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        gathering feedback  ·  12 comments  ·  DigitalOcean  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
        Daniel commented  · 

        Companies outside the EU are not eligible for EU TAX rules. You should receive an invoice without tax from DO. Your local tax office can tell you how to handle on this. In most cases you need to add the VAT to your tax declaration yourself. For companies this means they do not have to pay anything. For private persons this means they need to pay the VAT to the local tax office. (Please ask your local tax office as the details are not the same in all EU countries)

        Therefor DO has no need to provide an (EU) VAT number on the invoices.

        The problem with invoices telling something else then your bank accounts states can be solved by booking it as transfer between accounts. See the credit as another bank account of yours, instead of a purchase wherefore you would require an invoice.

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