Welcome to Amazon’s VAT Knowledge Centre

What is VAT?

Welcome to the Amazon VAT Knowledge Centre: a collection of resources to help support you with useful information about VAT, how it works across Europe, and whether it applies to your business.

VAT stands for Value Added Tax. It’s a tax that VAT-registered traders in the EU add to the price of the goods they sell, and pass on to the national tax authorities when they file their tax returns.

If you sell goods in any EU country, it’s likely you may be required to register for Value Added Tax (VAT) in each country you sell in.

Remember: it’s the responsibility of each Amazon seller to ensure they are VAT-compliant and you should seek professional advice if you are unsure of your obligations.

What can I do with a VAT number?

Automate your invoicing

Issue VAT invoices collected from your customers.

Claim money back

Claim money back on your business expenses as well as import VAT paid at the time goods are imported into the EU.

File VAT tax returns

Tell the tax authorities how much VAT you have collected and start claiming any VAT credit you may have accrued.

Find out if you need to register for VAT?

Tell us about your business so we can help you determine whether you need to register for VAT:
Which country do you plan to sell in? (select one)
Do you have an Amazon Seller Account? (select one)
New to Selling on Amazon
You indicated you do not already have a seller account on Amazon. Signing up for the monthly no-commitment plan allows sellers to reach tens of millions of shoppers on Amazon.co.uk and online in Europe. The monthly selling plan includes incredible benefits to help those just starting out and those looking to grow their business.
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In the United Kingdom
You need to register for VAT in the UK if:
  • You store goods in the UK; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in the UK; and
  • Your sales exceed the UK domestic VAT threshold of £85,000.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in the UK if:
  • You store your goods in the UK or
  • You sell to UK-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed the UK distance selling VAT threshold of £70,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in the UK if:
  • You sell goods that you store in the UK to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in the UK

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in the UK, submit an application form to the UK tax authorities. You can do this online on the HMRC (the UK tax authority) website ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:
  • File VAT tax returns - Tell HMRC how much VAT you have collected and start claiming any VAT credit you may have accrued.
  • Issue VAT invoices - where you show the VAT collected from customers
  • Claim money back on your business expenses - (as well as import VAT paid at the time goods are imported into the EU). See how to claim VAT back on business expenses for more information ›

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
Thanks for Selling on Amazon
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In the United Kingdom
You need to register for VAT in the UK if:
  • You store goods in the UK; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in the UK; and
  • Your sales exceed the UK domestic VAT threshold of £85,000.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in the UK if:
  • You store your goods in the UK or
  • You sell to UK-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed the UK distance selling VAT threshold of £70,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in the UK if:
  • You sell goods that you store in the UK to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in the UK

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in the UK, submit an application form to the UK tax authorities. You can do this online on the HMRC (the UK tax authority) website ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:
  • File VAT tax returns - Tell HMRC how much VAT you have collected and start claiming any VAT credit you may have accrued.
  • Issue VAT invoices - where you show the VAT collected from customers
  • Claim money back on your business expenses - (as well as import VAT paid at the time goods are imported into the EU). See how to claim VAT back on business expenses for more information ›

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
New to Selling on Amazon
You indicated you do not already have a seller account on Amazon. Signing up for the monthly no-commitment plan allows sellers to reach tens of millions of shoppers on Amazon.co.uk and online in Europe. The monthly selling plan includes incredible benefits to help those just starting out and those looking to grow their business.
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In Germany
You need to register for VAT in Germany if:
  • You store goods in the Germany; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in Germany; and
  • Your sales exceed the German domestic VAT threshold of €17,500.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in Germany if:
  • You store your goods in Germany or
  • You sell to German-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed Germany distance selling VAT threshold of €100,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in Germany if:
  • You sell goods that you store in Germany to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in Germany

