In Germany, the EU VAT number is called Umsatzsteuer-Identifikationsnummer, or USt.-ID for short. With this tax number, companies trading on the German market are able to pay domestic VAT (in German, Mehrwertsteuer, or MwSt.) to the local tax office in Germany.
If a foreign company sells products (including digital products or software) to private individuals in Germany and the resulting annual income in Germany exceeds EUR 100,000, then, according to European Union legislation, domestic (German) VAT is to be paid by the company in the given country.
If a company offers services in Germany or if its clientele is exclusively composed of other domestic companies, there is no need for VAT registration.
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