For US Buyers:
State sales tax will be charged on applicable orders with a shipping destination in these states. This is not something Reverb put in place independently - all online marketplaces are required to follow these laws and is not something Reverb is able to opt-out of.
For more information, check out our page on Reverb Sales Tax Information and read how the precedent set by the South Dakota v Wayfair, Inc. Supreme Court decision changed taxes on remote sales.
For EU Buyers:
On July 1, 2021, Reverb began collecting import VAT on physical goods under €150 that are shipped to the EU from an outside country.
For items under €150, the Reverb listing price includes the import VAT amount, making it easy to understand how much you will pay for your item at a glance. This VAT is automatically collected from the buyer at the time of purchase, then sent to local tax authorities.
For UK Buyers:
As of January 1, 2021, Reverb is required to collect VAT from buyers on orders that meet the following criteria:
- The buyer is located in the UK.
- The goods are dispatched from outside the UK.
- The total value of the package (excluding delivery) is less than or equal to £135.
This is a requirement set by the UK's HMRC that applies to all online marketplaces. For more information, you can check out this article by our tax partner, Avalara.
For Australian Buyers:
Reverb is required to collect GST from buyers on orders that meet the following criteria:
- The buyer is located in Australia.
- The goods are dispatched from outside Australia.
- The total value of the package (excluding delivery) is less than or equal to $1,000 AUD.
For amounts higher than 1,000 AUD, GST and any other taxes may be charged and collected at the border.
Reverb doesn’t collect GST when the goods are located in Australia. After the buyer completes payment for their Reverb order, GST has been paid in full and no additional GST payments are required.