As a merchant, you might need to charge taxes on your sales, and then report and remit those taxes to the tax authorities in the territories where you sell your products.
Default tax rate applicable to the sales you make is 0% (VAT, GST, Sales tax, or similar). However, you can set up the taxes you want to charge.
It's your responsibility to make sure that you charge your customers the correct taxes, and map the corresponding tax rates in your vendor's tax profile.
Failing to do so will result in having a 0% tax rate applied to all your transactions. Tax laws and regulations are complex and can change often. You can override your tax rates any time to address any tax laws amendments and situations that may apply to you.
UiPath Marketplace will not file or remit your sales taxes on your behalf.
You might need to register your business with your local or federal tax authority to handle the taxes applicable to your sales.
You should always check with a local tax authority or a consultant to make sure that you charge your customers the correct taxes, and to make sure you file and remit the taxes correctly.
This guide is for merchants who sell outside of the United States.
Many countries charge taxes based on the customer location, which means that you charge tax at the rate defined in the region where your customer is located. If you're not sure about these details, then consult with a tax expert.
Steps to set up the tax rates to be applied to your sales, according to the territory where your customer is located:
- From the Publisher Account menu, go to Taxes.
- In the Tax rates section, click on Add tax rate.
- Select the tax jurisdiction for which you want to declare the tax rates.
- In the B2B Tax Rate field insert the tax rate which will be applied to the transactions between you and a legal entity.
- In the B2C Tax Rate field insert the tax rate which will be applied to the transactions between you and an individual consumer.
- Click Save.
Tax rates percentages don't apply retroactively on transactions already confirmed.
Updated about a month ago