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Refund on Input tax (Voorbelasting)



I am providing services to companies outside EU, which means I am not billing any VAT and I have 0 output VAT.


Is this considered as a VAT exempt and I don't have right to claim Input VAT (Voorbelasting)? or I am still allowed to ask for a refund considering this as a taxable activity, but maybe only in the customer country?


Thanks a lot for your help!

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VAT exempt is the English term for goods that are taxable but not in that situation. So than you can still get refund on (associated) costs.

When goods are VAT out of scope then you can also not get a refund.







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Should I understand by this that I can claim VAT refund in my situation? (I am providing services which are normally taxable if provided in The Netherlands, but since my customers are outside EU, I don't bill VAT)


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