Donations of unsold non-food products are now VAT exemptThursday, 14 March 2019 14:42
Currently, a vendor must pay VAT when he donates unsold products for charitable purposes. He does not pay VAT, however, if he destroys the goods.
According to Comeos (Belgian federation of trade and services), it is estimated that there are 100 million euros worth of unsold goods in Belgium annually.
"These are often goods that people in need cannot afford, but which would significantly improve their quality of life, such as cosmetics, cleaning products, games and school supplies," the organization added.
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