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  1. As far as I know, yes. There aren't any other special rules about vouchers, shipping or handling.
  2. I think you should have a talk with your Tax Consultant and review the law you know. I strongly recommend you to discuss this issue into this forum, in Spanish: http://todoprestashop.com/foro/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2454&sid=2ca39d888ad00bfba2aa7842ab0aae7e Greetings, Tiendarium
  3. EN Residents in Canary,Ceuta and Melilla are VAT-exempt when buying by post (whatever the shipping agency is). Nobody has to pay any VAT. Sales to residents in Canary are not declared in the same form as the rest of your sales. I recommend you to ask your tax consultant. You can ask your doubts in the following thread: http://todoprestashop.com/foro/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2454&sid=2ca39d888ad00bfba2aa7842ab0aae7e ES Los residentes en Canarias, Ceuta y Melilla están exentos de pagar IVA en compras por correo (se realice el envío por "Correos, SA", SEUR, UPS o FEDEX). Logicamente nadie tiene que pagar ese IVA. Las ventas a residentes en Canarias no se declaran en el mismo formulario de IVA que las ventas en tu local. Te recomiendo que preguntes a tu asesor fiscal sobre este tema. Te invito a que participes en este hilo, donde podemos hablar del tema en profundidad: http://todoprestashop.com/foro/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2454&sid=2ca39d888ad00bfba2aa7842ab0aae7e
  4. EN Law differs when you're selling by post. Residents in Canary/Ceuta/Melilla must not pay VAT when buying in a Peninsula e-shop. Customs through shipping agency will charge the buyer the corresponding VAT when the shippmet is received. ES La cosa cambia cuando hablamos de venta por correo. Los residentes en Canarias, Ceuta y Melilla deben abonar a la tienda en la Península el importe sin IVA. Es la Aduana a través de la empresa de mesajería la que le cobra el impuesto correspondiente (IGIC/IPSI) cuando reciba el pedido.
  5. In Spain: - There is a personal ID number called DNI for spaniards, NIE for foreigner residents and CIF for companies and self-employees. In general, this ID number is called NIF, and is made out of a variable-length number plus a letter. NIF number and letter could be validable with a short script. NIF is necessary to send invoices to buyer, so it should be included as a customer field. - For invoicing, a checkbox with a text similar to "Invoicing for companies and self-employees" must be included in some cases, because seller could need to make a (variable)% deduction on the invoice. - Some fellows have suggested to ban selling certain goods to users under a minimun age (such as "airsoft" items). - There's a law regarding personal data protection called LOPD that can be accomplished without making any change to Prestashop's core. - The only modification I've found that should be made is that the buyer should check a checkbox (initially unchecked) to accept the "Terms of service" (translated as "Condiciones Generales de Venta") before sending his order. This checkbox exists, but sometimes is initially checked.
  6. In Spain we have: - 4 main VAT regions: ("Península", "Canarias", "Ceuta" and "Melilla"). - In "Península y Baleares" there're 3 main VAT types (called IVA): 4% IVA for basic goods, 7% IVA Reducido and 16% IVA General. They're going to be increased next year. - In "Canarias" there're 5 VAT types (called IGIC): 0% IGIC Tipo Cero, 2% IGIC Reducido, 5% IGIC General, 9% IGIC Incrementado and 13% IGIC Incrementado. However when shipping outside Canary Islands VAT is not applied when buyer pays for the order. Shipping agency must apply corresponding VAT when parcel is received by the buyer. - "Ceuta" and "Melilla" have got another set of VATs, but for shipping outside follows the same rules as Canary Islands. So regarding to Prestashop, it only must be taken into consideration that if an order is shipped from Iberian Peninsula or Baleares Islands to Canary Islands, Ceuta or Melilla VAT is "not paid". Also, a text like "Prices for Peninsula and Baleares. For Canary, Ceuta and Melilla buyer must pay local tax when item is received" must be included in every page.
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