If you want to send invoices to clients in another EU member state, Lano makes it easy to use the reverse charge procedure on your invoices.

You need to use the reverse charge procedure whenever you include VAT on invoices to clients in another EU member state, because business between member states of the European Union is regulated under European tax law. This means that the recipient of a VAT invoice must declare and pay tax for it in their country of residence and you in turn don't have to pay VAT in your home country,

To use the reverse charge procedure on your Lano invoices, go to Home > Invoices and create a new quick invoice.

After creating a new quick invoice, you can now set the VAT rate to 0%.

In addition to that, you can also include a text field at the end of your invoice to mention the use of the reverse charge procedure.

Please keep in mind that your invoices must always meet your country's legal standards.

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