Quaderno Checkout works with, so when one of your members makes a payment on your WordPress site, Quaderno will automatically apply the correct tax amount to the transaction and send a beautiful invoice.
MemberPress is a hugely popular software solution that helps to monetize and control data access on WordPress, the most popular blogging site on the Internet. It’s loved by its users because it lets them easily harness payments and memberships to the power of WordPress, with its ease of use, customizable appearance and functionality and vast ecosystem of plugins.
If you’re a MemberPress user, you’ll know all about the convenience and control it delivers. Now, with Quaderno Checkout, you can route payments through both tools and accept payments, send invoices and ensure VAT compliance for MemberPress.
Achieving VAT compliance in the EU isn’t as simple as it once was. In January 2015, new rules came into force across the EU. Aimed at forcing big companies to pay a fair rate of VAT across the EU, the new rules are a serious bind for small businesses because they require VAT to be paid to the country of the customer’s residence, not the country of the company’s registration. So you can’t register your company in Luxembourg and take advantage of their low taxation rate any more, but you also need to have two pieces of evidence showing where your customer is located, figure out compliance with 28 VAT regimes that charge 75 different VAT rates between them and keep the resulting confidential data securely for the next 10 years.
Or you could let Quaderno handle that for you. Along with invoicing, we also deliver the tax compliance membership software needs to operate in the EU and other countries around the world, leaving you free to pursue your business goals, not chase paper trails.
To see how it works, head over to Quaderno Checkout and the seamless payment experience.
Note: At Quaderno we love providing helpful information and best practices about taxes, but we are not certified tax advisors. For further help, or if you are ever in doubt, please consult a professional tax advisor or the Tax Agency.