.
I don't understand this "name on invoice discussion"? If I buy a piece of clothing in the EU, I can have the invoice stamped at the border and send it back to the store for reimbursement if the store offers the service. At the border, they can request me to show the physical goods and proof of residence but then otherwise stamp the invoice. The invoice does not show my address in CH of course.

Whether the store is willing to reimburse to you the German VAT against an invoice stamped by the border police is purely down to the company to decide as they are not obliged to offer VAT returns as was already mentioned before in this thread. Some stores also requires an "export" invoice which contains your CH address (created by the stores themselves), but not all. And this is purely for the sake of the store and not the border police.
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This is only true in Germany.

In Italy, only UNMOUNTED parts are eligible for VAT refund!

Tom
I still think that is not true and should be the same in Italy: Loose, non mounted, spare parts for transport vehicles are not eligible for VAT refund whereas when you mount them it is possible. It is AFAIK based on an EU rule.

Or do you have by chance a pointer to an official Italian source?
Your Italian is way better, but if not mistaken it should be mentioned in one of those documents.
https://www.agenziaentrate.gov.it/wp...?page=rimborsi

Found the EU rule and the corresponding loophole: COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 2006/112/EC, Article 146
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(b) the supply of goods dispatched or transported to a destination outside the Community by or on behalf of a customer not established within their respective territory, with the exception of goods transported by the customer himself for the equipping, fuelling and provisioning of pleasure boats and private aircraft or any other means of transport for private use
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(d) the supply of services consisting in work on movable property acquired or imported for the purpose of undergoing such work within the Community, and dispatched or transported out of the Community by the supplier, by the customer if not established within their respective territory or on behalf of either of them;
https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-cont...LEX:32006L0112

Looks like your Italian parts seller is either not aware of the actual law, Italian VAT law does not follow EU rule, or the dealer does some creative bookkeeping.
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I don't understand this "name on invoice discussion"? If I buy a piece of clothing in the EU, I can have the invoice stamped at the border and send it back to the store for reimbursement if the store offers the service. At the border, they can request me to show the physical goods and proof of residence but then otherwise stamp the invoice. The invoice does not show my address in CH of course.
If the store receipt does not have your address on it you either attach an Ausfuhrschein do it wich will have your address and passport/ID number on it. Or you squiggle, as mentioned by EdwinNL, the address plus passport/ID number directly on the invoice store receipt. Some stores like H&M CAN print receipts with extra space upon request. Without your foreign address German customs will not stamp your receipt. If there is already a buyers address on the invoice German customs will also not stamp it if: The name does not match the presented ID or the address is not outside the EU.

Unlike a store receipt an invoice must have the the name of the customer buying the goods or service on it. https://www.stuttgart.ihk24.de/Fuer-...hnungen/684834

Changing a customer address or name on an invoice by anyone else than the seller which produced the invoice can be see as falsification of documents according § 267 of the German StGB!

In conclusion: If you get an invoice instead of a receipt check that name and address are correct and match those who will export the goods. On import side it does not mater, anyone can import it.
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Looks like your Italian parts seller is either not aware of the actual law, Italian VAT law does not follow EU rule, or the dealer does some creative bookkeeping.
Both the dealers and customs guys have told me the same, and I have been buying parts in Italy for nearly 30 years.

The customs guys even count the parts to make sure that you haven't mounted them.

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I don't understand this "name on invoice discussion"? If I buy a piece of clothing in the EU, I can have the invoice stamped at the border and send it back to the store for reimbursement if the store offers the service. At the border, they can request me to show the physical goods and proof of residence but then otherwise stamp the invoice. The invoice does not show my address in CH of course.

Whether the store is willing to reimburse to you the German VAT against an invoice stamped by the border police is purely down to the company to decide as they are not obliged to offer VAT returns as was already mentioned before in this thread. Some stores also requires an "export" invoice which contains your CH address (created by the stores themselves), but not all. And this is purely for the sake of the store and not the border police.
For bookkeeping/legal reasons:

Stores need to keep track of to whom they reimburse VAT.
Governments should be able to verify this if wanted.
Border patrols can ask for verification of ownership.

I up to now always had either my data on the receipts, or had to write it on it at that instant before receiving a stamp.
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We are buying some electric flooring from Germany (Warmup) at the cost of 3200Euro total amount (including German VAT)
We will have it shipped to our postal address in Waldshut (they won't ship to CH)

When we bring it over the border we will declare it, and then pay the Swiss tax.

Is there a way of refunding the German Tax, and also a way of not paying the Swiss Tax on the German Tax?

I have read that I can request 2 separate receipts (goods & tax) would this be enough not to have the German Tax included?

Thanks for any advice.
We are talking about 500 EUR. If they won't return the VAT, I would go to someone else who does. But you have to negotiate it in advance.

Also check the export procedure. As far as I remember, if something is more than a certain amount (3000 EUR?), you need to use a system called ATLAS, which is only accessed by some companies.
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