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in Germany you are required to submit an application form to German tax authorities. Further information can be found at the BZSt, the German Federal Central Tax Office ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:
  • File VAT tax returns - Tell BZSt how much VAT you have collected and start claiming any VAT credit you may have accrued.
  • Issue VAT invoices - where you show the VAT collected from customers
  • Claim money back on your business expenses - (as well as import VAT paid at the time goods are imported into the EU). See how to claim VAT back on business expenses for more information ›

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
Thanks for Selling on Amazon
You indicated you already have a seller account on Amazon.
Helpful quick links (Seller Central login required):
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In Germany
You need to register for VAT in Germany if:
  • You store goods in the Germany; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in Germany; and
  • Your sales exceed the German domestic VAT threshold of €17,500.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in Germany if:
  • You store your goods in Germany or
  • You sell to German-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed Germany distance selling VAT threshold of €100,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in Germany if:
  • You sell goods that you store in Germany to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in Germany

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in Germany you are required to submit an application form to German tax authorities. Further information can be found at the BZSt, the German Federal Central Tax Office ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:
  • File VAT tax returns - Tell BZSt how much VAT you have collected and start claiming any VAT credit you may have accrued.
  • Issue VAT invoices - where you show the VAT collected from customers
  • Claim money back on your business expenses - (as well as import VAT paid at the time goods are imported into the EU). See how to claim VAT back on business expenses for more information ›

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
New to Selling on Amazon
You indicated you do not already have a seller account on Amazon. Signing up for the monthly no-commitment plan allows sellers to reach tens of millions of shoppers on Amazon.co.uk and online in Europe. The monthly selling plan includes incredible benefits to help those just starting out and those looking to grow their business.
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In France
You need to register for VAT in France if:
  • You store goods in France; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in France; and
  • Your sales exceed the French domestic VAT threshold of €82,200.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in France if:
  • You store your goods in France or
  • You sell to French-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed French distance selling VAT threshold of €35,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in France if:
  • You sell goods that you store in France to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in France

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in France you are required to submit an application form to French tax authorities. Further information can be found at the French Tax Administration official web page ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
Thanks for Selling on Amazon
You indicated you already have a seller account on Amazon. Please click here to login to your seller account.

Helpful quick links (Seller Central login required):
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How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In France
You need to register for VAT in France if:
  • You store goods in France; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in France; and
  • Your sales exceed the French domestic VAT threshold of €82,200.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in France if:
  • You store your goods in France or
  • You sell to French-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed French distance selling VAT threshold of €35,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in France if:
  • You sell goods that you store in France to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in France

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in France you are required to submit an application form to French tax authorities. Further information can be found at the French Tax Administration official web page ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
New to Selling on Amazon
You indicated you do not already have a seller account on Amazon. Signing up for the monthly no-commitment plan allows sellers to reach tens of millions of shoppers on Amazon.co.uk and online in Europe. The monthly selling plan includes incredible benefits to help those just starting out and those looking to grow their business.
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In Italy
You need to register for VAT in Italy if:
  • You store goods in the Italy; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in Italy; and
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in Italy if:
  • You store your goods in Italy or
  • You sell to Italian-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed Italian distance selling VAT threshold of €35,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in Italy if:
  • You sell goods that you store in Italy to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in Italy

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in Italy you are required to submit an application form to Italian tax authorities. Further information can be found at the Italian Tax Administration official web page ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
Thanks for Selling on Amazon
You indicated you already have a seller account on Amazon.
Helpful quick links (Seller Central login required):
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In Italy
You need to register for VAT in Italy if:
  • You store goods in the Italy; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in Italy; and
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in Italy if:
  • You store your goods in Italy or
  • You sell to Italian-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed Italian distance selling VAT threshold of €35,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in Italy if:
  • You sell goods that you store in Italy to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in Italy

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in Italy you are required to submit an application form to Italian tax authorities. Further information can be found at the Italian Tax Administration official web page ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:

