International VAT/GST UI

Use this UI to get an overview of your global sales.

There are 2 mains sections:

  • Customer Location map: A map displaying a global overview of transactions.
  • Taxation: Details per country. Provides an overview of important information about sales, threshold monitoring and so on.

Customer Location Map

This map shows you sales and what countries are enabled, disabled and without sales or not supported. You can also filter for Digital or Physical transactions.

Customer Location Map

Customer Location Map

The colors have the following meaning:

  • Green: The country is enabled and transactions have occurred there.
  • Red: The country is disabled.
  • Grey: The country is either not supported or has not been enabled in the Country settings. See Country Settings.

In addition, you can also filter for Digital or Physical goods using the dropdown.


Further down the UI, you can find the Taxation section:

Transaction  section

Transaction section

To view the detailed settings for a country, click on it.

The following fields are displayed for each region:

RegionThe region or country.
All salesThis amount gives an approximate amount of your total sales in this region. This information is also provided when you hover over a particular region in the customer location map.
Next filing dateVAT/GST filing deadline dates differ from country to country.
For example, in the European Union, it is 20 days after the end of each quarter while in Saudi Arabia VAT must be filed by the last day of the month following the end of the monthly tax period.
Threshold monitorSee Threshold Monitoring
Tax calculationFor countries in which you are using Advantage rather than Assure, you can enable tax calculation on a per-country basis, which will show in this column as either ENABLED or DISABLED. See Country Settings
SellerFor Vertex for e-Commerce, the seller is the merchant as indicated by MY COMPANY. For Taxamo Assure, the seller is Taxamo as indicated by TAXAMO.
Currency OwedUse this field to select the display currency. It defaults to the currency in which payment is owed.