The Amazon VAT Transactions Report contains relevant information for VAT on transactions that occur in VAT Services on Amazon-subscribed countries. It includes details such as buyer shipments, buyer returns, buyer refunds, fulfillment center transfers, and inbound inventory movements on Amazon Fulfillment Network (AFN/FBA) and Merchant Fulfillment Network (MFN) channels.
You will see information about the following transactions for
AFN and MFN channels:
Please note that where both a refund is issued and the goods are physically returned to an Amazon fulfilment centre, all relevant transactions will be automatically reported in your Amazon VAT Transactions Report. There is no requirement for you to report these separately.
Reports are normally generated on the 4th of every month at 10:00 CET, however this might sometimes be subject to change. Any changes will be notified to you in advance by email.
The "Amazon VAT Transactions Report" will be available for you to download and review on the VAT Services on Amazon Provide Monthly Data page.
We recommend that you review the Amazon VAT Transaction Report each month, so that you can confirm the details of your Amazon transactions.
This report is auto-generated with the data provided in the Product Tax File, as well as any other relevant order details.
Please note that if you have Amazon sales or refunds in your Amazon VAT Transactions report, then you will be unable to make changes to the VAT calculations. This is because VAT invoices have been raised for these Amazon sales and refunds, and it is important for VAT purposes that the VAT declared on your VAT filings matches the VAT declared on your invoices. Learn more about how VAT calculations are performed on your Amazon sales and refunds. If there are sale or refund transactions in your Amazon VAT Transactions Report which require changes, please speak to your external tax advisor for assistance with how to report these changes in your Additional VAT Report.
However, you are able to make changes to some product information in the Amazon VAT Transactions Report by updating your product tax file and regenerating your VAT filings. See Product tax file for more information.
If any of your Amazon Sale or Refund transactions are not included in the Amazon VAT Transactions report, these transactions will be included in the Additional VAT Report. Learn more about why your transactions are included in the Additional VAT Report here.