Option 2: Let Amazon help

Free VAT Registration and Filings*
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
New to Selling on Amazon
You indicated you do not already have a seller account on Amazon. Signing up for the monthly no-commitment plan allows sellers to reach tens of millions of shoppers on Amazon.co.uk and online in Europe. The monthly selling plan includes incredible benefits to help those just starting out and those looking to grow their business.
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In Spain
You need to register for VAT in Spain if:
  • You store goods in Spain; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in Spain
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in Spain if:
  • You store your goods in Spain or
  • You sell to Spanish-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed Spain distance selling VAT threshold of €35,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in Spain if:
  • You sell goods that you store in Spain to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in Spain

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in Spain you are required to submit an application form to Italian tax authorities. Further information can be found at the Spanish Tax Administration official web page ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:

Option 2: Let Amazon help

VAT Services on Amazon
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
Thanks for Selling on Amazon
You indicated you already have a seller account on Amazon.
Helpful quick links (Seller Central login required):
How do I know if I need to register for VAT in the EU?
The below information will help with understanding your potential VAT obligations, whether you need to register for VAT in an EU member state depends on the way you conduct your business. The key factors that determine if you have an obligation to register for VAT are: your business’ country of establishment, the location of your inventory, and your level of sales (read more about the ‘VAT thresholds’ in EU countries).

We’ve partnered with tax advisory firm KPMG to put together a simple test to help you work out if you need to register for VAT. Take the test now ›
Where is your business established?
In Spain
You need to register for VAT in Spain if:
  • You store goods in Spain; and
  • You sell them to consumers based in Spain
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.
In a different EU Country
You need to register for VAT in Spain if:
  • You store your goods in Spain or
  • You sell to Spanish-based consumers (non-business); and
  • Your sales exceed Spain distance selling VAT threshold of €35,000.
Outside the EU
You need to register for VAT in Spain if:
  • You sell goods that you store in Spain to customers based in the EU.
You may also need to register for VAT separately in other EU countries if:
  • You sell goods to consumers in other EU countries.

How to register for VAT in Spain

Option 1: File on your own
Once you have established you need to register for VAT in Spain you are required to submit an application form to Italian tax authorities. Further information can be found at the Spanish Tax Administration official web page ›

At the end of the VAT registration process you will be provided with a VAT number. You can use this to:

Option 2: Let Amazon help

VAT Services on Amazon
VAT Services on Amazon is a convenient and cost-effective solution for handling your VAT registration and filing requirements directly from Seller Central. You are invited to use VAT Services on Amazon free for the first year of subscription to handle your VAT Registrations and Filings. Learn more about VAT Services on Amazon ›
* Terms and conditions for free one-year subscription to VAT Services on Amazon
If you have questions about your VAT compliance and obligations, it’s always best to seek professional advice.
Note: Goods which are imported into the EU are subject to Customs duty and Import VAT.
How VAT works examples

How VAT works in Europe: Steve’s case study

Steve is importing headphones from India (a non-EU country) and plans to sell them in the UK. To do this, Steve must present the imported products to customs so that he can pay all the necessary taxes, including VAT and, in some cases, import duty.

How to claim VAT back on business expenses

If you’re VAT registered, you may be able to claim back the VAT that you have paid on business expenses. In this example we illustrate how small business owner Hillary claims back the VAT she pays whenever she incurs business expenses.

Hear what Sellers are saying about VAT

“When we first looked at the Pan-European FBA option we realised we’d need to register for VAT in each of the countries that we were going to be holding stock in. The VAT registration wasn’t a particularly onerous task for us, though – it’s just a matter of a bit of extra paperwork once a quarter.”
Zamir Cajee, CEO
iQualTech

More Resources

VAT does not have to be complicated. Here are some resources to help you deal with assessing and managing your VAT obligations.
EU tax authorities:
France DGFiP
France - If you operate from or carry out transactions with France, your selling on Amazon activity could be subject to both French taxes and social security contributions.
This is an official website of the French tax administration (Direction générale des finances publiques, DGFiP). It provides information on certain potential French tax obligations.
This is an official website of the French social security protection system (Sécurité sociale). This page provides information on certain potential French social security obligations.
Note: Information on this page does not constitute tax, legal, or other professional advice and must not be used as such.